St Olaf

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Kingdom of St Olaf
Kingeiket St Olav
Flag of St Olaf
Motto: ...but Mr. Bigbotter didn't approve...
Anthem: Back in St Olaf...
Location of St Olaf in Internatia.
Location of St Olaf in Internatia.
and largest city
Official languagesOlaf Minnesotan
Recognised regional languages
  • Norwegian (Bokmål)
  • English
  • Danish
  • Shetland Norn
DemonymOlaf Minnesotan
GovernmentUnitary absolute monarchy
• Monarch
Queen Astrid I
• Crown Princess
Princess Cathrine
• Monarchy established
January 31st, 1923
• Republic declared
September 3rd, 1960
• Monarchy reinstated
May 31st, 2014
• Total
189,579 km2 (73,197 sq mi) (18th)
• 2014 census
• Density
39/km2 (101.0/sq mi)
CurrencyOlaf Minnesotan bull-duck (OMB)
Date formatyyyy\mm\dd
Drives on theright
Calling code1985
Internet TLD.ov

St Olaf, officially the Kingdom of St Olaf, is a unitary absolute monarchy in Internatia. It borders DimkaRUS to the west, Yazminia and Pen Island to the North and Aonach to the south. It also has direct maritime borders with its constituent countries overseas.

Provinces of St Olaf[edit | edit source]

Flag Province Capital Largest city Area
Population 13-07-2014 Density
(per km²)
Flag of Iceland - 1914 Proposal.svg Benedikt Gafloofen Gafloofen 35,312 2,654,375 75
Flag of Libya (1977-2011).svg Daldukkene Skyspraenge Skaarsvik 19,135 1,062,494 56
Kongeflagg.svg Helyendal Groenvej Tyskby 94,390 180,282 2
Flag of Minnesota.svg Minnesota Haakonsby Haakonsby 26,164 2,342,510 90
Flag of Finnish yacht clubs.svg Wenstewoynbane Sindsro Sindsro 6,124 460,292 75
Proposed German National Flag 1948.svg Yuleyn Bjergomraade Bjergomraade 7,654 575,371 75
Total 188,779 7,275,324 39

Constituent countries of St Olaf[edit | edit source]

Flag Territory Capital Largest city Area
Population 13-07-2014 Density
(per km²)
Flag of St Olaf.png St Olaf Gafloofen Gafloofen 188,779 7,275,324 39
Flag of the Kalmar Union.svg Olaftarian Minnesota
(administrative division)
Helligsogn Helligsogn 80 30,551 382
Flag of St Lorde.png St Lorde
(administrative division)
St Lorde St Lorde 0.026 113
Flag of Ambapahlawan.png Ambapahlawan East Desangutuk East Desangutuk 2,543,578
Flag of Prawan.png Prawan West Desangutuk Kayakutha 20,431,467
Flag of Roseau (St Olaf).png Roseau Keljda Keljda 6,876 393,514 57
Flag of Skiippagurra.png Skiippagurra Hovedøenlandsby Hovedøenlandsby 275,342
Flag of St Gustav.png St Gustav Toboggan Toboggan 13,487 1,034,397 77
Flag of Wasichana.png Wasichana Mjimashoga Mjimashoga 11,467,121
Total 43,451,407

List of heads of state[edit | edit source]

Name Title Political party Took office Left office Duration
1 King Haakon I Monarch n/a January 31st, 1923 September 21st, 1957 12,652 days
2 King Olav I Monarch n/a September 21st, 1957 September 3rd, 1960 1078 days
3 Carl Bjoerklund President Independent September 3rd, 1960 August 4th, 1966 2161 days
4 Virginia Flaaten President Hoeje August 4th, 1966 August 22nd, 1971 1844 days
5 Oliver Otterlei President Cente pati August 22nd, 1971 August 1st, 1981 3632 days
6 Arla Gjertsen President Kistendemokatene August 1st, 1981 August 6th, 1986 1831 days
7 Micheal Aasboo President Abejdespati August 6th, 1986 August 22nd, 1991 1842 days
8 Ramon Westgaard President Abejdespati August 22nd, 1991 August 17th, 1996 1822 days
9 Laura Claussen President Abejdespati August 17th, 1996 September 2nd, 2006 3668 days
10 Robert Harnes President Hoeje September 2nd, 2006 August 21st, 2011 1814 days
11 Elba Langemyr President Cente pati August 21st, 2011 January 23rd, 2013 521 days
12 Elizabeth Hem President Cente pati January 23rd, 2013 May 31st, 2014 493 days
13 Queen Astrid I Monarch n/a May 31st, 2014
Historical population

National anthem of St Olaf[edit | edit source]

The national anthem of St. Olaf, titled “Back in St Olaf” was written by Ramon Hokstad on January 24th, 1900 after the Illuminated Winter Uprising on the night of December 31st, 1899. It was first published by way of pamphlet on June 17th, 1900. Kevin Forsmo composed the anthem by order of King Haakon I in 1923. The anthem got its premiere on December 31st, 1924 for the 25th anniversary of the uprising. The piece had however been used under an alternative composition by workers since 1905.

The anthem has become a song of unity with all parishes and communities of St. Olaf and due to its patriotic, unpolitical sentiments has remained the national anthem during the monarchical and presidential eras.

Tilbaye i Sankt Ǫlav, hwǫ lysene e lyse
Jey skinne min fakkel yennem natten
Mit vlay winke i stjenehimmel
Det bǫelye vǫ miy, vǫ diy, ǫy det winke hǫej

Jey elske diy, mit land
Vǫ diy jey ha kaempet vǫ diy, at jey e dǫede
Jey vǫlade je aldiy ude av syne
Sankt Ǫlav, e, hwǫ mit lys skinne lys

Olaf Minnesotan language[edit | edit source]

Olaf Minnesotan (Ǫlav Minnesǫtansq) is a North Germanic language spoken primarily in St Olaf, where it is the official language. It is a daughter language of Danish.

Together with the Scandinavian languages as well as Faroese, Icelandic and some extinct languages it constitutes the North Germanic languages.

It evolved from Danish in the 19th century after the Olaftarian socially transgressive minority of Skjærhalden went to form its own society, ultimately forming the State of St Olaf in 1923. The first traces of the linguistic shape shift are found in the Olaftarian Order of Independence of 1878, in which the Olaf Minnesotans claimed land of current-day Aonach as its own.

"Wi swaeye pea et ban av ved, som wi skal eǫbe, hwad de e wǫes hǫejtideliyt. I det yǫde, det bede ǫy vǫvaedeliye. Wi skal kaempe vǫ at avslutte uetvaediyhed, sǫm wǫes bedstevaede hawde adwaet ǫs. Sej skal wae’e wǫes." - Alan Tangerud, Olaftarian Order of Independence, 1878.
Translation: We do solemnly swear upon the child of peace that we shall conquer what is ours. In the good, the better and awful. We shall fight to end the injustice of which our grandfathers had warned us. Victory shall be ours.

On 1 August 2014 the letter o was officially replaced with the ǫ, becoming true to its actual pronunciation in Olaf Minnesotan phonology.

Flag of St Olaf[edit | edit source]

St Olaf
Flag of Norway 1814–1821.png
Use Civil and state flag and civil ensign Civil and state flag, civil ensign
Proportion 28:34 to 28:37
Adopted 31 May 2014
Design A red field charged with a white cross extending to the edges; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side. The Standard of the Monarch of St Olaf appears on the upper-left side. Dimensions: 3:1:3 width / 3:1:4.5 to 3:1:5.25 length.

The Flag of St Olaf (Olaf Minnesotan: Kingensbanne/Dǫnninyensbanne) is red with a white Scandinavian cross that extends to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side. The Standard of the Monarch of St Olaf appears on the upper-left side. The cross design, which represents Christianity.

The flag became the flag of the Olaftarian socially transgressive minority of Skjærhalden and represented the loyalty to the Danish-Norwegian personal union in the 19th century. The same flag was used as the nation's official flag from 1923 to 1960 as the country was led by King Haakon I and King Olav I. More recently the flag became a symbol to monarchists in the former Republic of St. Olaf. It was subsequently used to reestablish the monarchy in St Olaf, placing the nation under the reign of Queen Astrid I on May 31st, 2014.