The Principality of Sealand

Sealand was founded as a sovereign Principality in 1967 in international
waters, six miles off the eastern shores of Britain.

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The Principality of Sealand

Located on the military fortress of Rough Tower, Sealand is the smallest country in international waters. The country‘s national motto is "From the Sea, Freedom" (E Mare Libertas), reflecting its continuing struggle for liberty through the years. Sealand has been an independent sovereign state since 1967. The Bates family governs the small state as hereditary royal rulers, each member with his own royal title. Sealand has its own constitution, composed of a preamble and seven articles. The state’s constitution

deals with several matters, including its status as a constitutional monarchy. People can show support for Sealand by purchasing noble titles and becoming a lord or a lady. Sealand also sells ID cards and a piece of land on the principality to help sustain its independence for the years to come. Other official Sealand products are also available for sale on this website. See shop

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THE HISTORY

During World War II, the United Kingdom decided to establish a number of military bases, the purpose of which was to defend England against German air raids. These sea forts housed enough troops to man and maintain artillery designed to shoot down German aircraft and missiles. They were situated along the east coast of England on the edge of the English territorial waters. One of these bases, consisting of concrete and steel construction, was the famous royal fort Roughs Tower situated slightly north of the estuary region...

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