Westarctica in the Media

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Story about Calsahara and Grand Duke Travis in the French magazine "Snatch" in December 2010

There have been over a dozen mentions of both Calsahara and Westarctica in the Media since the first mention occurred in 2004. This list is not comprehensive or all inclusive and many web-based mentions have been incidentally excluded.

Press reports mentioning Westarctica / Calsahara

  • The Somaliland Times - 2005 - "Born to rule"
  • Snatch - December 2010 - "Society Dossier: Micronation"
  • Revue 21 - Spring 2013 - "Les confettis du monde"
  • Wired - 18 November 2014 - "The World's Tiniest Countries and the Eccentrics Who Rule Them"
  • The Independent - 30 November 2014 - "Meet the micronation builders: Self-appointed leaders have created independent territories, complete with flags, anthems and crowns"
  • Associated Press - 10 April 2015 - "Itty, bitty (fake) nations to unfurl flags, royal doodads"
  • NPR - 10 April 2015 - "Tiny Territories Mingle At MicroCon; Passports Optional"
  • Daily Mail - 10 April 2015 - "Welcome to Broslavia? Self-proclaimed presidents, kings and dukes that claim territory from Reno to Antarctica will gather for Micronation convention"
  • LA Magazine - 8 December 2015 - "California’s Only Dictator Rules a Tiny Fake Nation in the Middle of Nowhere"
  • Reader's Digest - April 2016 - "God Bless Molossia: A Look at the Secret ‘Micronations’ Hidden on U.S. Soil"
  • Conde Nast Traveler - 27 October 2016 - "After running a country for 15 years, he hopes to see it someday"
  • Gazette Review - 15 April 2017 - "10 Micro Nations You Didn’t Know Existed"
  • Travelbook.de - 17 January 2018 - "Mikronation hat 1500 Bürger, aber keiner lebt dort"
  • Sur - 1 November 2018 - "Westarctica abre una embajada en Nerja"
  • TravelBook.de - 15 January 2019 - "So wurde ich Baronin einer Mikronation mit 2300 Bürgern"
Article in Sur newspaper about the opening of Westarctica's consulate in Nerja

Books mentioning Westarctica / Calsahara