In the East, male Irish laborers were hired by Irish contractors to work on canals, railroads, streets, sewers and other construction projects, particularly in New York state and New England.
Roshtaria and the other human lands of El-Hazard: For the Evillious Chronicles franchise, all of the setting is inspired by real world countries and their cultures.
It takes place on the fictional continent of Bolganio, which is overall Eurasia, with the titular region of Evillious being Europe.
Some of these countries later form the Union State of Evillious, representing the modern European Union, and on the Eastern side of the continent in a Japan parallel.
Off the continent is Maistia, which parallels the Americas. The Familiar of Zero takes place in a suspiciously medieval European setting. Based on the names which are simply archaic names for the nations they representTristain is Belgium or the Netherlands, Albion is Britain complete with a rebel leader named CromwellGallia is France, Romalia is Italy, and Germania is obviously Germany.
This is a little more complex. Halkeginia Europe counterpart is loosely based on seventeenth century Europe: There is also an unnamed state which could be Spain or Portugal.
Shinka in Flower Flower is a counterpart to India. Fullmetal Alchemist The country of Amestris is based on a combination of European countries. Character names are based on names found in various European nations such as the U. The technology used is the same or similar to the technology found around World War II.
Xing is the counterpart of the East Asian countries, most prominently China, though Fu and Lan Fan have obviously ninja-influenced fighting styles and weaponry and Ling wears sarashi so there's a little bit of Japan in there too.
Ishval is perhaps the counterpart of the Western Asian countries, and Word of God states she took inspiration from the plight of the Ainu people.
Paninya, Jerso, Focker, and an unnamed Central Library employee anime only are all black, implying that there's likely an Alternate Universe equivalent of the African continent as well. There is no Xing in the anime-verse; however, a passing reference to an eastern country, along with chopsticks and Asian-looking characters existing, imply a similar country exists.
Basically every planet that's not a Planet of Hats in Galaxy Express ends up being one of these. Dozens of planets are clones of The Wild West — it pretty much seems to be the default setting for a planet in this universe. The Planet of Forgotten Parents is the Philippines.
Planet Kilimanjaro's Grasshopper Men are white African settlers. Planet Fury is New York City. Planet Future is Canada. Windy Hill is Scotland.
One of the most obvious is the Shildkraut nation. We are originally led to believe it's a parallel to Japanese hot spring towns, but then it's then used for a Viva Las Vegas!
Fahren is mostly based off of Chinese culture and stereotypes, although it does have a few Japanese things such as ninjas. This is explicitly lampshaded by Fuu. Chizeta's culture seems to be based off of Middle-Eastern and Indian cultures, and the princesses fight using Djinn.
However, they also have Osakan accents. Autozam's highly technological culture, while not as clear cut as Chizeta or Fahren, has a few parallels with the United States of America: In Mai-Otomeset in the distant future on another planet, there are some more or less evident matches between fictional and real nations, at least judging by the names of known inhabitants.
Altai is named after a region that's adjacent to China, Russia and West Asia. There is a major case going on in Maiden Rose where half the countries aren't named but are easily culturally identifiable. Klaus comes from a small German state that was conquered by the Western Alliance superstate, also primarily German.
This superstate is fighting the Eurotean superstate, which has pre-revolution Russia as the dominant culture.Americans are citizens of the United States of America.
The country is home to people of many different national benjaminpohle.com a result, American culture and law does not equate nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and allegiance.
Although citizens make up the majority of Americans, non-citizen residents, dual citizens, and expatriates may also claim an American . Irish Americans (Irish: Gael-Mheiriceánaigh) are an ethnic group comprising Americans who have full or partial ancestry from Ireland, especially those who identify with that ancestry, along with their cultural benjaminpohle.com 33 million Americans—% of the total population—reported Irish ancestry in the American Community Survey .
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