Friday, February 9, 2007

Hesse-Engelburg Recruitment Announcement

By command of Their Graces Guntram and Sieglinde, the principality of Hesse-Engelburg has issued a recruitment for able-bodied men to rally to the colors, to provide a standing army under the Blauerwolf banner. While declaring their intent to maintain the customary neutrality of Hesse-Engelburg in relation to the recent incidents of conflict surrounding such states as Stollen and Alzheim, Their Graces have determined it to be in the best interest of the honor and protection of Their people that They should raise an army to defend the principality.All individuals wishing to serve Their Graces within the new army are encouraged to present themselves at the newly established Induction Center in the great city of Grauerhimmel for qualifying and posting.Their Graces extend their warmest thanks to the volunteers of the Borderers who have so faithfully watched the perimeter of the principality for all threats, and request that those who do not feel called to join the colors will continue in this honorable service. Additionally, Their Graces express their expectation that their esteemed neighbors will express their honor and sportsmanship byoffering no threat of invasion during this time.

4 comments:

Grand Duchy of Stollen 1768 said...

The Grand Duke Irwin Amadeus II heartily approves!!!

Best Regards,

Kaptain Rudolf-Micheal Von Schenker
Personal Secrtary to The Grand Duke

Poruchik said...

Greetings and Salutations,

Perhaps we should exchange ambassadors. The Elector of Vulgaria has aksed that I develop a file as he might at some point wish to visit.

with sincere regards,
Major Poruchik
Intelligence Officer
Electors Staff
Schweingrad

Bluebear Jeff said...

Be it known that the Principality of Saxe-Bearstein will most certainly respect your request. We affirm that we know of no reason for our two principalities to be at enmity with each other.


-- Jeff

http://saxe-bearstein.blogspot.com/

tidders said...

His most gracious royal majesty Leopold IV, King of Wittenberg, extends his friendship to Hesse-Engelburg and gives assurities of his peaceful intentions.

regards

Count Hans Niesenbumpsen-Adazi
Secretary to His Majesty