British Faeland, 1921. Prior to hostilities culminating in independence.
The Dominion of Faeland (colloquially known as The Demesne), was administered in three parts.
- The Kingdom of Faeland (red) was in personal union with the rest of Great Britain.
- The Duchy of Faeland (orange) existed as an extraterritorial fief of the Kingdom of Great Britain and was nominally administered from Althóan, although most government offices were located in New Norwich.
- The remainder of the island was administered as the Crown Colony of Faeland (blue) from Althóan by a Royal Governor, who was often absentee in London.
Although Britain's dominion was island-wide, tangible authority rarely extended outside the Kingdom, Duchy and colony. In particular were the regions of Valaduria and the Latin Coast (yellow), called by the British the Valadurian March and British Rumania, respectively.
Irish immigrants migrated to the Dhiall (green hatchings) beginning in the 1840s. Although not politically independent, their presence in the colony exacerbated already strained relations between the locals and the colonial government.
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