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Question: Where do I think the MidCin boys are from? (Including headcanons for the countries!)

So, this is my as-usual longass answer to the question asked by the lovely anon here. They asked:

“I think Louis is from France, even if Howard isn’t really a French last name. Byron is from Germany, obviously. I don’t know about the other guys. How about you? Where do you think the MidCin boys come from? :)”

And, as usual, I’m going to spew out all of my calculations and headcanons for this, since I’ve actually been studying this in-depth for the past few days around revision and coursework. So, I hope you’re ready for my excessive analysis, anon!

For those who don’t wish to read my reasoning for all this, however, here’s a simple conclusion, reduced from all that blab into simple bullet points!

Countries:

  • Wysteria is probably France, but Wysteria Palace is actually in Germany.
  • Stein is probably Germany, but Stein Castle is actually in France.
  • Laurelia is probably Switzerland, or maybe The United Kingdom of the Netherlands.
  • Fairmark is probably Liechtenstein. I will not budge from this no matter what you say to me.
  • Alder is probably The Kingdom of Prussia.
  • Bergenia is probably The Polish Partitions / The Duchy of Warsaw
  • Carallia is probably The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

Characters (in terms of their main heritage + birthplaces):

  • Albert is German, born in Germany, with German heritage. (Steiner, from Stein, with Steiner heritage)
  • Alyn is Scottish and English, born in France or maybe England at a very big stretch. (Of Carallian heritage if I go by my theory, but then born Wysterian, in Wysteria)
  • Byron is German, born in Germany, predominantly German heritage. (Steiner, from Stein, with mostly Steiner heritage)
  • Giles is French, born in France, with French and maybe a tid bit of English heritage. (Wysterian, born in Wysteria, with Wysterian and maybe Carallian heritage)
  • Leo is Scottish and English, born in France or maybe England at a very big stretch (Of Carallian heritage if I go by my theory, but then born Wysterian, in Wysteria)
  • Louis is German, born in Germany, but raised in France. I’d say his heritage is predominantly German with bits of French. (Steiner, born in Stein, but raised Wysterian, with both in his heritage.)
  • Nico is German, born in France, and raised in France in his early years. I’d say he’s mostly German in heritage. (Steiner, born in Wysteria, but raised in Wysteria for a few years until *cough* things happen *cough*. Mostly Steiner is heritage.)
  • Rayvis is Polish, or could have been born in Latvia - what was then the Baltic States - but now lives in Germany. I’d say his heritage is very much German. (Bergenian, born in Bergenia and living in Stein, with bits of Polish/Latvian in his mostly German heritage.)
  • Robert is Polish, born in The Polish Partitions but a resident of Germany and France at different times. (Bergenian, born in Bergenia but a resident of Stein and then Wysteria in his late teens and adulthood.)
  • Sid is French, born in France, with French heritage. (Wysterian, born in Wysteria, with Carallian and Wysterian heritage)

Putting it under the cut because this is seriously an absolutely colossal answer!

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Historical Anime Picture Index

Akame ga Kill

France, 1914.

Scene from Akame ga Kill Bill, 2003.

Akira

Greaser Motorcycle Gang, 1955.

Aldnoah Zero

France, 1944.

Amagi Brilliant Park

Disneyland opening day, 1955.

Attack on Titan

England, 1917.

New Mexico,1945.

Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876.

Barakamon

Calligraphy studio, 1910.

Black Lagoon

Mekong Delta, Vietnam, 1968.

Scene from Desperado, 1995.

Casshern

Johnny Casshern, Newport Folk Festival, 1964.

Code Geass

Pizza Hut TV commercial, 1984.

Cowboy Bebop

Sinatra and Spiegel, 1957.

Danmachi

“The Catch” - F.W. Glasier circus photo, 1907.

Boshin War era Satsuma Clan Samurai admiring early example of Hestia fan art, 1867.

Death Note

Scene from Death Note Wish, 1974.

Death Parade

Last day of Prohibition, December 5, 1933.

Durarara!!

Chicago Speakeasy, 1924.

Evel Knievel and Celty Sturluson prepare for double jump at Ceasars Palace, Las Vegas, 1967.

Yalta Conference, February, 1945.

Times Square, New York, 1943.

Italy, 1944.

Cigarette ad, 1992.

Eureka Seven

Nikola Tesla, 1896.

Fate

The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917.

Baseball game, 1923.

Third inauguration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1941.

Archer and Bogart, 1942.

Motorcycle ad, 1920s.

Scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail War, 1975.

FLCL

Kurt Cobain and Haruko Haruhara, 1993.

Full Metal Alchemist

Germany, 1917.

Roger Fenton Crimean War photograph, 1855.

Full Metal Panic!

F6F Hellcat on the deck of the USS Sable, 1945.

Gakkou Gurashi

Scene from Night of the Living Dead, 1968.

Gatchaman Crowds

“This was their finest hour-ssu.” London, 1940.

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun

Riding bicycles in Central Park, 1940.

Ghost in the Shell

Las Vegas, Nevada, 1949.

Girls und Panzer

Normandy, France, 1944.

Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?

Las Vegas, NV, Easter, 1952.

Gundam

Battle of Amiens, 1918.

Belgium, 1917.

Chuck Yeager, 1947.

The River Thames, London, 1958.

Scene from Top Gundam, 1986.

Hataraku Maou-sama

Dewey’s Malted Milk stand, Philadelphia, PA, 1941.

Hatsune Miku

B-24 Hatsune Miku Bomber Art, 1944.

Hibike! Euphonium

Dixieland Jazz Band, 1917.

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni

Scene from The Shining, 1980.

Himouto! Umaru-chan

Coca Cola ad, 1947.

Hitsugi no Chaika

France, 1915.

The Battle of Stalingrad, 1942.

Hunter x Hunter

Holden Bros. Circus, c.1920.

Skateboarding with Tony Hawk, 1990.

Hyouka

Movie poster, 1967.

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure

John D. Rockefeller along with son John D. Rockefeller Jr. and Robert Edward O. Speedwagon, 1915.

Brando and Brando, 1963.

Scene from Indiana Jones and the Stardust Crusaders, 1989.

Maison Bonfils photograph of the Great Pyramid of Giza, circa 1869.

K-on!

Jimi Hendrix and Yui Hirasawa, Monterey Pop Festival, 1967.

Ritsu Tainaka playing with The Who, Monterey, CA, 1967.

Kantai Collection

Shirley Temple Kantai Collection card, 1934.

Japanese archers, c.1860.

Kill la Kill

England, 1918.

Milton Menasco, 1915 San Francisco World’s Fair.

Douglas High School Girls Basketball Team, 1920.

Harime Nui Mary Poppins Audition, 1964.

Eiffel Tower, 1922.

Rome, 1956.

Scene from Easy Rider, 1969.

Tea Time, 1930.

Berlin, 1945.

Scene from Fight Club, 1999.

Kuroko no Basket

Tetsuya Kuroko and Larry Bird, NCAA Championship game, 1979.

Log Horizon

Female Samurai, c.1895.

Love Live

Gallipoli, 1915.

Germany, 1918.

CBS Radio recording session, 1922.

μ’s performing at the Monterey Pop Festival, June 18, 1967.

Bikini Atoll nuclear test, 1948.

Shot from the silent film “Llama Drama”, 1919.

μ’s Atop A Skyscraper, 1932.

Fred Astaire and Honoka Kousaka, 1936.

Maki Nishikino and Maureen O'Hara, St. Patrick’s Day, 1940.

Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1938.

Scene from Dr. Strangelove Live, 1964.

The Velvet Underground and Nico, 1966.

Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica

Battle of Verdun, 1916.

German delegation at the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, 1919.

Empire State Building under construction, 1930.

William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy on the set of Star Trek: The Original Series, 1967.

Polio patient enjoys his favorite magazine, 1955.

Hair salon displays new electric hair dryers, 1925.

Salvador Dali in Paris, 1969.

Alfred Hitchcock, 1972.

London Record shop, 1955.

The Great Blizzard, Boston, MA, 1888.

Time Magazine, April 8, 1966.

Monogatari Series

Lincoln, Nebraska, 1931.

Monster Musume

Scene from The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, 1958.

Nanatsu no Taizai

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, 1958.

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Amelia Earhart and Nausicaä, circa 1921.

Neon Genesis Evangelion

France, 1917.

France, 1918.

Germany, 1916.

Howard Hughes engaged in combat with the Angel Sachiel, 1935.

Trinity test site, July 1945.

Chrysler Building, 1936.

Einstein and Ikari, 1931.

James Dean and Asuka Langley Soryu, 1953.

Misato Katsuragi Budweiser ad, 1964.

London, 1969.

Sony Walkman ad, 1981.

The front page of today’s New York Post.

Sunglasses ad, 1960.

Nisekoi

Public screening as part of an election campaign in London, 1931.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953.

Psycho-Pass

Brooklyn NY, 1946.

John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson, 1994.

Scene from American Psycho-Pass, 2000.

Shirobako

Recording session at Capitol Records, 1948.

Space Dandy

Harrison Ford in cosplay on the set of Star Wars, 1977.

Aboard the Millennium Falcon, 1977.

Spirited Away

Peter Witt streetcar, Toronto, Ontario, 1928.

Steins;Gate

1st Academy Awards ceremony, May 16, 1929.

Computer ad, 1975.

Soft Drink ad, 1963.

Mayuri and Marley, 1976.

Scene from Star;Gate, 1994.

Suisei no Gargantia

Gargantia fleet near the Makin Atoll, 1943.

Super Sonico

Telephone switchboard operators, 1940.

Suzumiya Haruhi

SOS Brigade Chief Haruhi Suzumiya addressing a joint session of congress, May 1947.

Mikuru Asahina Jessica Rabbit screen test, 1988.

Haruhi Suzumiya and Cream, Royal Albert Hall, London, 1968.

Berlin Wall, 1988.

Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann

Belgium, 1915.

John and Yoko Bed-in, 1969.

Coal Miners in Scranton, PA, 1902.

St. Louis, Missouri, November 4, 1948.

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun

England, 1915.

Nikola Tesla experiment, 1899.

Tonari no Totoro

Gene Kelly, Singin’ in the Rain, 1952.

Yoru no Yatterman

Pipe Tobacco ad, 1924.

Yuri Kuma Arashi

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1924.

Yuru Yuri

Walt Disney, 1928.

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