Confederate Rebel Flag

"The Rebel Flag", "Dixie Flag", "The Southern Cross", the most popular of the numerous Confederate flags and used commonly to represent the Confederacy in general

Flag of the Confederate States of America (1861-1863)

"The Stars and Bars", the first official Confederate national flag

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Flag of the Confederate States of America (1865)

The Blood Stained Banner, the third and last official Confederate national flag

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The Confederate States of America, often abbreviated as the CSA, CS, The South or Dixie, was an independent proclaimed nation which existed in the southern United States and consisted of the 11 states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia plus 2 other states Kentucky and Missouri that while not officially part of the Confederacy per se did have pro-Confederate supporters and governments plus the Arizona Territory as claimed by the South. The Confederate States of America existed during the Civil War from 1861 until 1865 when it was brought back into the United States. No nation ever recognized the independence of the Confederacy although Britain and France did give it belligerent status. In the modern-day United States, the Confederate States has a controversial legacy of a failed rebellion which existed on the grounds of slavery and oppression of African Americans. Sometimes the Confederate States of America is defended on the principles of states' rights with limited government against a large centralized state or the Morrill Tariff (a tariff passed in 1861 which caused much controversy in Britain and even the South Carolina Secessionist Delegation and Senator Robert Toombs addressed the issue to their states). To this day though there exists statues of numerous Confederate soldiers and leaders such as Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and Jefferson Davis as well as streets, parks, and schools named after Confederate figures in cities in below and above the Mason-Dixon Line, some Southern states have incorporated the Confederacy onto there flags most notably: Mississippi (whose state flag has the popular Confederate battle flag incorporated), Georgia (whom most of its various flags have been based off the first Confederate flag such as the current 2003 flag while the 1956-2001 flag like Mississippi directly incorporated the battle flag), Alabama and Florida (both white flags with the red St. Andrew Cross from the Confederate battle flag incorporated), the cities of Montgomery, Alabama and Trenton, Georgia (whose flags are based off the Confederate battle flag) Arkansas (the flag envoking the battle flag with a red background with a blue and white diamond with stars), North Carolina (whose flag is based off the first Confederate flag, "The Stars and Bars"), and even the historically pro-Union state of Maryland (the flag of which includes the pro-Confederate Marylander secessionist "Crossland Banner" flag onto its state flag). There also pro-Confederate groups (labeled as "Neo-Confederate" or "Southern Nationalist") that promote the Confederacy in general these can range from non-racist heritage groups such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC), the Virginia Flaggers, the Confederate Society of America etc. to racist groups such as the Confederate Hammerskins branch of Hammerskin Nation, the Ku Klux Klan, the League of the South (LOS) etc.

Many but not all timelines feature a Confederate States of America winning the civil war as a POD. Confederate victory scenarios are a very popular subject in alternate history among fans of the genre and all deal with the consequences of an independent Confederacy post-Civil War and its relations with its neighbor the United States (aka the North, USA, US, The North, or America) and the rest of the world. Slavery in almost all scenarios is abolished by the Confederacy outright and the focus on the post-slavery racial relations between whites and blacks. Others feature an alternative Confederate States arising after the United States declines and balkanizes. The Confederate States of America is the POD of the Featured Timeline of A Southron World

Please place your alternative Confederate States below. If your Confederacy is the POD place the timeline in the first section, if your Confederacy is not the POD place it in the second section. Be creative!

Timelines where the Confederacy is the POD

Timelines where the Confederacy is featured