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|Other major settlements||Dunblane, Alloa, Falkirk, Clackmannan, Bridge-of-Allan and Bannockburn, Ashfield, Callander, Doune, Kinbuck, Plean and Fallin.|
|Languages||Scots and English (British).|
|Head of state||King James VIII.|
|Vice head of state||Non.|
|Head of parliament||Chairman of the Royal Commission Fiona Dianne Caitlin Ross.|
|Type of regime||Democratic Constitutional Monarchy.|
|Name of national legislature||Royal Commission.|
|Population||96,545 in 1990 est., 104,705 in 2007 and 126,575 in 2020 (now occupied by the CA). The 2020 figure includes the 8,500 living in the Southern Scotland's occupied royalist land around Falkirk and Grangemouth. .|
|Number of international airports||0.|
|Number of major ports||1.|
|State de facto formed||1990.|
|De facto Independence date||1990.|
|Independence de jure recognised on||1990.|
|De facto annexation date||2007-2008.|
|Annexation de jure recognised on||2007-2008.|
|Preceded_by (year)||Scottish Municipal Alliance (1990).|
|Succeeded_by (year)||Scottish New State and Celtic Alliance (2007-2008).|
|Currency||Stirlingshire Pound and barter.|
|Religions||Mostly Church of Scotland Agnostic Christian, Roman Catholic, Presbyterianism and Episcopalian.|
|Motto||"In My Defens, God Me Defend.".|
|Demonym||Scottish or Scots.|
|Anthem||Scotland the Brave!|
|Ethnic groups||Mostly Scottish. English and Irish..|
|Highest mountain:||Beinn Ime’s Height: 1011m.|
|Number of military personnel:||750.|
|Drives on the:||Left.|
|National sport:||Football, shinty and golf.|
10kt tactical nukes had hit Rosyth Dockyard, Grangemouth Refinery, Grangemouth Docks and RAF Leuchars. Aberdeen and Dundee harbours were also was hit with a tactical 10kt nuke, but he 100kt strategic nukes fell short of the east coast cities and exploder 5 and 10 miles east respectively of their intended targets in the sea. A 5kt device meat for Rosyth town missed an hit Loch Fitty and another meant for the nearby dockyards hit Carnock Moor. Radiation blew in from other places causing much sufferings.
Refugees from north Lanarkshire and East Lothian poured in to the Falkirk and Stirling regions. The refugees were brutally removed and abandoned in it's territory north of the Trossachs.
The Clackmannanshire towns Dollar and Tillicoultry saw much fighting with refugees from Fife and the frightened locals.
The direct aftermath of the warEdit
When the word of what happened came from refugees and police scouts arrived over the next week the still living council members, police, lord mayors of the nearby Stirlingshire, the and Clackmannanshire towns called a town meeting in Stirling castle. A few days later self-appointed representatives from Kincardine-on-Forth, Saline and Carnock in Fife met with members of Clackmannan District Council in Alloa. They decided to cut down some of local forests for wood, start up new farms, banished most of the refuges and start a general rationing system. The wood would be utilised for defensive barriers, buildings and fuel. The former Central Region tried to maintain an independent, democratic and self-sufficient way of life, but the emergent state just only managed to hold on at best of times. War trauma, post-apocalyptic misery and post-traumatic stress syndrome lead the interim leadership (mostly Central Region county councilors and police chiefs) cracking up and slipping in to a state of clinical paranoia and anti-English\anti-Conservative Party sentiment. Anti-English killings and the enslavement of English people was common throughout the early and mid 1980s as almost all of the panic stricken public blamed the English, Americans, Irish and Soviets for stating the war.
A severe famine and a major cholera outbreak hit the region, killing many people in Falkirk and the Trossachs camps during 1984 and 1987.
The locals of the former Central Region unite in hope of a better future. They would survive through the next 5 years acting alone on a mixture of luck, good guesswork, rural crafts, personal determination and agricultural knowhow. As things got better the anti-English violence and discriminations got less.
The SMA arrives in 1988Edit
Fist contact was made in early 1998 Scottish Municipal Alliance and they chose to join it. Killin and the other remoter regions in the former West Perthshire (the area west and south of Killin including Callander, Crianlarich and Aberfoyle) had become quasi-independent beyond Callander and made a limited success as small farming community's. Sheep rustling and several outbreaks of Campylobacter jejuni were common at the time amongst these communities. They joined the SMA a few weeks later.
The 1989 coup attemptEdit
Several of the remaining local Conservative Party members met in a Clackmannan pub and selfishly plotted a coup against both the rulers of the Scottish Municipal Alliance and to "Kill all those worthless labour voting dross heads and scumbags in Falkirk town!" in order to farther their personal power at democracy's expense. They were jelouse and resentful at the local Labour Party, Independents and Liberal Party councilors making a relative success of running the nation.
The Regional Council's HQ at Viewforth in Stirling was soon the victim of a fight between the majority of both the Labour and Conservatives councilors, during which several died on both sides. It was reveled that the Conservatives were behind an illigal bread product racketeering organisation and Labour was behind most of the anti-English\Conservatives violence. The trouble makers were soon arrested and dumped in a prison camp in the Trossachs.
The police chiefs, trades unions leaders, SNP councilors, Independent councilors and Liberals councilors disapproved of and chose to back the unifying policy's of the emergent new leader, a "neo-Jacobite" Stirlingshire con-man going by the name of James Robert Richard John Stewart. The SNP and Liberals tried to make the state more democratic and culturally tolerant, but were hindered by the ever present threats of anti-English lynch-mobs and Conservatives Party plots to set up a self-serving dictatorship.
The 1990 Stirlingshire Jacobite movement meatsEdit
In mid 1990 a group of Stirlingshire based anti-communist Scottish monarchists formally joined together under a man named James Stuart, their aim was to restore to Kingdom of Scotland to its former heights, James Stuart took the royal name James VIII to try to show continuity with the former Jacobian Kingdom from pre-1707. The local SNP members thought he was going to be their national savior! The new Jacobite state was to be a bipartisan and multi-cultural by nature.
They also envisaged spreading thire Jacobite rule to the chaotic Federation of Mid-Fife (1983: Doomsday).
The Kingdom of Scotland is bornEdit
Over the next 3 years support for this new Kingdom grew throughout the area until it controlled nearly two-thirds of the former south of Scotland. Throughout this time they struck into the heart of the Scottish Alliance suffering few losses.
When a Royalist-Republican Civil War broke out, the Southern Scotland's New Party swiftly forgotten.
The war lasted for four long years with both sides taking and losing territory regularly, the war killed an approximate one-third of the male population aged between 15 and 30. Any infrastructure that had survived Doomsday and the subsequent 15 years was destroyed or severely damaged through out the former pre-war Borders Region and Central Region.
These two nations duked it out into the late 1990's and the war only came to an end with the assent of a third nation- the Scottish New State. Stranraer was routinely plundered by both factions and Wigtonshire was taken of the CA for a while to, which only caused more strife for the warring factions.
After the collapse of the Kingdom of Scotland, King James VIII fled east into the Scottish wilds near the current Northumbria border, nothing has been heard of him since the winter of 2007, he is officially assumed dead.
It was mostly conquered by the Celtic Alliance in early 2008, but had slipped in to chaos by mid 2007 and had the Falkirk District annexed by the Scottish New State.
The region that became part of the CA was patrolled by peacekeepers for the next 10 years.
The Celtic Alliance have set up a provisional government under their supervision. The region was supposed to get independence in 2018, but thy appear to be just as Anglo-phobic and undemocratic as they have always been, so the CA has chosen to continue it's occupation of their lands. The anti-English\anti-Conservative sentiment lynch-mobs are were nearly all gone by 2018.