List Of Presidents
1. Viljálm Halgmann (1872-1876) (4 years)
2. Karl Grev (1876-1880) (4 years)
3. Cyre Kovalski (1880-1884) (4 years)
First Polish and so far the only Jewish president. Ironically not particularly popular with either group at the time
4. Viktor Fox (1884-1886) (2 years)
5. Grim Fadt (1886-1888) (2 years)
Never able to fully shake the legacy of his predecessor. The development of Thrinn's far right party began as a backlash to his and Fox's presidencies.
6. Nikolas Bersund (1888-1896) (8 years)
First president to win reelection. The beginning of his presidency was marked by turmoil caused by the previous 2 presidencies combined with rapid industrialization. By his second term, Thrinn had become relatively peaceful and began to experience a fairly modern, peaceful way of life. Despite being begged to run again, Bersund refused to go past the 8 years, leaving his less popular vice president to run in 1896 and later lose in a very close race
7. Tomas Vann (1896-1900) (4 years)
Although not well remembered today, Vann's biggest accomplishment was his revival and reinvention of the Center party's image
8. Äghel Düvel (1900-1904) (4 years)
9. Peter Brun (1904-1912) (8 years)
The first Right president. Well known for helping transform the Right party from one that gave the president almost unchecked power to a more modern Right party, although this transformation was far from finished by the end of his presidency and Brun was a very powerful president.
10. Konstantin Bermann (1912-1924) (12 years)
11. Geörge Hamurd (1924-1925) (1 year)
12. Luzi Maxund (1925-1928) (3 years)
13. Adam Havne (1928-1940, 1945-1948) (15 years)
14. Heinrich Steuben (1940-1945) (5 years)
A German Nazi who was placed in charge following the Nazi takeover of Thrinn. Had no personal relation to Thrinn and simply carried out all that he was told by the Nazis. Following the war's end, Steuben was put on trial and executed.
15. Sigúrd Jörgsund (1948-1952) (4 years)
Havne's vice president and successor following Havne's decision not to run in 1948. Easily won his first term but his term was marked by significant problems with rebuilding the Thrinn post-war economy and lost his reelection.
16. Valentin Haßel (1952-1956) (4 years)
Won following an extremely divisive election. Many of his promises to fix Thrinn's economy were either unable to be implemented or simply scrapped. By the end of his term, Haßel had record low approval ratings and he left politics following his term's end.
17. Pål Sjäfer (1956-1964) (8 years)
18. Franz Haga (1964-1968) (4 years)
It's generally agreed that Haga's center-left politics, while effective elsewhere, were out of touch with Thrinn's political atmosphere at the time which favored a mix of Socialism and Conservatism.
19. Sroðer Viter (1968-1972) (4 years)
Despite a close first round in the election, Viter won a huge landslide over Haga in the second round mainly due to the increased amount of protests, riots, and general acts of violence. Haßel saw a sharp increase in young voters towards his party, but Viter, on the heels of his claims that Haßel was ineffective in curbing violence, convinced older people to vote for him out of fear of the "degradation" the youth would bring
20. Justin Ågblödt (1972-1980) (8 years)
21. Maximíljian Franzsund (1980-1984) (4 years)
Perhaps nothing caused Franzsund to win the election than Ågblödt's decision to run again after having already been president for 8 years. Franzsund used Ågblödt's old age and length in office to portray him as out of touch. Franzsund won the election and no Thrinn president since has decided to run for a 3rd term since
22. Joħann Drakmann (1984-1988) (4 years)
23. Juli Mülner (1988-1996) (8 years)
24. Koraka Póhaku (1996-2004) (8 years)
25. Sjarlotte Mülner (2004-2012) (8 years)
26. Mark Úlfsund (2012-2016) (4 years)
27. Cärel Huerd (2016-)