In this timeline, the United Kingdom joins the Central Powers in World War II, on the side of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire, with strange and disastrous consequences.


World War One

In August 1914, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland joins the Great a Central Power. The British air force forms, and their already powerful navy expands. Throughout the war, almost every non-Central country fears for their life.

A worried United States attempts to send supplies to the French. However, the British quickly caught on. American ships were repeatedly bombed by British and German ships. The U.S. government is still reluctant about whether or not to enter the war (especially being surrounded by two British dominions), but eventually the Americans are angered enough to join. On November 1, 1916, the U.S. declares war on Great Britain and Germany.

At first, it would seem that the British were going to win. They were the most industrialized, powerful, and expansive empire in the world. However, the U.S. began to use Emancipation Tactics against Britain, promising independence to unsatisfied British colonies if they helped fight with the Allies in the war.

Despite quite a few attacks on the U.S. soil (mostly by Canadian forces), their plan worked. With their alliance with France, and various former British colonies such as India and South Africa, the British started to lose its stability from the inside. In late 1918, the United Kingdom surrendered.


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