Under the occupation of the Reich Norway was forced to transfer its claim to Queen Maud Land following the end of World War II. Rechristened New Swabia the area would be heavily settled by the Nazis, who established an archipelago of military bases and research outposts robust enough to sustain newly constructed villages year round even through the polar nights. The collapse of the Reich following the spectacular failure of the rapine economy principle in the sixties would see New Swabia slowly dying on the vine until the international community saw fit to transfer the colony back to Norway after a mostly successful round of denazification. Following a decade of reconstruction and investment the renamed colony of Amundsenia was allowed limited home rule under the aegis of the Kingdom of Norway that it enjoys to this day. Officially demilitarized, Amundsenia has developed a sustainable economy focused on fishing and whaling in the rich waters off Antarctica and forms the nucleus of research efforts on the continent. For this flag I modified the 1978 Antarctic flag proposal, centering the hands and bowl, replacing the giant A with the royal monogram of Queen Maud of Wales (for whom the geographic area is named) and swapped out the eye searing orange with the colors of the Norwegian flag (in reversed order of prominence).