Numerology information Sealand:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace


Definition funny of Sealand:

urbanAn awesome micro nation near England. The most awesome place in the world. Germany and UK's daughter, who's boss of the Awesome Family Mafia. NOT SEAWORLD!

urbanSealand is a pimp, dude.

urbanThe greatest Nation the world has ever seen. Sealand is a awesome old fort off the coast of England. Not to be confused with sealworld. You can find a Sealand in a box or playing strange Japanese games. It might make noises like: Kawaii : or : Desu yo: if approached! Never place a Sealand next to a England. They will start a fight.

urban"Have you seen that wanker with the hat running around Ikea? " "Aw man, must be a sealand!"

urbanThe Principality of Sealand is an independent nation. It lies seven miles off the coast of England, east of the port of Felixstowe. It started life as a military installation in the North Sea, operated by Britain's Royal Navy, and termed "HM Fort Roughs". In 1967, Major 'Paddy' Roy Bates moved onto the abandoned installation and declared its independence as the Principality of Sealand, himself becoming Prince Roy of Sealand. In 1968, a British court ruled that Sealand was not part of the UK - Britain had no jurisdiction there. A team of German and Dutch mercenaries stormed Sealand in 1978, but Prince Roy was able to retake the fort. Prince Roy passed away in 2012, having previously designated his son Michael as his successor. He became Prince Michael of Sealand on 9 November 2012. Sealand has recently formed a national football team which competes at international level (the highlight being two 2-1 wins over Alderney), and hosts a fledgling data haven company called HavenCo.

urbanA lot of people got to know Sealand through Hetalia, but it's a fascinating nation even without the Hetalia connection. Don't expect to see Sealand in the World Cup any time soon - their national football team's not allowed in FIFA.


Songs about Sealand:

songsSealand [E Mare Libertas (Freedom from the Sea)] by Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra from the Album The Complete National Anthems of the World (2013 Edition), Vol. 8

songsSealand by Art Brut from the Album Brilliant! Tragic!

songsSealand (2003 Digital Remaster) by OMD from the Album Architecture And Morality

songsDisco in Sealand by Krell from the Album Suoni, armonie e voci dagli abissi

songsDisco in Sealand by Krell from the Album Time's Trilogy (The Best of Krell)

songsDisco in Sealand by Krell from the Album Elements Quadrilogy (The Very Best of Krell)

songsGeschichte in Augenblicken - Das F├╝rstentum Sealand by Sprecher: Till Hagen from the Album Wie Superman Adolf Hitler besiegte - Geschichte(n) in Augenblicken


Books about Sealand:

booksSealand 1001 by R K Raker and Daisuke Maehira (Nov 23, 2011)

booksSea-Land team keeps service fresh as change brews in coffee trade. (Sea-Land Service Inc.'s coffee transportation... (Jul 28, 2005)

booksBabylonian Tablets from the First Sealand Dynasty in the Schoyen Collection (Cornell University Studies in Assyriology... by Stephanie Dalley (Jun 30, 2009)

booksSealand of the Pacific by Ray W. Sleeper and Author

booksSealand of the Pacific

booksSea-Land Service, Inc. v. U.S. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by GERALD A MALIA and ROBERT H BORK (Oct 30, 2011)

booksSea-Land Service, Inc v. N L R B U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by HERBERT BURSTEIN and ARNOLD ORDMAN (Oct 30, 2011)


Wiki information Sealand:

Principality of Sealand
Location, Literature Subject, Flag referent, Dated location, Statistical region

The Principality of Sealand is a micronation located in the North Sea. Its mass consists of what was HM Fort Roughs, a former Second World War Maunsell Sea Fort, off the coast of Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. While it has been described as the...

RAF Sealand

Royal Air Force Station Sealand or more simply RAF Sealand was a Royal Air Force station in Flintshire, in the north-east corner of Wales, close to the border with England, and operated between 1916 and 2006. Under defence cuts announced in 2004 RAF...