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Jan Mayen IslandEdit

It was not nuked, but Norway was badly damaged in the war.

Norway was deprived of it's Finnmark region, the town of Longyearbyen, Årland village in Austevoll municipality in Hordaland county, Trondheim, Bergen, Tromsø and Jan Mayen Island. The strategic Kirkenes was nuked weith a 10kt tactical artillery shell. Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen, Tromsø, Narvik and Longyearbyen were conventionally bombed and badly damage, but they were mostly repaired by 1987. Kirkenes is still mostly in ruins and the biggest intact building is a interdenominational church that was erected in 1997. The captured lands fell back under Norwegen rule in 1972 as the devastated USSR imploded in to chaos, starvation, Baltic nationalism and anti-communist riots.

  1. Name - Jan Mayen Island.
  2. Language - N\A
  3. Capital - N\A
  4. Population - 12 troopers in Viking Camp.
  5. Religion - N\A

It was annexed by the USSR a few days after the war, but Norway took it back a month after that. The 17 Soviets marines gave up an surrendered after they found out what had happened to their homeland.

Peter I IslandEdit

It was not nuked, but Norway was badly damaged in the war.

Norway was deprived of it's Finnmark region, the town of Longyearbyen, Årland village in Austevoll municipality in Hordaland county, Trondheim, Bergen, Tromsø and Jan Mayen Island. The strategic Kirkenes was nuked weith a 10kt tactical artillery shell. Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen, Tromsø, Narvik and Longyearbyen were conventionally bombed and badly damage, but they were mostly repaired by 1987. Kirkenes is still mostly in ruins and the biggest intact building is a interdenominational church that was erected in 1997. The captured lands fell back under Norwegen rule in 1972 and the devastated USSR imploded in to chaos, starvation, Baltic nationalisum and anti-communist riots.

  1. Name - Peter I Island.
  2. Language - N\A.
  3. Capital - N\A.
  4. Population - 0.
  5. Religion - N\A.

Bouvet IslandEdit

It was not nuked, but Norway was badly damaged in the war.

Norway was deprived of it's Finnmark region, the town of Longyearbyen, Årland village in Austevoll municipality in Hordaland county, Trondheim, Bergen, Tromsø and Jan Mayen Island. The strategic Kirkenes was nuked weith a 10kt tactical artillery shell. Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen, Tromsø, Narvik and Longyearbyen were conventionally bombed and badly damage, but they were mostly repaired by 1987. Kirkenes is still mostly in ruins and the biggest intact building is a interdenominational church that was erected in 1997. The captured lands fell back under Norwegian rule in 1972 as the devastated USSR imploded in to chaos, starvation, Baltic nationalism and anti-communist riots.

  1. Name - Bouvet Island.
  2. Language - N\A.
  3. Capital - N\A.
  4. Population - 0.
  5. Religion - N\A.

It was visited by S. Africa, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Venezuela, Angola, Nigeria and Argentina.

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