Irish forces have taught the weak Dutch army a lesson. Prussian-Dutch forces are retreating on all fronts in no small part to the contributions of the glorious Irish nation. The most significant moment of the war was when a mere 90,000 Irish forces delayed 350,000 Dutch troops from participating elsewhere in the conflict, this courageous Irish effort allowed for a massive Russian breakthrough in Prussia, taking Berlin. Currently Irish forces, in concert with Gaelic rebels, have liberated many provinces from brutal Dutch occupation. The Irish government has relocated and fortified the Isle of Mann, and continues to inspire resistance throughout the Isles. Although Dutch occupation remains it is obvious that recent Russo-Swiss victories would have been impossible without the efforts of the Irish army. The friendship between Ireland and Brittany remains strong, from the court to the battlefield. Erin go Bragh!