- United States: "Capitalists demand red endlessly. After all, it is the blood in the hearts of workers and soldiers which oils the gears of war. In this case, however, the world's largest economic superpower has bled itself white after repeatedly dashing itself against the jagged rocks of total war."
- Soviet Union: "Despite the age-old resolve of its ancient people and the fiery rhetoric of pan-global liberation for all, the USSR has failed to deliver its promises. Worn out and hungry, the Russian people have decided to end the war on their terms, not on those of their leaders."
- Germany: "Exhausted and ravaged by the titanic struggle of its leaders for dominance, the Third Reich has collapsed. A swift coup by disaffected generals has resulted in the top brass being replaced, ending the war for this long-suffering nation."
- British Empire: "Capitalists demand red endlessly. After all, it is the blood in the hearts of workers and soldiers which oils the gears of war. In this case, however, the British people have shed one drop of blood too many in the field of battle, and now cry out for peace at any cost."
"For all your dedication, resolve and zeal, your unwise excesses have brought your nation to the brink of economic apocalypse. Whether you survive this war or not remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: you have been deposed and your people, starving and prostrate, now face a new age of darkness as the thrall of a greater power on earth."