On Bastille Day 1917, another Paris Commune

As summer continues, France has fallen into crisis both at home and abroad.  The collapse of the French front lines and tidal wave of revolutionary sentiment brought about by events in Russia intensifies the tumult. Half of the military has mutinied.  Abandoned by a navy that has fled to Portugal and armies defending Spain but not Marseilles, civilians feel betrayed. The […]

Dispatch from (Formerly) occupied Petrograd

Today Russian Minister of War Jack Rosenthal has resigned his post, accepting a position with the Nobel Family’s Branobel Oil Company in Baku. His demise illustrates the radicalizing direction of Russia’s Great Revolution. Earlier this Spring, with Russia’s military high command struggling to gain control on what remained of its front lines, the Petrograd Soviet of […]

Ferreira Doctrine Challenged, as Britain Blockades Europe

In recent months, Britain’s Admiralty has established a complete blockade over Europe’s Atlantic Coast.  King Jac Cohen’s navy has established a stranglehold of the seas that extends from Portugal and the Straits of Gibraltar in the south to the Norwegian coast.  In the interest of denying key provisions and resources to the Central Powers, Cohen’s government has […]

Red Rosa Imprisoned in Germany

In an effort to quell the growing unrest in Germany–demanding an end to both war and the food shortages that have accompanied it–the imperial government has imprisoned revolutionary political agitator Rosa Luxemburg. The equally creative and articulate Cheyenne Valenzuela will take over as leader of the Spartakusbund. Mr. Redden

Ireland Proclaims Republic, England Responds

In a maneuver with profound implications throughout Europe, rebels in Ireland have proclaimed a republic: We declare the right of the people of Ireland to the ownership of Ireland, and to the unfettered control of Irish destinies, to be sovereign and indefeasible. The long usurpation of that right by a foreign people and government has […]