The Populist Republic of France, or simply, France (in French: Republique Française) is a sovereign republic localised in continental Europe and Africa. The current president of France is Antoine Gribelin, of the Union populiste des peuples de France (UPF), An extreme-right isolationist party.


France has existed since the Frankish kingdom defeated the Romans at Soissons, but the current government was established after the Third World War (In France it is often called "The Second World War"), when the Combined Allied Forces defeated Alfred Renoux's army.

When France joined the Second Spanish Succession War their economy was a total disaster, after the loss of the coal mines in Alsace-Lorraine to the Prussians in 1871 the jobless people became the majority of the population. Even though France managed to survive the war, barely holding, they gained many territories but the economy became even worse than before. This supported the rise of many radical ideologies.

Everything would lead to the French Civil War of 1894, when the Neo-Jacobins and the Anarchists fought for the control of the state. After the Anarchist victory the Neo-Jacobins fled to Great Britain, which would have an enormous impact in their politics.

With the Anarchists in power, the French economy saw an incredible time of expansion. The Anarchists decentralized the estate so much that "France as an entity" almost disappeared, with the local provinces almost becoming independent. This situation, made the population to leave the big cities and to live more and more in the countryside. Due to the decentralisation, the demand of products fell, and with it, the inflation, slowly the economy grew and the unemployment rate fell nearly to 0. The years between 1895 and 1935 became known as "The Anarchist Golden Age".

In June 1935 Alfred Renoux became French president, and although being of the Anarchist party decided to give an end to the Isolation and started the French international sphere of influence, mostly in Southern Asia and Africa. Renoux especially tried to bring anarchism to other countries, and had small success in it except in Germany, where after a military coup in 1946, Lutz Bönsch became elected Kanzler of Prussia, Bönsch expelled the Kaiser and became sole dictator of the country. Bönsch and Renoux instantly allied, forming the Lothringen pact and allowing both countries to control that province, showing the population that they had to be friends. the 1946-1957 period saw the expansion of Prussia, which became Germany again in 1954. Finally, when France forced Bavaria to join Germany. Bavaria joined the European Concordat and so, the war begun. Germany managed to invade Saxony and Austria and France navally invaded Great Britain. It all was going good for the pact until the United States and Japan joined the war. Using Norway as a base the European Concordat landed in the beaches of Scotland and England and stormed the land, reconquering and freeing the British. Meanwhile, The Savoyan republic joined the war in the Concordat team. Overwhelmed the Germans that were protecting the front and invaded France. Paris fell the 9th of December 1960 and Königsberg the 24th of April 1961, giving an end to the Third World War.

After the treaty of Rotterdam French and German territories were divided, France lost Brittany and Little Gaul, which gained independence with the name of Republic of Brittany. They also lost quite much land to Belgium and to the Savoyan Republic. The line that united Germany and France was established as free land for the European Concordat. 50 years later, in 2011, the lands would be returned to both countries.

After the Third World War France was forced to abandon Anarchism and became heavy influenced by the Populists of Savoy and Belgium, although being extreme-right, this party's aim isn't to conquer as much land as possible but to take control of the one they have.

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