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International Union of Flecquist and Socialist States
The primary members of the SI in 1941 (dark green)
and co-belligerents and client states (light green)
Occupied client states:
Apelian colonial states:
Luepolan colonial states
|Historical era||Great War|
|5 May 1941|
|24 July 1947|
The Socialist Internationale (Apelian: Internationale Socialiste) was an economic union and later military alliance active during the first half of the 20th century. The union consisted primarily of Apelia, Granzery, Luepola, and Vorochia, among others, and was one of the two warring factions in the Great War. It fought against and was defeated by the Allied powers.