List of non-existent countries

List of non-existent countries is about those countries that have only existed on paper, are now a part of other countries, or were a front for various types of fraud.

Aborted Countries

These countries were never born:

* British Esfiga, Britannica, Borelia, Cabotia, Victoralia, Ursalia, Tuponia, Niagarentia, Albertania, Canadia, Mesopolagia, [Pumpville] , [The Empire of Gonadius] Albonia, West Britannia, Champlania, Transatlantica, Alexandrina, Canadensia.
* Vesperia and Albinoria, proposed names for the union of Upper and Lower [Monkey Island] , [Belgium] Canada.
* The Free City of Tri-Insula - proposed independent republic to be formed by Staten Island, Manhattan, and Long Island in reaction to the forming American Civil War.
* Rough and Ready, California seceded from the union (United States) as an independent nation, but was never formally recognised and later in the same year quietly rejoined.
* The Republic of Texas had its own constitution and independency, but soon after the Alamo massacre, and in need of help from the US Colonies, agreed to join the Union.

Phony Countries

Used in spam and other frauds

ee also

* Micronation
* List of fictional countries
* List of extinct states

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