The Internationale was an association of far-left oriented parties and organizations around the eWorld, created to help the development of socialism in all the countries. Its paramilitary wing was the Red Army. Its newspaper was l'Internationale.
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Member parties of the Internationale, as of Day 962 of the New World.
- Argentina - Bloque Socialista
- Australia- Australian Communist Party
- Brazil - ePCB
- Bosnia and Herzegovina - Radnička Partija eBiH
- Chile - Partido Rodriguista
- Czech Republic - Czech Socialist Party
- Finland - Punainen Yhteisrintama
- France - Koinmunauté Unie Libertaire
- Germany - Kommunistische Partei eDeutschland
- Greece - Libertarian Socialist Party
- Hungary - eKommunista Part
- India- Indian Workers Movement
- Indonesia- Partai Komunis eIndonesia
- Ireland - The Labour Party
- Italy- Partito Comunista Eitaliano
- Portugal - eBloco de Esquerda
- Portugal - Partido Revolucionário eComunista
- Russia - Communist Party - Soviet Union
- Spain - Partido Comunista de eEspaña
- Sweden - Militantsocialistiska Arbetarepartiet (Militant Socialistic Workers Party)
- Ukraine - Anarcho-Communists of Ukraine
- United Kingdom - People's Communist Party
- USA- Socialist Freedom Party
Former Member Parties
- Austria- Socialist Party of Austria
- Colombia- Partido Comunista de eColombia
- Croatia - Revolucionarni Pokret Radnika
- Denmark- Communist Party of Denmark
- Italy - Partito Trotzkista eItaliano
- Netherlands- The Workers' Party
- Netherlands- Communist Party of eNetherlands
- North Korea - North Korean Communist Party
- Philippines - Filipino Labor Party
- Slovakia - Slovak Socialist Party
Internationale Red Army
The Internationale's Red Army is a collaborative military effort of militias associated with the Internationale Military Committee.
- Moravia. August 4-5, 2010. This natural region of the Czech Republic had been occupied by Slovakia. At the request of member-party Czech Socialist Party, Red Army forces participated in helping to liberate it.
- South Korea. Summer, 2010. In response to an unprovoked attack on South Korea by Japan, forces associated with the Internationale fought to defend South Korean regions. Unsuccessful in preventing the Japanese assault, but helpful in rallying players to the cause of South Korean independence and self-determination.
Prior to formation of IMC
- Summer 2009. Far Eastern Russia. A number of leftist militias cooperated in a resistance war in Far Eastern Russia aimed at liberating the region from Indonesia. Although the "communist riot" was not successful militarily, it helped to encourage a movement that later did succeed in returning FER to Russia.