In 1776, the American Resistance Movement is violently put down by British regulars. The Continental Congress is summarily executed, and dreams of American Independence falter for almost 40 years. Then, in 1811, a new group of revolutionaries assemble, determined to topple British Rule. They are successful, and the United States of America is born. The colonial powers in the region, however, have succeeded at getting a much more secure foothold in the Americas, and the prospect of freedom is again threatened by the powers that be in Europe in the "present day" of 1936.
- United States of America
- Mexican Empire
- The Republic of Florida (French Commonwealth)
- Florida Territory (French)
- Native American Republics
- Western Canadia
- 23 Stars Over Trenton Massacre
- United States Revolution
- Mexican Revolution
- Franco-German War
- Russo-Mexican War
- Canadian Civil War
August 2- Washington and Continental Congress caught signing Declaration of Independence by British regulars. They are executed two days later.
September 6th- 23 Stars Over Trenton Massacre occurs
April 2nd- George III orders blockade around American ports.
April 3rd- December 4th- Riots break out in major Northern cities.
May 25th- French forces move into Georgia.
December 5-8th- General William Howe withdraws all British forces in the American Colonies to Quebec.
January 31st- France is sold the remainder of South Carolina for 150,000 Francs
August 24th- Mexican Empire recognized by Spain
June 7th- First Russo-Mexican War begins
January 12- Armistice signed between CCCP and Mexican Empire, border reconsolidated
January 14- Native American Republics Independence Day
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