The Protectorate of Bavaria (red), bordered by Greater Holy Germania, the Free Rhineland Zone, Poland, Czechlovakia, Saarland, and Alsca.

The Protectorate of Bavaria is an Client State of the Holy Germanian Empire. Given to Germania in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles, the Protectorate is bordered by Greater Holy Germania and others.

Bavaria has about 44 million people. They have to pay Germanian taxes, pledge loyality to the Emperor of Holy Germania, and honor Germanian rule, but they cannot vote or voice opinions in the Imperial Senate. Their delegate is non voting and advisory only.

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