1871, Hemyng , S. B. , The Commune in London 

Bracebridge Hemyng (1871) The Commune in London : or, Thirty years hence : a chapter of anticipated history, London : C.H. Clark. The Commune in London: A Chapter of Anticipated History (1871) by S B Hemyng, who describes, with a wealth of detail, the ravages and crimes committed in the good city of London by a bloodthirsty working class mob led by demonic female insurgents and secretly controlled by agents of the International. [International Socialism quoting Utopia Ltd. Ideologies of Social Dreaming in England 1870-1900 by Matthew Beaumont]. The Commune in London, or Thirty Years Hence: A Chapter of Anticipated ...
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1886, Anonymous , The Great Irish Rebellion of 1886 

Anonymous (1886) The Great Irish Rebellion of 1886. Retold by a Landlord. It is hardly surprising, then, that writers of the 1880s, fired by the growing nationalist sensibility, tried to anticipate the possible results of a breakaway from the United Kingdom. The twenty years before the reform of local government (1898) which gave Irish Catholics positions of power in the newly established county councils (the franchise in the British state had been extended gradually between 1832 and 1918) saw a real explosion of utopian novels projecting a different future under a national Irish government. Many of them were published anonymously, ...
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1910, Le Queux, W. , The Unknown Tomorrow 

William Le Queux (1910) The Unknown Tomorrow: How the Rich Fare at the Hands of the Poor The horrors of a socialist revolution in 1935. In a novel entitled The Unknown Tomorrow, he [Le Queux] presented a nightmare vision of England in 1935, ruled by socialism, with mobs sacking London and burning temples of high culture such as the British Museum and and the Bodleian Library. [David Stafford (2013) The Silent Game, p.34] ...
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