Premier Cherdenko swarmed his forces across the European continent, forcing the Allies into retreat and surrendering Rome. Paris is also captured by the Soviets as the European Allies were forced into pockets of resistance. Great Britain now stands as the last Allied nation in Europe, not yet kneeling under the Soviet Union, as an armada of Soviet ships was spotted across the English Channel. - BCN in the beginning of Ride of the Red Menace (mission briefing).
The BCN's first appearance in the war. The organisation, reported that the USSR has driven all Allied forces and had overthrown, nearly all of Europe. Pictures were shown in, as the conquests of both Rome and Paris had turned into the Soviet jackboot. Great Britain, stands as the final Allied nation in Europe and a new Allied Commander (Red Alert 3) is forced out of military school and taken to the main Allied Headquarters in London.
Enemies and Reinforcements
They will both shall "cease to exist" and have divine destiny. That was Emperor Yoshiro in the interview to all Soviet and Allied leaders as the new faction declares war on them as a warning. - Both Yoshiro and BCN on declarating the Empire of the Rising Sun to war.
Premier Cherdenko and his right-hand man are imprisoned for war crimes against humanity as we reported that the statue of Lenin is brought down by Allied soldiers who had captured the city at the end of their mission. The Vice-President will like to say his words after being elected the new President. - BCN, at the Allied campaign's ending.
BCN, did the last statement that Cherdenko and his right hand man, had been captured in Leningrad and the US Vice President, said that Ackerman did have honour to all Allied forces on Earth. This was after, a tough battle as Cherdenko and Krukov were in prison. After the news, Bingham congratulated the Commander for the last time and he was delighted to see Eva McKenna in a white dress.
The BCN is a pun of the American TV program, NBC and the three white boxes, shown at the right side of the screen, is a reference to another British news organisation, the BBC.