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Jonatan, Hereditary Prince of New Europe

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Hereditary Prince of New Europe,

Prince of Prussia, Lord of Norway

North American Emperor
Reign April 17 - April 28, 2011
Predecessor William
Successor Monarchy abolished
House Hartmann-Peters
Father HL Baron Mikael of Norway
Mother HRH Princess Marie of Prussia
Born 6 March 1994 (1994-03-06) (age 20)
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Occupation student, Karate instructor
Religion Lutheran

Prince Jonatan (German: Jonatan Michael Prinz von Preußen; English: Jonathan Michael Prince of Prussia) (born March 6, 1994), is the younger, and only, brother of Emperor William. He is first in the line of succession to the throne of New Europe under the title Hereditary Prince of New Europe. He is also the unofficial last Monarch of the North American Confederation styled as His Imperial Majesty. He spends most of his time in Karate training, both learning and instructing the arts of shotokan. He has even won medals in Pan-American Karate tournements.

Role in the Micronational world

On a formal level, Prince Jonatan has no say in the day to day activities of New Europe or its monarchy. But as of now his brother has no children, making him the only person in the entire family to legitimately inherit the throne upon his brothers death or abdication. He had shown interest in New Europe's economy and the policies that could be used. But the Emperor for a time denied him the right to speak openly to the Imperial Cabinet regarding any economic issues. This was later changed and he had expressed interest in New European politics but was never actively envolved. The prince has since lost most interest in micronationalism but does aknowledge his position and duties in the event his brother dies. He is often an advisor to his brother on how to deal with issues of economic importance. Although his brother still lives and has been restored to the throne of New Europe it is voiced by former members of the North American Military that since both succession laws are the same for New Europe and the North American Confederation, Jonatan is now the rightful pretender to the North American Monarchy. Although he was never acknowledged, the North American Confederation did continue for 11 days following his brothers abdication thus by law he was the legitimate successor.


  • 6 March 1994 – 20 January 2009 (present): His Royal Highness Prince Jonatan of Prussia
  • 20 January 2009 – present: His Imperial and Royal Highness the Hereditary Prince of New Europe
  • 17 April 2011 – 28 April 2011: His Imperial Majesty the North American Emperor (Never acknowledged)
Styles of
Prince Jonatan
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Reference style His Imperial and Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Imperial and Royal Highness
Alternative style Sir

See also

Empire of New Europe

Line of succession to the New European throne

New European Imperial Family

New European Imperial Family
Coat of Arms of the House of Hartmann-Peters
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Jonatan, Hereditary Prince of New Europe
Cadet branch of the House of Hartmann
Born: 6 March 1994  
New European Royalty 
Preceded by:
First in line 
Line of succession to the New European throne
1st position  
Succeeded by:
Dowager Grand Duchess Dawn
North American Royalty 
Preceded by:
North American Emperor
April 17, 2011 – April 28, 2011  
Titles in pretence


Loss of title
North American Emperor
April 28, 2011 – present  
Succeeded by:
Heir presumptive Dowager Grand Duchess Dawn
German nobility 
Preceded by:
Emperor William 
Head of the House of Hartmann
3rd position  
Succeeded by:
Dowager Grand Duchess Dawn
Norwegian nobility 
Preceded by:
Emperor William 
Head of the House of Peters
2nd position  
Succeeded by:
Lady Christine