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The islands earliest recorded history indicates that both the island of Everon and its sister island Malden were Overseas Territorial Possessions of France during the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th century. The towns and settlements on the island were constructed during this time period. The few French settlers that remained on the island assimilated into the Prussian Empire and kept the traditional naming of the towns and locations. After the Nazi defeat, the island was abandoned to the small civilian population.

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The islands earliest recorded history indicates that both the island of Everon and its sister island Malden were Overseas Territorial Possessions of France during the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th century.

The towns and settlements on the island were constructed during this time period. The few French settlers that remained on the island assimilated into the Prussian Empire and kept the traditional naming of the towns and locations. After the Nazi defeat, the island was abandoned to the small civilian population. Everon is mostly covered in evergreens but also has a large number of different types of trees. There is a laid back, sedentary lifestyle on Everon, relying on agriculture and farming for self sustenance of the communities.

There is no established government, due mostly to the low population of the island. Overview Villages There are a few large villages on Everon. The French influenced names are the original names given to the towns by the first settlers of the island group. The most central of these is Montignac.

Finally there is Saint Pierre in the valley to the south. The rest of the villages are fairly small. The most central village, Montignac. The buildings reflect the typical French influenced farming communes of rural France. The Castle ruin as seen from Saint Pierre. The ruin consists of a gate, tower, one destroyed tower and some other remains of walls scattered around.

The castle makes an ideal defensive position because the mountain it is situated on is very steep, making attacking with tanks infeasible and lending the defenders a considerable advantage.

The Castle ruin. Everon also has a small airfield to the north with some military buildings and a fuel station. The military buildings are remnants of the Soviet occupation of the island in the mid s. All dense forests are made up of pines. In the mountains there are only spruces and some rocks. Typical view of Everon. The terrain is rather flat to quite hilly in most parts of Everon. The south-eastern part however is more mountainous and has a valley. Weapons, training and other resources were left in the hands of a very select few on Everon, including the future resistance leader.

The reasons for this migration of ideas can only be theorised, although many from Nogova have familial, genealogical ties with those on Everon. See Also.

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Even after its takeover by the Prussian Empire and subsequently, Nazi Germany, little has changed over the centuries, with Everon remaining as a quiet and relaxing island. Most of the landscape is covered in thick woodland consisting of oak, birch, chestnut, and beech trees, while the larger forests consist exclusively of pines. Everon does not have any inland bodies of water. While Everon does not have any particularly tall mountains, the highest position on the island is located on top of the valley between the villages of Regina and Durras, which has an elevation of metres above sea level at its peak. Settlements The village of Lamentin at sunset Everon has a total of eighteen villages and towns scattered throughout the entire island.

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Tonos The French influenced names are the original names given to the towns by the first settlers of the island group. Navigation menu Personal tools. Login Register Lost your password? What is two plus two?

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