Shortly before the outbreak of World War II, Baralia was a Central European dictatorship. It no longer exists as an independent nation.
In 1939, when the War between the Axis and the Allies was already well under way, the Dictator of Baralia attempted to instigate an open war against the still-officially-neutral United States. He had his agents blow up a Baralian cargo ship in an American harbor, then responded to this fake provocation by mobilizing his nation to go to war. An American Spy, and a covert camera crew, caught the bosses of the Baralian saboteurs on film, discussing their recent accomplishments and future plans, and the film was soon circulated to movie theaters nationwide, along with other newsreels. Once the incriminating movie gained an international audience, the Baralian Dictator publicly backed down and called off his war preparations.
With the onset of the Second World War, the Axis Powers included: Austria, Baralia, Bulgaria, Bulgonia, Croatia, Dukalia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Luxor, Napkan, Nastonia, Oxnalia, Thoria, Nural, Romania, Syronia, Toran, Twerpany, and others. Many of these nations were not only admitted to the Axis Powers, but politically annexed and absorbed into Hitler's Nazi Germany. After WWII, very few of these nations still existed. No records exist, post 1940, of Baralia, Bulgonia, Dukalia, Luxor, Napkan, Nastonia, Oxnalia, Thoria, Nural, Syronia, Toran, or Twerpany,