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Welcome to Hetalia Archives! Since it started on January 2, 2009, the project's users have created 862 articles.

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Hetalia: The World Twinkle, based on the webmanga Hetalia: Axis Powers by Hidekaz Himaruya, will broadcast at some point in the near future. It is also the sixth season overall of the anime series Hetalia. It follows the adventures of anthropomorphic countries as they live through historical events and interact with focus on differences in culture and positive and negative Japanese stereotypes of other countries.

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Did You Know... About Hetalia Archives
...that Belarus is a good acrobat?

...that Sweden is better at coercion than Germany?

...that Sealand is interested in Broadway musicals?

...that Iceland's design was recycled from a potential design sheet for Czechoslovakia?

...that Lithuania is taller than Poland by roughly 10 centimeters?

Today in Hetalia: Axis Powers history
Today is Friday, November 28, 2014; it is now 14:58 (UTC)

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Hetayume Wiki Affiliates
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The Kitayume Wiki catalogs all information about the webcomics and games sharing the same universe as Hidekaz Himaruya's first series Advance! Kitakou Broadcasting Club. The series' follows groups of high school students as they strive to find where they belong, excel in clubs, and even deal with supernatural forces.
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The Chibisan Date Wiki catalogs all information about the manga Chibisan Date. The series tells the story of a young Japanese artist named Seiji Chiga living in Nantucket during the 1960s. It depicts his creative struggles and the new friendships he makes after leaving home and finding himself in an unfamiliar setting.
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