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The '''National Schism''' is the term popularised by [[Miestra Schiva]] for the period where the Kingdom of Talossa and the [[Talossan Republic]] were in coexistence, on terms of various levels of mutual suspicion and hostility. This era spanned from the [[Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Talossa]] on ''Calondâ Gün'' (June 1st) 2004 up until [[Reunision]] which was completed on April 21st 2012. For part of this time period there was even a "third Talossa", set up by ex-King [[Robert I]].
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The '''National Schism''' is the term popularised by [[Miestra Schiva]] for the period where the Kingdom of Talossa and the [[Talossan Republic]] were in coexistence, on terms of various levels of mutual suspicion and hostility. This era spanned from the [[Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Talossa]] on ''Calondâ Gün'' (June 1st) 2004 up until [[Reunision]] which was completed on April 21st 2012. For part of this time period there was even a [[Talossan Émigré Community|"third Talossa"]], set up by ex-King [[Robert I]].
  
 
The term comes from analogy with [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Schism a similar era in the history of Greece].
 
The term comes from analogy with [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Schism a similar era in the history of Greece].
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Latest revision as of 05:40, 13 September 2019

The National Schism is the term popularised by Miestra Schiva for the period where the Kingdom of Talossa and the Talossan Republic were in coexistence, on terms of various levels of mutual suspicion and hostility. This era spanned from the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Talossa on Calondâ Gün (June 1st) 2004 up until Reunision which was completed on April 21st 2012. For part of this time period there was even a "third Talossa", set up by ex-King Robert I.

The term comes from analogy with a similar era in the history of Greece.