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From the origins of the British Revolution in the turbulent 1920's, through the Revolutionary Period itself and into the decades beyond, Echoes of A New Tomorrow charts the history of the Commonwealth over its first forty years.

Follow the fate of the Revolution as it struggles to survive at home and abroad, as told by those who made it happen – and those who had to live with it – collected into four books:
  1. Class Against Class – From the last days of the United Kingdom to the birth of the Commonwealth. (1925–29)
  2. Popular Front – While the Revolution spreads beyond Britain, bringing Europe to the brink of war, enemies within try to seize the new state for their own gain. (1929–45)
  3. Revision – Clandestine political battles put the Revolution on a dangerous new course, while troubles abroad threatens to overturn the world order. (1945–56)
  4. New Left – In the shadow of global crisis, hardliners and reformists battle for the future of the Commonwealth. There is a world to win – so long as no one presses the nuclear button. (1956–69)
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A sequel is currently in development, titled After the Echo: Crisis and Renewal in the Commonwealth of Britain, taking the timeline from 1969 to 1993. It is expected to start in the second half of 2021.

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