John Murphy (1862-1925) was born in London and grew, his passion for adventure led him to the formerly Austro-Hungarian Empire where he would cement his place in world history. His legacy and life's work is his personal documentary of the cataclysmic events of 1881, service in the Seventy Weeks War, birth of the rise of the Millenary Republic and the new world we now live in. He later emigrated to the United States, documenting life in New York City for several years until his passing away in Lincoln, Connecticut. Fifty years onward, this retrospective are a serves as both a narrative of his life and also the rebirth of the Diluvian people.
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Created using Midjourney and Photoshop.