Fredrik Kaarle I, born Frederick Charles Louis Constantine, Prince and Landgrave of Hesse, the German and first king of the Kingdom of Finland, a puppet state of the German Empire established in the aftermath of the First Great War. Queen Margaret of Finland, born Princess Margaret of Prussia and the youngest sibling of Kaiser Wilhelm II. The crown of the monarchs of Finland. King Filipo I of Finland, born Philipp, Prince and Landgrave of Hesse, the king of Finland during the Second Great War, during which the majority of the Kingdom of Finland fell under Russian occupation. In spite of this, the remnants of the Finnish army put up a stiff and stubborn resistance to the Russian occupation forces and as a result became famous for their resistance throughout the war. (OOC: I know there is some inconsistency in the books about Finland. However, it makes more sense that Finland would be independent after GWI, with a German and Finnish victory against the Finnish Bolsheviks like IOTL. I think in the books it's possible that they could have been referencing a Finland under occupation by the Russian Empire). Joris Van Severen, leader of the Diets-Flemish National Solidarists (Diets-Vlaamsch Nationaal Solidaristen), an actionist and Dutch nationalist political party in German-occupied Belgium that advocated for the integration of Flanders into the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the creation of a Greater Netherlands or "Dietsland." In 1938, the party was banned and Van Severen fled to Amsterdam in the Netherlands, where he soon afterwards became acquainted with Anton Mussert, leader of the NNB. The two became good friends and began to work together. After the Entente invasions of Belgium and the Netherlands, Van Severen and the DFNS collaborated with both the French in Belgium and the French and the British in the occupied Netherlands, with many members joining Dutch units in the French Army. After the war, Van Severen was captured by the German Army and put into custody, where he committed suicide in prison on May 27, 1944. Staf De Clercq, leader of the Flemish National Union (Vlaamsch Nationaal Verbond), an actionist and Flemish nationalist political party in German-occupied Belgium. Unlike the DVNS, the VNV did not want a union with the Netherlands and wanted Flemish independence instead. In 1938, the party was banned and De Clercq fled to the town of Dunkerque, Kingdom of France. After the French invasion of Belgium, De Clercq returned to Belgium and him and the VNV began to collaborate with the French occupiers, hoping for an independent Flanders to be established after the end of the war. He died in Antwerp in 1942. Cornelius Eduardus "Ward" Hermans, the leader of the VNV after the death of Staf de Clercq. After the liberator of Belgium by Germany, Hermans was captured by the German armies and was then arrested for collaboration. After Belgium regained independence, Hermans and other Entente collaborators were tried for collaborating with the enemy and for treason against Belgium. He was found guilty and was sentenced to life imprisonment. He was eventually released in 1976 due to his poor health, and he died of natural causes in 1980.