Welcome to Rocaterrania: Renaldo Kuhler

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Brett Ingram and Roger Manley

On the border between Canada and northern New York, just south of the St Lawrence River, lies a tiny nation of eastern European immigrants who share a rich culture and a tumultuous history. Fraught with political turmoil since its inception in the early 1930s, Rocaterrania has seen the rise and fall of empresses, czars, presidents, dictators and premieres, slowly developing from a monarchy into a democratic society. It's also a nation that is paradoxically fascist about individualism.

The oral and illustrated history of Rocaterrania is the sat