What might have been:
The history of the victory of the Confederate States of America
Events bringing the United Kingdom into the war
On April 6, 1862 the leader of the KGC (Knights of the Golden Circle) George W. L. Bickley met with Confederate President Jefferson Davis, Vice President Alexander H. Stephens, and Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin to plan a way to pull the United Kingdom into the war in favor of the Confederacy. George Bickley devised a plan to send undercover agents into the U.S. portraying Union officers and to attack Canada making the U.K. declare war on the U.S.
On June 18, 1862 John Wilkes Booth under the alias Captain Gabriel Morgan III arrives for his command of the cavalry unit outside of Lockport, NY close to the Eire Canal. On July 1, 1862 Lambdin P. Milligan under the alias Colonel John Adams McGregor reaches a cavalry outpost in the Washington Territory 25 miles north of the community of Seattle.
On August 3, 1862 Booth and Milligan tell the troops under them that a British ship attacked and sank a U.S. ship in the Atlantic on July 5, 1862. They were to raid settlements in Canada the following day. In the early morning before dawn on August 4, 1862 Booth leads 500 men across the Eire Canal and attacks the town of Hamilton, Ontario killing over 200 civilians and troops before heading back across the border. On the same day Milligan leads 450 men across the border to attack the town of Hope, British Columbia killing over 120 troops and civilians before recrossing the border.
The French and British intervention in the American Civil War
The U.K. declared war on the U.S. on August 10, 1862, and France declared war as well on August 24, 1862. On August 21, 1862 Queen Victoria ordered Rear Admiral Sir Alexander Milne to set up a blockade of the U.S. east coast as well as attacking U.S. warships blockading the C.S.A. On September 3, 1862 Lieutenant General Sir William Fenwick Williams sent troops over the border into Maine after receiving orders from Queen Victoria. Napoleon III of France ordered Élie Frédéric Forey the commanding general of the French expeditionary corps in Mexico to send three regiments into the U.S. in support of the C.S.A. on September 7, 1862.
President Lincoln ordered Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan to send half of his army under Maj. Gen Ambrose Burnside north to fight the British invading through Maine on September 11, 1862. After losing half his troops under President Lincoln’s order Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan loses the Battle of Antietam to Gen. Robert E. Lee on September 17, 1862. On October 9, 1862 French Gen. François Achille Bazaine defeated brevet major general James Henry Carleton at the Battle of Fort Bowie.
On October 26, 1862 after receiving reinforcements Lieutenant General Sir William Fenwick Williams completely occupies Maine and invades New Hampshire. Gen. Lee successfully defeats the Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Philadelphia. Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson keeps West Virginia from seceding from Virginia after completing the Campaign of West Virginia in December of 1862. French Gen. François Achille Bazaine and Confederate Gen. Henry Hopkins Sibley win the Battle of Santa Fe on December 31, 1862 and burn most of the town.
Maj. Gen. Henry Wager Halleck orders newly promoted Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman to command the campaign to cut Canada in half by marching an army of 50,000 north to the Hudson Bay on January 3, 1863. Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson’s and Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, Sr.’s armies lay siege to Pittsburgh on January 27, 1863. On February 12, 1863 the governor of the New Mexico Territory Henry Connelly secedes the entire New Mexico Territory to the C.S.A even though only half is controlled by the allies.
Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman begins the Hudson Bay Campaign on February 25, 1863 when he wins the Battle of the St. Lawrence River and begins to push northward. Lieutenant General Sir William Fenwick Williams encircles Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans and forces him to surrender his army after the Battle of Boston that lasted from March 3-9, 1863. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant is given command of the entire union army after his major victory over Gen. James Longstreet in the Battle of Lexington in Kentucky on April 1, 1863.
Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson’s and Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, Sr.’s armies enter Pittsburgh on April 23, 1863 after nearly three months of laying siege to it. Maj. On May 5, 1863 Gen. William T. Sherman wins the Battle of Abitibi-Témiscamingue reaching the halfway point on his march to Hudson Bay. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant takes the capital of Kentucky in the Battle of Frankfort on May 12, 1863.
Gen. Robert E. Lee defeats Gen. George G. Meade’s Army of the Potomac on May 25, 1863 in the Battle of the Roanoke River, Gen. George G. Meade dies of wounds on May 26, 1863. Gen. Jackson’s army leaves Pittsburgh on June 2, 1863 heading southeast towards Kentucky and Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner’s army heads north towards Lake Eire. Lieutenant Gen. Sir William Fenwick Williams begins a force march into Quebec to reach Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman’s army on June 30, 1863.
French Gen. François Achille Bazaine and Confederate Gen. Henry Hopkins Sibley defeat Gen. John Potts Slough in the Battle of the Rio Grande on July 5, 1863 in southern Colorado. Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman reaches the southern tip of the Hudson Bay, the James Bay on July 18, 1863 occupying Fort Rupert without a fight. Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner’s army enters the city of Erie on July 26, 1863. On August 1, 1863 Lieutenant Gen. Sir William Fenwick Williams reaches the St. Lawrence River.
The armies of Gen. James Longstreet and Gen. Robert E. Lee combine in Lexington, Kentucky and begin to march toward Gen. Grant in Frankfort on August 9, 1863. Learning of the march toward his position by the combined armies of Gen. James Longstreet and Gen. Robert E. Lee, Gen. Grant leaves Frankfort and marches north toward Covington, Kentucky on August 11, 1863. Lieutenant Gen. Sir William Fenwick Williams reaches the Nord-du-Québec region on September 8, 1863.
Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman leaves Fort Rupert on September 11, 1863 and heads for Quebec City. Gen. Grant is trapped in Covington, Kentucky by the armies of Gen. James Longstreet and Gen. Robert E. Lee to the south and the army of Gen. Jackson to the north on September 12, 1863. Kentucky officially secedes from the union and joins the C.S.A on September 17, 1863.
On October 2-5, 1863 the armies of Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman and Lieutenant Gen. Sir William Fenwick Williams fight the Battle of Quebec ending in the surrender of Gen. Sherman and his army. The bloodiest battle of the war end with Gen. Grant surrenders to Gen. Jackson, James Longstreet and Gen. Robert E. Lee on October 7, 1863 after the Battle of Covington and more than 60,000 casualties. President Lincoln agrees to an armistice with France, the U.K., and the C.S.A. on October 15, 1863.
Peace Treaty, Recognition and Reconstruction
On October 16, 1863 the governments of France, the U.K., and the U.S.A. officially recognize the Confederate States of America. The U.S. accepted the peace terms from the allied nations giving most of the state of Maine, the Washington Territory, and the Montana Territory to the U.K. The U.S. accepted the peace terms with the Confederacy of the recognition of all states seceded into the C.S.A, the Indian Territory, all of the New Mexico Territory except what was east of the Colorado River, and parts of Kansas south of the Arkansas River.
The C.S.A agrees to help the French in conquering Mexico by sending one division of troops under Gen. Henry Hopkins Sibley for 18 months starting at the beginning of 1864. President Davis signs the Reconstruction Act of 1864 to help put much of the countries money towards rebuilding the destruction caused by the Confederate War of Independence. Gen. Henry Hopkins Sibley returns from Mexico in 1866 to a heroes welcome after helping the French overthrow the Mexican Republic and enthroning Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph as the emperor of the 2nd Mexican Empire.
By the end of 1866 most of the damage to Confederate cities was fixed. In January of 1867 Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson is appointed chief of General Staff after Gen. Robert E. Lee retires from the army to run in the election of 1867 for president of the C.S.A.. In November of 1867 Robert E. Lee and his running mate Joseph E. Johnston win by overwhelming votes over Jubal Anderson Early and Simon Bolivar Buckner to become the 2nd president of the C.S.A..
Industrial Revolution of the Confederacy, Fallen Heroes and Land Gains
On March 4, 1868 Robert Edward Lee takes the oath of office in front of the executive mansion in Richmond, Virginia in front of a crowd of over 20,000. President Lee meets with army Gen. Jackson and navy Adm. Franklin Buchanan and discusses how to modernize the Confederacies Armed Forces. Beginning in the fall of 1868 the Confederate Navy began to build new broadside and turret ironclad warships and increasing the size of its navy by 50%. Around the same time the Confederate Army began to search for a firearm to replace its U.S. made Spencer Repeating Rifle, modernize its equipment, and strengthen its size in the western frontier of the country.
On September 19, 1869 after six months of negotiating the C.S.A purchases the island of Cuba from Spain for 3 million. Six months later on March 12, 1870 the C.S.A. purchases Russian Alaska for 7 milllion. When the Franco-Prussia War broke out on July 19, 1870 the C.S.A. remains officially neutral but embargoed all trade with Prussia and other German state at war with France, straining relations with the German states.
On September 28, 1870 President Lee suffered a stroke leaving him without the ability to speak. On October 12, 1870 the nation woke to hear the shocking news that their great General President Robert Edward Lee died shortly before 9:00 AM from the affects of pneumonia. Vice President Joseph E. Johnston was visiting his home in Farmville, Virginia when he heard the news of Lee’s death, and quickly left to head back to Richmond to be sworn in as president.
At 10:35 AM on October 15, 1870 Joseph E. Johnston was sworn in as the 3rd president of the C.S.A.. President Johnston’s first order of business after being sworn in was to admit the Arizona and New Mexico Territories as states of the Confederacy on October 31, 1870 making them the 13th and 14th states in the C.S.A.. On May 21, 1871 President Johnston improves the relations with the United States when he lets New Mexico and the South Kansas Territory vote to choose which nation it wants to be with. New Mexico votes to stay in the C.S.A., but the South Kansas Territory votes to return to the U.S.
In April of 1872 Gen. Jackson comes to an agreement with the British ambassador to the C.S.A., to purchase the design of the British infantry rifle the Martini-Henry Mk I–IV to be built in the Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond. In 1873 the Confederate armed forces adopt the horizontal sliding block in building all there future artillery and naval pieces.
Border Disputes, War and Strained Alliances
In November of 1874 Tennessean Dewitt Clinton Senter is beats Nathan Bedford Forrest in the race for the presidency. President Senter admits Cuba and Oklahoma (Indian Territory) as the 15th and 16th states of the C.S.A. on July 10, 1876. In 1877 the Indian people of the Five Civilized Tribes are given full citizenship to the C.S.A. to help with C.S., Indian relations. From 1878-1880 the Confederacy fought the bloody Confederate-Indian War when the Comanche and Apache people rose up and left their reservations in a desperate attempt to retake some of their native lands. By the end of the war more than 95% of the Comanche and Apache people and 5000 Confederates were killed.
In November of 1880 Georgian James Milton Smith beat out Louisiana man Francis Redding Tillou Nicholls for the 5th presidency bid for the Confederacy. In the summer of 1881 large amounts of silver is discovered in Cochise County and in the Bradshaw Mountains in Arizona. With the discovery of gold in southwestern Arizona, Emperor Salvador de Iturbide y Marzán of Mexico begins the dispute with the C.S.A. over Mexico’s former territory purchased in the Gadsden Purchase, saying that since the area didn’t belong to the U.S. anymore it should still be part of Mexico.
In the spring of 1882 Mexican troops are sent to the border of Sonora and the C.S.A. south of Tombstone, Arizona. After hearing of this President Smith dispatches one artillery regiment equipped with newly purchased French De Bange 155mm cannons to the Sonora border. Hearing of this the French President Jules Grévy being strong allies with both countries strongly urges the to nations to work the dispute out diplomatically.
The Mexican War of 1882
Believing since France help create the 2nd Mexican Empire, French President Jules Grévy would side with Mexico in a war to reclaim former land, on June 3, 1882 Emperor Marzán sent a telegraph to the Mexican ambassador in Richmond asking him to write out a declaration of war and to give to President Smith by 9:00 AM on June 4, 1882. At 9:05 AM Mexican soldiers attacked Gen. John S. Mosby’s A regiment out of the Army of Arizona’s 1st Camel Corps at the Battle of Charleston, Arizona.
After getting the declaration of war from the Mexican ambassador and hearing of the attack at Charleston, Arizona, President Smith declares war on the Empire of Mexico and sends Gen. Arthur P. Bagby, Jr. in command of the Army of Texas in Austin to assist the Armies of Arizona and New Mexico on June 6, 1882. On June 9, 1882 Gen. Waller T. Patton leaves out from Tucson to join Gen. Mosby before heading into northern Mexico. On June 15, 1882 Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith leads the Army of New Mexico out of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
On June 18, 1882 the Gen. Patton defeats Gen. Mariano Escobedo at the Battle of Sonoyta. After taking over Sonoyta Gen. Patton leaves on June 20, 1882 and heads south down the coast. On June 20, 1882 Gen. Miguel Miramón marches into lightly defended El Paso, Texas and occupies it. On July 2, 1882 Gen. Smith pushes Gen. Tomás Mejía out of Nogales after the Battle of Nogales.
After being pushed out of Sonoyta Gen. Mariano Escobedo sets up defenses in the town of Caborca just in time to hold off Gen. Patton in the 1st Battle of Caborca on July 8, 1882, Gen. Patton lays siege to Caborca. On July 16, 1882 Gen. Smith wins the Battle of Cananea against Gen. Tomás Mejía killing the General leaving it under the command of Colonel Victoriano Huerta.
Gen. Bagby, Jr. arrives at El Paso ordering Gen. Miramón to surrender, the general answers by firing his artillery into the confederate officers killing three and injuring eight more including Gen. Bagby, Jr. but not seriously on August 10, 1882. After that Gen. Bagby, Jr. lays siege to El Paso. On August 15, 1882 Emperor Marzán asks French President Jules Grévy for support in pushing the Confederate States out of the empire but the president refuses to support either side and breaks trade with both nations.
President Smith holds a meeting with the Confederate Congress to propose passing a bill allowing any physically fit black male slave between the ages of 16 and 45 to be allowed to enter the military under white NCO’s and officers for three years or in a time of war until the war is over in exchange for themselves and their wives and children’s freedom on September 1, 1882. On September 8, 1882 the Siege of Caborca is won when Gen. Mariano Escobedo surrenders to Gen. Patton. After taking command after Gen. Mejía was killed in Battle of Cananea newly promoted commanding officer Gen. Victoriano Huerta retreats his army into San Nicolás de Carretas, Chihuahua and begins to build up defences in and around the city on September 18, 1882.
On October 3, 1882 the Confederate Congress passes the bill to allow 15,000 male slaves to enter the C.S. Armed forces as an experiment. By October 20, 1882 all 15,000 slots of the experiment are filled. Gen. Patton enters Hermosillo the capitol of Sonora on October 25, 1882 designating himself as the military governor of the state. On November 11, 1882 the Confederate Congress votes to bring Sonora into the Confederacy as the 17th state of the C.S.A giving the Confederacy a Pacific Ocean port.
On November 20, 1882 Gen. Fitzhugh Lee brings the 1st regiment of 5,000 negro soldiers to the outskirts of El Paso on the eve of the Battle for El Paso to see how they fare in combat. In the early morning of November 21, 1882 the Battle for El Paso begins with Fitzhugh’s 1st Negro Infantry Regiment in the first assault before dawn. By the end of the first day the C.S. soldiers had pushed halfway into the city and Fitzhugh’s 1st Negro Infantry Regiment had lost over 2,250 men but was praised by both Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Gen. Bagby, Jr. as some of the hardest fighting and most disciplined troops in the battle. On November 24, 1882 Gen. Miramón is killed ending the Battle for El Paso after negro troops rush Miramón’s headquarters in city hall.
After hearing of the extreme bravery of Fitzhugh’s 1st Negro Infantry Regiment President Smith and the Confederate Congress up the negro troop levels from 15,000 to 100,000 on December 1, 1882. On December 23, 1882 Gen. Smith learns of Gen. Victoriano Huerta’s army entrenched in San Nicolás de Carretas, Chihuahua Smith moves his army toward San Nicolás de Carretas, Chihuahua. On January 3, 1883 President Smith offers Emperor Marzán surrender terms but he refuses the terms of recognizing the C.S.A.’s claim to the state of Sonora.
On January 27, 1883 Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Gen. Bagby, Jr. begin to march south towards the capitol of Chihuahua. Gen. Victoriano Huerta’s scouts bring word that Gen. Smith's army is ten miles NW of their location on February 5, 1883. Gen. Smiths army moves within two miles of Gen. Victoriano Huerta’s position and begin shelling it with their French De Bange 155mm cannons on February 7, 1883 but Huerta’s men have dug deep trenches and bomb proofs all throughout San Nicolás de Carretas.
On February 10, 1883 Gen. Smith orders his troops to commence attack and drive Huerta’s army out of San Nicolás de Carretas. But by the end of February 12, 1883 Gen. Smith learns that Gen. Huerta’s massive trenches all over the town has only got his men into the outskirts of town with over 5000 dead as of then. Finally on February 18, 1883 Gen. Smith learns that Gen. Huerta has asked to meet with him and discuss surrender. On February 19, 1883 Gen. Huerta surrenders to Gen. Smith leaving no major military presence in northern Mexico.
On February 27, 1883 Mexican and Confederate officials sign the Treaty Of Washington, in Washington, D.C. ending The Mexican War of 1882.
Peace, New Land and Modernization
As with the terms of the Treaty Of Washington the Mexican Empire relinquished all claims to Chihuahua, Sonora, the Baja Peninsula and recognizes the Republic of Yucatán. President Smith orders the construction of the Mexican War of 1882 war memorial in 1884 to honor the 25,000 + military deaths (counting negro deaths). In 1886 Edmund Kirby Smith beat out James Longstreet to be the 6th President of the C.S.A. President Smith meets with the Confederate Congress in 1888 to discuss the question of abolishing slavery in the C.S.A.. In 1889 the Confederate Navy begins working on the Buchanan-class battle ships (the C.S. copy of the British pre-dreadnought Royal Sovereign class battleship) named after Adm. Franklin Buchanan. Starting in 1890 the Confederate Secretary of Agriculture got a bill passed to start modernizing the C.S.A.’s agriculture system.
In 1891 President Smith hears of the attack on French Indochina by the Empire of Japan. President Smith doesn’t declare war on Japan since France didn’t offer military support in The Mexican War of 1882, but does break all trade agreements with Japan. After seeing the usefulness of submarine warfare in Franco-Japanese War President Smith orders the Confederate Department of the Navy to begin building the Dixon-class submarine, (named after George E. Dixon Commander of the HL Hunley).
In 1892 Fitzhugh Lee wins the 7th presidential seat over Cullen Andrews Battle. After President Lee takes office his first bill passed is to abolish slavery in the C.S.A., negroes still are not allowed to be citizens of the C.S.A. unless they serve three years of service in the Confederate Armed Forces in 1892. In 1894 the Baja Peninsula becomes the state of Baja, 18th state in the C.S.A..
In 1895 a civil war breaks out in the Mexican Empire, President Lee sends a division of troops armed with the new Maxim machine guns to help the Emperor win the civil war. After hearing of the Japanese victory over Spain and the Netherlands in the Dutch/Spanish-Japanese War giving them the Dutch East Indies and Spanish East Indies President Lee, worried about the Aleutian Islands in Confederate Alaska sends 100,000 troops and a fleet of warships and submarines to Alaska.
Thousands immigrate to Alaska when gold is discovered in 1896. In 1898 former Admiral Henry Glass won the 8th presidential seat over Cuban Máximo Gómez. After the victory of imperial troops in the Mexican civil war, President Glass returns Chihuahua to Mexico as a sign of friendship in 1900.
New Century, Powershifts and World War
Texas’s economy booms during the discovery of oil at Spindletop in 1901.In 1903 the Confederate Atlantic Fleet leaves Norfolk, Virginia on a voyage around the world to prove to the worlds great powers that it has blue water capabilities and is a great power of its own. In 1904 Texan Thomas Mitchell Campbell wins the 9th presidential seat over Samuel Willis Tucker Lanham. A major oil strike is made in Texas in the spring of 1905 giving the C.S.A. a major economic boom.
The Confederate Atlantic Fleet arrives in Norfolk, Virginia after circumnavigating the world proving the C.S.A.'s status as a great power in the fall 1905. After discussing the plan the U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt and C.S. President Campbell they buy land through central Panama and start a joint C.S/U.S crew begins to develop the Panama Canal in 1906. In 1908 the C.S. President Campbell, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, and Mexican Emperor Agustín de Iturbide y Green develop the North American Alliance.
After 2 years of talks President Campbell gets British King Edward VII to return Maine to the U.S.in 1909. In the election for the 10th presidential seat Newton D. Baker defeats Woodrow Wilson in 1910. On July 28, 1914 the central power nations the German, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman Empires declare war on the entente powers of the Russian Empire, France and the United Kingdom.
The Great War
As the Great War erupted throughout Europe President Baker and the Confederate Congress to decide whether or not to assist their allies in the war against the central powers on July 30, 1914. On August 21, 1914 the Confederate Congress voted to wait five months to see how the war goes and to ready the army in case Confederate intervention is necessary. In January 1915 the C.S.A. declared war on the central powers. President Baker ordered the mobilization of 250,000 troops to be sent to the eastern front via the Trans-Siberian Railway after receiving permission from Czar Nicholas II of Russia on February 1, 1915. On February 7, 1915 the Confederate Atlantic and Gulf Fleets leave for Europe to help suppress the central powers.
The first 100,000 troops leave for Russia from Tijuana on March 2, 1915, the other 150,000 will be gone by the end of March. On April 5, 1915 the Confederate Atlantic and Gulf Fleets arrive at Cork, Ireland. On May 3, 1915 the 1st Confederate troops begin arriving in Moscow. On May 20, 1915 the U.S.A. declares war on Germany.
The 1st 50,000 Confederate troops reach the front to assist Russia in pushing back the Gorlice–Tarnów Offensive in late May 1915. In June 1915 C.S. forces help the Russians decimate the Polish forces in the Battle of Konary. C.S troops help in the Sventiany Offensive in August-September, 1915.
On November 5, 1915 the C.S.A. purchases from the U.K. the Mark 1 tank design. On December 15, 1915 the C.S Marine Corps launch a daring seaborne Invasion of Danzig as the C.S. and Russian armies begin pushing towards Danzig across the land. On January 7, 1916 the Battle of East Prussia is a major allied victory. On February 3, 1916 the U.S. declared war on the central power nations.
The 1st C.S. tanks begin reaching the front line in March of 1916. With a line of 150 tanks the C.S led Galicia Offensive against Austria-Hungary began on April 16, 1916. On May 2, 1916 the Galicia Offensive is a Russo-Confederate victory setting the allies up for the pushes on Prague and Moravia.
On May 27, 1916 the C.S begin the Battle for West Prussia and the Russians begin the Battle for Posen. C.S. troop levels in Europe reach one million on June 16, 1916. The Russo-Confederate army in Austria-Hungary start the Prague and Moravia Offensives on July 1, 1916. On July 25, 1916 Russia and the C.S.A win the Battles of West Prussia and Posen.
Austria-Hungary surrenders on August 14, 1916 Russo-Confederate armies are victorious in the Prague and Moravia Offensives. The Ottoman Empire surrenders on November 19, 1916 leaving the German Empire the only nation still fighting the allies. Virginian Woodrow Wilson is elected the 11th president in 1916 of the C.S.A. promising to completely defeat Germany and bring home the troops. The German Empire starts the Posen Offensive to push back the Russo-Confederate armies on December 26, 1916.
On January 31, 1917 the German Empires Posen Offensive is pushed back. In February 1917 Russia plunges into the Russian Revolution. To help Russia quell the revolution the C.S.A. pulls 300,000 troops from the front. By March 1917 the allies on the Western Front had fully occupied the Rhine, Palatinate, Baden, and had liberated Alsace Lorraine. The C.S. led Brandenburg Campaign starts on April 16, 1917, and the Russian led Conquest of Silesia began on April 27, 1917.
C.S. and Russian artillery come close enough to Berlin to begin bombarding the city on June 3, 1917. Confederate forces win the Battle for Berlin on July 18, 1917. On August 8, 1917 the German Emperor Wilhelm II requests armistice from the allies officially ends the war.
With the Great War over the C.S.A. sends 100,000 more troops to help Russia in its revolution in September 1917. On December 29, 1917 Confederate troops storm Vladimir Lenin’s holdout killing Vladimir Lenin in the process. Most of the members of the Red Revolution start to crumble after Lenin’s death ultimately ending the Russian Revolution and Civil War in March 1918.
Peace, Economic Boom and the Great Depression
After the collapse of the Russian Revolution, and the German, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman Empires, the C.S.A. emerges from the Great War as a world power. The Russian Empire stays a world power annexing East Prussia and Poland from the German Empire, and Czechoslovakia from Austria-Hungary. The outbreak of the 1918 flu pandemic leaves millions of dead all over the Confederacy.
When prohibition occurs in the U.S. in 1919, many poor Confederate farmers become rich selling illegal alcohol across the border into the U.S.. Many throughout the world become rich in the economic boom throughout most of the 1920’s.
In 1922 Park Trammell becomes the 12th president of the Confederacy. Sidney Johnston Catts from Alabama becomes the 13th president of the C.S.A. in 1928. On October 29, 1929 “Black Tuesday” the economic boom that the world became use to throughout the 1920’s abruptly ended when the stock market crashes, starting the Great Depression.
By 1932 millions of people all over the Confederacy and the world are unemployed. The shanty towns in the C.S.A. come to be called Cattown’s. Texan John Nance Garner is elected the 14th president of the C.S.A. in 1934 pledging to end the Great Depression.
In 1935 the Confederacy goes from the Gold to Silver Standards. President Garner signs the “Waterway Act” to make jobs for hundreds of people to begin building dams along the rivers in the C.S.A., also giving electricity to thousands of people. Throughout the rest of his presidency President Garner developed hundreds of jobs from building highways to mechanizing agriculture. By the end of the 1930’s the Confederacies economy was getting back to normal.
In 1940 Oklahoman William Henry Davis Murray is elected the 15th president of the C.S.A.. On August 6, 1940 the Russian Empire grants independence to the Kingdom of Poland. On April 14, 1941 Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler invaded the Kingdom of Poland. Between April 15 and April 25, 1941 the Russian Empire, France and the United Kingdom declared war on Germany.
Even though the Confederacy's allies were at war with Germany, the C.S.A. declared itself neutral in this new Great War. On July 9, 1941, fearing invasion by Japan the Kingdom of Hawaii asked the Confederacy to be its protectorate. President Murray signed the Hawaii protection bill on August 8, 1941.
On September 15, 1941 Italy enters the war on the side of Germany when it invades the Russian occupied Balkan lands. In Berlin the leaders or ambassadors from Germany, Italy and the Empire of Japan sign the Tripartite Pact aligning themselves militarily on October 29, 1941. In the early morning hours of December 7, 1941 the Imperial Japanese Navy and Army launch a surprise invasion of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
The Pacific War
After losing contact with the Kingdom of Hawaii the President Murray dispatches Admiral Chester W. Nimitz with the 1st Pacific Fleet to the islands to investigate on December 9, 1941. On January 27, 1942 the 1st Pacific Fleet arrived 20 miles of the coast of Maui. After sending planes off the the fleets two carriers (CSS Lexington and CSS Phoenix) to scout the island the battleship CSS Richmond is struck by a volley of four torpedoes sinking her in minutes. Moments later Adm. Nimitz receives distress calls from the scout planes saying they were being overwhelmed with Japanese fighter planes and anti-aircraft guns. Adm. Nimitz then realized he’d sailed into an ambush.
Before Adm. Nimitz could retreat far enough from shore to ease the pressure from Maui, the 1st Pacific Fleet had lost three more destroyers, two cruisers, the CSS Lexington, and the CSS Phoenix had been badly damaged. President Murray hears word on February 1, 1942 of the Japanese attack on the 1st Pacific Fleet. The Confederacy declares war on the Empire of Japan on February 4, 1942. On February 10, 1942 German Albert Einstein meets with President Murray offering to create an atomic bomb .
Adm. Nimitz arrived at Tijuana on March 12, 1942 for repairs and refitting. The United Kingdom is pulled into the Pacific War after Japan invades New Zealand and Australia on March 19, 1942. After being completely refitted Adm. Nimitz heads towards Hawaii with 100,000 Marines and Army troops on April 2, 1942. President Murray tells Albert Einstein that he may develop the atomic bomb only if he never reveals the way to build it to any other nation on May 2, 1943. On May 17, 1942 Confederate Marine General Alexander Vandegrift starts the Hawaiian Islands Campaign after landing 50,000 marines in the Invasion of Maui. Japan invades the Aleutian Islands in Confederate Alaska on June 3, 1942. After learning of the invasion of the Aleutian Islands President Murray sends General Alexander Patch to Alaska to drive the Japanese out on June 6, 1942.
By June 19, 1942 Gen. Vandegrift successfully occupies the islands of Maui, LānaʻI, Kahoʻolawe, and Molokaʻi in the Hawaiian Campaign. On July 3, 1942 Confederate Gen. George Smith Patton III and the 2nd Armored Division reach southern New Zealand. President Murray names Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower commander of all Confederate forces and sends his competitor Gen. Douglas MacArthur to Australia to command the allied forces against Japanese forces occupying Queensland and the Northern Territory on July 21, 1942.
Gen. Vandegrift successfully retakes the islands of HawaiʻI, Oʻahu, and KauaʻI by August 17, 1942. Gen. Patton wins the Battle of Nelson pushing Japan off of the South Island, New Zealand on September 7, 1942. On October 23, 1942 Gen. MacArthur wins the Battle of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, Australia making the Japanese retreat to Tennant Creek, Northern Territory. Gen. Patton successfully commands the Invasion of Whanganui on the North Island of New Zealand on November 19, 1942. The Hawaiian islands of Ni'hau, Nihoa, Necker, and the French Frigate Shoals are successfully retaken by Gen. Vandegrift by January 1, 1943.
Gen. Patch is killed on January 14, 1943 in the Aleutian Islands Campaign when a sniper shoots him out of his command car. Gen. Eisenhower sends Gen. Joseph Warren Stilwell to Alaska to assume command on January 20, 1943 after Gen. Patch is killed. Gen. Patton cuts the Japanese occupation force on the North Island of New Zealand in half after winning the Battle of Napier on February 1, 1943. Gen. MacArthur wins th Battle of Tennant Creek on February 19, 1943. Gen. Vandegrift retakes the Hawaiian islands of Gardner Pinnacles, Laysan and Lisianski Island by March 6, 1943. On April 4-6, 1943 Adm. Nimitz wins the decisive Battle of Pearl and Hermes Atoll pushing the Japanese Navy away from the Hawaiian Islands. Gen. Patton's Siege of Wellington ends on May 13, 1943 when the last 10,000 Japanese troops either surrender or commit suicide.
U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt officially declares war on the Empire of Japan on June 1, 1943 after a Japanese sub sinks the USS Indianapolis on May 28, 1943. Gen. MacArthur reaches the Gulf of Carpentaria on June 17, 1943 after defeating the Japanese at the Battle of Borroloola. The Japanese Army on the North Island of New Zealand surrenders to Gen. Patton in Auckland on July 2, 1943, ending the New Zealand Campaign. The Hawaiian Islands Campaign ends when Gen. Vandegrift wins the Battle of Midway and Kure Atolls on July 21, 1943. The U.S. begins their Micronesian Campaign on August 13, 1943 with the invasions of Wake and the Marshall Islands. The Aleutian Islands Campaign ends on August 15, 1943 when the Japanese commander Yasuyo Yamasaki surrendered on the island of Kiska.
The New Guinea Campaign begins when Gen. Patton leads the Invasion of Milne Bay on September 2, 1943. Gen. MacArthur wins the Battle of Darwin on September 16, 1943 taking over 20,000 prisoners. After winning the Aleutian Islands Campaign, Gen. Joseph Warren is sent to Borneo to lead the Borneo Campaign on September 27, 1943. Gen. Vandegrift leads the Invasion of Sulawesi on October 19, 1943. The U.S.’s Micronesian Campaign ends on December 5, 1943, and the U.S. forces begin moving toward the Philippines on December 12, 1943. The Invasion of Banjarmasin in Borneo is a major victory for Gen. Warren on December 21, 1943. The Battle of Mount Isa in Queensland is won by Gen. MacArthur on January 3, 1944.
The world enters the atomic age on February 16, 1944 when an explosion wipes Vologda in the Russian Empire off the Earth proving the Allies fears that Nazi Germany had developed the atomic bomb. The Russian Empire asks Germany for armistice on March 4, 1944 losing much of its western land. Gen. Vandegrift pushes the Japanese off the island of Sulawesi and occupies the island on March 11, 1944. Japanese forces are completely pushed off Australia after Gen. MacArthur wins the Battle of Townsville on April 10, 1944. The Territory of Papua comes under Confederate control after Gen. Patton wins the Siege of Port Moresby on April 21, 1944. The Battle of Balikpapan, Borneo is won on May 13, 1944 by Gen. Warren giving the Confederacy control of the southern half of the island.
Adm. Nimitz destroys an entire Japanese fleet in the Battle of the South China Sea on June 2, 1944. Nazi Germany puts a puppet emperor on the throne in Denmark and Norway making the puppet states under Nazi Germany on June 16, 1944, and trades Vichy France the northern half of France for the southern half of France on June 30, 1944. Adolf Hitler secretly sends engineers and equipment to Japan to help them create an atomic bomb on July 12, 1944. The 1st Pacific Fleet under Adm. Nimitz is completely destroyed killing everyone in the Philippine Sea by a Japanese atomic bomb on August 9, 1944. Gen. Warren wins the Battle of Pontianak on August 24, 1944, the entire island of Borneo surrenders on August 26, 1944. Japanese forces on the Philippines surrender to the U.S. on September 8, 1944.
Gen. Patton wins the Battle of Rabaul occupying the eastern half of New Guinea on September 28, 1944. The U.S. loses over half of its fighting force in the Pacific when Japan drops an atomic bomb on Manila on October 3, 1944. The United Kingdom asks Nazi Germany for armistice on October 31, 1944. after Germany drops three atomic bombs on the cites of Cardiff, Edinburgh, and Glasgow between October 21 and 27, 1944. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest III commands and personally flies one of four bombers on a secret bombing run from the northern part of U.S. occupied Philippines in the evening of November 12, 1944. In the early morning of November 13, 1944 four fireballs light up the sky over Japan as the Confederacy drops atomic bombs on Hiroshima, Kitakyūshū, Nagasaki, and Tokyo killing millions of people and shocking the world.
On December 15, 1944 the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Mamoru Shigemitsu met with Confederate Gen. Eisenhower and U.S. Gen. Richard K. Sutherland in the Philippines at Santiago City to discuss the conditional surrender of the Empire of Japan.
New Super Powers, New Alliances and the Cold War
On December 20, 1944 the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Peace Treaty of Santiago City saying, Japan was to keep its holdings in Manchuria, Korea, Taiwan, and all islands within 1000 miles of the home islands and 500 miles of occupied islands not already under allied control. Japan was to give French Indochina to the U.K., and Thailand was to come under British rule. In 1946 former Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest III wins the 16th presidential seat. The U.S. annexed the Philippines and Micronesia, and the Confederacy returned the Dutch East Indies to the Netherlands except for the islands of Borneo, Sulawesi, Moluccas, and New Guinea which were annexed as the 19th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd states of the C.S.A. in 1947.
After the Second Great War and the Pacific War Nazi Germany, the Confederacy, and the United States emerged as the world's three superpowers. In 1948 a cold war erupted with the capitalist nations of the Confederacy and the U.S. on one side, and the dictatorship socialists nations of Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan. With the growing threat of Germany in Europe, the U.S. builds military bases in Spain and the U.K., and the Confederacy builds bases in the Russian Empire and Greece in 1950.
The Second Sino-Japanese War ends in 1952 when the Chinese Government is overthrown by the People's Liberation Army and the Republic of China becomes the Peoples Republic of China and aligns itself with Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes the 17th president of the C.S.A. in 1952. The U.K. grants independence to its Asian lands emerging the nations of Pakistan, India and the Empire of Indochina in 1954. The Netherlands Dutch East Indies gains its independence becoming the Republic of Indonesia in 1955.
Civil War, Secret Wars and Close Calls
On June 28, 1956 in Havana, Cuba, revolutionary guerrillas led by Fidel and Raul Castro, and Che Guevara, overrun the governor's mansion and kills Cuban Governor Fulgencio Bautista and declaring Cuba’s independence from the Confederacy. After learning of the rebellion in Cuba, President Eisenhower orders General in Chief Douglas MacArthur to send 50,000 troops to the island to quell the rebellion on July 5, 1956. Adm. Thomas Hinman Moorer, the commander of the 2nd Gulf Fleet sets up a blockade around Cuba and begins shelling rebel positions on July 11, 1956.
On July 15, 1956 Air Force Gen. William W. Momyer orders Confederate bomber and fighter jets from the Florida Keys to begin bombing the island. Gen. William Childs Westmoreland leads the Invasion of Guantánamo Bay on July 26, 1956. After fierce fighting from August 3-6, 1956 Gen. Westmoreland wins the Battle of La Plata. On August 17, 1956 the guerrilla Gen. Raul Castro is killed in Havana during a bombing run. The Battle of Las Mercedes is won by Gen. Westmoreland on September 7, 1956 pushing the rebels out of southern Cuba. The Cuban guerrilla leader Camilo Cienfuegos is killed in the Battle of Yaguajay on October 10, 1956. After the humiliating defeat at the Battle of Santa Clara guerrilla leader Che Guevara retreats with what was left of his army into Havana on November 2, 1956. Gen. Westmoreland begins the Siege of Havana on November 20, 1956.
On November 25, 1956 President Eisenhower names Gen. Westmoreland Military Governor of Cuba, and orders him to begin the reconstruction of the State of Cuba. On December 10, 1956 guerrilla leaders Fidel Castro and Che Guevara are captured when Confederate forces enter the Governors Mansion, ending the major part of the rebellion. On January 1, 1957 Fidel Castro and Che Guevara are hung in Richmond after being convicted of war crimes.
In 1958 Gen. Douglas MacArthur becomes the 18th president of the Confederacy. On June 5, 1958 Nazi Germany launches the worlds first satellite the Führer 1, bringing the western world into the “space race”. On February 3, 1959 the C.S.A. and the U.S.A. each launch their own satellites from the joint space program in Houston, Texas the “Washington” and the “Lee”. The Empire of Mexico plunges into revolution in 1960, making the President MacArthur send 150,000 troops to the border. The Mexican Revolution ends in 1961 when the rebels assassinate the emperor and sets up the Mexican Socialist Republic, the Confederacy then learns that Nazi Germany greatly assisted the socialist rebels in their revolution.
On October 14, 1962 the Cold War nearly becomes the 3rd World War when the Veracruz Missile Crisis happens. Germany begins removing the missiles in late October 1962 after the C.S.A. and the U.S.A. agrees to remove their missiles from Spain and Finland. The C.S.A. launches the “Stonewall” reconnaissance satellite on June 6, 1963. In retaliation to the Confederate satellite Germany launches their on reconnaissance satellite, the Führer 5 on November 8, 1963. Texan Lyndon Baines Johnson becomes the 19th President of the C.S.A. in 1964. President Johnson after learning of Germany’s growing presence in Latin American nations like in the ever growing socialist rebellion in Confederate ally Venezuela, sends 150,000 troops into the eastern area of Venezuela on February 7, 1965.
The Venezuelan War
Anticipating the arrival of the Confederates the socialist guerrilla leader orders the set up of anti-ship and air missiles on the islands of Aruba, Las Aves archipelago, Los Roques archipelago, La Orchila, and La Tortuga on February 8, 1965. On February 12, 1965 Adm. Thomas Hinman Moorer with the 2nd Gulf Fleet begin getting attacked by the defense missiles. By the end of February 15, 1965 all missile systems are knocked out by planes or marines, but not after the loss of five ships including three troop transports, and 25 fighter planes. The first of the 150,000 troops under Gen. Westmoreland begin to land at the port of Amuay.
Confederate troops first encounter Socialist rebels in a major battle when Colonel Hal Moore fights the Battle of Aristides Bastidas between March 17-21, 1965 ending indecisively with both sides pulling back. Starting on April 15, 1965 Gen. George Patton IV begins the long drawn out house to house Battle of Barinas. On June 6, 1965 newly promoted Gen. Hal Moore oversees the Carabobo Campaign. Opposition to the Venezuelan War in the C.S.A. turns violent when protesters in North Carolina, blow up a troop carrying train killing 94 on July 20, 1965. Gen. Patton IV wins the Battle of Barinas on August 12, 1965. Gen. Westmoreland orders Confederate Air Force Gen. William W. Momyer to conduct Operation Firestorm napalming over one million acres starting on September 18, 1965.
Gen. Moore’s Carabobo Campaign ends on October 2, 1965 with mixed results. Gen. Patton IV begins the Battle of Acarigua on October 30, 1965. 20 protesters are convicted in the trail for the North Carolina train bombing and hung in Raleigh, North Carolina on November 5, 1965. Adm. Moorer captures a German cargo ship carrying one hundred of Germany's new Leopard 1 tanks and thousands of G3, HK21, and PzF 44 anti-tank rocket launchers on December1, 1965 but fears dozens got through to the socialist rebels. Gen. Moore begins the Battle of Pico Espejo nicknamed “Meatloaf Peak” on Jan. 2, 1966. Martin Luther King, Jr. begins campaigning for all Confederate blacks to be full C.S. citizens and not just men that serve in the army in February 1966. Gen. Patton IV occupies Acarigua on March 9, 1966. Troop levels reach 500,000 in Venezuela in April 1966. Gen. Moore reaches the top of “Meatloaf Peak” on March 12, 1966.
Gen. Patton IV begins the Battle of San Juan de los Morros on May 7, 1966. On June 26, 1966 President Johnson and Columbian President Guillermo León Valencia Muñóz come to an agreement on having Colombia send 100,000 occupation troops into eastern Venezuela to help with the insurgency so the Confederate troops can go after the rebel army in central Venezuela. Gen. Patton IV pulls out of San Juan de los Morros on July 23, 1966. In Richmond on August 13, 1966 50,000 men rally in front of the Robert E. Lee memorial and burn their draft cards. Gen. Patton IV starts the Battle over San Fernando de Apure in September 26, 1966. On October 16, 1966 the world is shocked when Nazi Germany and the Russian Empire sign the Russo-German Alliance. Adm. Moorer’s 2nd Gulf Fleet captures two Russian transport ships carrying 50 MiG-21’s each, but Adm. Moorer learns three Russian ships made it to port in rebel held Venezuela. San Fernando de Apure comes under Confederate control after Gen. Patton IV pushes the Socialist rebels out on November 29, 1966.
On January 7, 1967 Adm. Moorer is killed when four Venezuelan MiG-21’s get close enough to fire six anti-ship missiles at the aircraft carrier CSS Shenandoah, sinking it in minutes. Gen. Moore starts to try to push out the rebels and insurgents out of the Venezuelan capital Santiago de León de Caracas on February 15, 1967. Colombian President Carlos Lleras Restrepo drops the troop levels down to 75,000 in Venezuela on April 2, 1967. The U.S. and C.S. governments begin dealing arms to Colombia as well as free Venezuela in May 1967 sending weapons such as the CS M-14/A2, US M-16/A1, M72 LAW antitank rocket launchers, Patton tanks, U.S F-5A/B Freedom Fighter, and the C.S. F-111 “ Razorback. Gen. Patton IV declares San Fernando de Apure officially under Confederate control on June 3, 1967. The U.S. enters the Indochina War to help imperial forces and Indian troops (in war since 1965) stop Socialist Rebels armed from the Peoples Republic of China and the Empire of Japan in late June 1967.
The formerly untouched city of Maracay is taken by Socialist rebels on August 8, 1967. Gen. Patton IV is killed in the armored Battle of Los Llanos when his tank is hit by Venezuelan Leopard 1 tanks on September 26, 1967. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivers his "Beyond Venezuela" speech insisting that the C.S. was in Venezuela "to occupy it as an Confederate colony" on October 19, 1967. Air Force Gen. William W. Momyer orders Operation Los Llanos Firebombing to destroy the Venezuelan Leopard 1 Division on December 15, 1967. All Columbian forces leave Venezuela by January 1968 after the Columbian government refuses to extend their military presence in Venezuela. Antiwar riots engulf the major Confederate cities of Richmond, Charleston, Atlanta, Birmingham, New Orleans , Houston, Santa Fe, Tucson, Guaymas, and Cabo San Lucas in March 1968 resulting in over 1500 deaths and injuries. On April 4, 1968 at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee at 6:01 p.m., Martin Luther King, Jr. is assassinated by U.S. fugitive James Earl Ray.
Because of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. hundreds of race riots start all over the Confederacy and in parts of the U.S. in April and May, 1968. President Johnson declares martial law on the states of Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana after the race riots and anti-war riots intertwine into one massive national riot on May 26, 1968. On July 3, 1968 25 anti-war and race rioters are killed by the Georgia National Guard in the Georgia Tech Massacre. On August 11, 1968 President Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1968 prohibited discrimination in housing, there were no federal enforcement provisions. The 1968 act expanded on previous acts and prohibited discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national origin, and granting citizenship to all black Confederates not just prior military service male blacks.
Gen. Moore is severely injured by a rebel sniper in Santiago de León de Caracas on October 23, 1968. The 1st Cavalry Division is pulled out Santiago de León de Caracas on November 2, 1968. On November 25, 1968 while visiting his hometown of Stonewall, Texas for the Thanksgiving Day Parade President Lyndon B. Johnson is assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald (a former Confederate Marine and Nazi supporter for the pure Aryan race), stating Johnson was going to ruin the Confederacy for white people after issuing the Civil Rights Act of 1968. At 8:30 AM on November 26, 1968 Vice President Cyrus Vance is sworn in as the 20th President of the C.S.A. On January 5, 1969 President Vance orders all military operations in Venezuela to stop and to only engage the enemy if attacked first. Nearly all of the anti war riots and protests in the Confederacy stop when President Vance announces the withdrawal of all Confederate forces in Venezuela by June 1, 1969 on February 10, 1969.
Lunar Landing, Shattered Alliances and World War
The last of the Confederate soldiers leave Venezuela on May 29, 1969 leaving Venezuela to fend for itself in the war against the Socialist rebels. President Vance passes the bill to build the Confederate Aeronautics and Space Administration (CASA) in Houston, Texas, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (LBJSC) in Galveston, Texas in honor of the late Confederate president in his home state on June 20, 1969. On July 16, 1969 the space rocket Luna 6 is launched from Lee Space Center on course for the moon, it is the final shuttle launch from the Lee Space Center. On July 20, 1969 Confederate astronaut Fred Wallace Haise, Jr. becomes the first human being to set foot on the moon making world history. In February 1970 the U.S. becomes the second nation to put a human being on the moon with the Apollo 11 landing and Neil Armstrong making the historical saying
“That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.
Elvis Jacob Stahr, Jr. becomes the 21st President of the Confederacy in 1970. Astronaut Harrison Hagan "Jack" Schmitt was the last Confederate and human to set foot on the Moon during the last of the Luna missions on Luna 12, on August 3, 1973. The Confederacy nearly goes to war with Saudi Arabia when they embargo all oil to the nations supporting Israel in the Yom Kippur War in 1973. The Socialist rebels capture and execute Venezuelan President Rafael Antonio Caldera Rodríguez on February 2, 1974 uniting all of Venezuela under the Peoples Socialist Republic of Venezuela.
Throughout the 1970’s the Confederacy saw a major technology growth. Jimmy Carter becomes the 22nd Confederate president in 1976. Barry Morris Goldwater becomes the 23rd president of the Confederacy in 1982. President Goldwater offers the U.K. military assistance on April 6, 1982 in the Falklands War, Prime Minister Thatcher respectfully declines. In the U.S. Invasion of Grenada the Confederacy sends the 1st Gulf Fleet to Grenada to assist in any possible intervention from Germany or Russia in 1983. The Indochina War is won by U.S., Indian, and Imperial forces on April 5, 1984. Nazi Germany and the Russian Empire invade Turkey in 1985 trying to spread Socialist interests. On August 18, 1987 the government of Vichy France is overthrown in the French Revolution of 1987 ending Frances alliance with Germany and aligning with the U.K., the U.S., and the C.S. Texan Lloyd Millard Bentsen, Jr. becomes the 23rd President of the Confederacy in 1988.
In 1990 designers from McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in northern Texas design the largest non-nuclear bomb in history, the KB-1 “King Bomb” that has a blast yield of 55 tons and destroy an area of two square miles. The Russo-German Alliance falls apart in late 1993 after the Russian Revolution of 1993 forming the Federated States of Russia and requesting to realign with the U.K., U.S., France, and the Confederacy, the new Russian President Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin saying that the Russian people never wanted to become aligned with Germany. Bill Clinton becomes the 24th president of the Confederacy in 1994. Leaders from Russia, France, the Confederacy, the U.S., and the U.K. sign the Euro-American Alliance on August 1, 1994. Upon learning of the alliance Germany mobilizes its military and sends 50 divisions to the borders with Russia on August 5, 1994. Russia mobilizes their militaries and orders Germany to pull its armies back from its borders with their nations on August 7, 1994. On August 17, 1994 after useless talks with Germany, Russia launches a pre-emptive strike on Germany by launching Operation Patriot in the Ukraine region aimed toward Odessa and Kiev.
The End War
Upon hearing of the outbreak of war in Europe the Confederacy mobilizes its entire military and puts the military units in the Confederate states of Borneo, Sulawesi, Moluccas, and New Guinea on high alert awaiting the almost inevitable attack by the Chinese and Japanese on August 20, 1994. After a secret meeting with the Italian Prime Minister, President Clinton orders 100,000 troops under Gen. Calvin Waller to Italy for a pre-emptive strike on Nazi Germany on September 1, 1994. The Peoples Republic of China and the Empire of Japan invade Russia and the Empire of Indochina on September 11 and 15, 1994. India declares war on the Peoples Republic of China and the Empire of Japan on September 16, 1994 after their invasion of the Empire of Indochina. The U.S. declares war on the Peoples Republic of China and the Empire of Japan on September 25, 1994 and sends 100,000 troops under Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf into the Empire of Indochina.
The 100,000 troops arrive in Italy for the Confederate Expeditionary Forces on October 3, 1994 and begins the Northern Italy Campaign on October 25, 1994. The Russian forces enter Odessa on November 1, 1994, and Uzhhorod retaking its former land of the Ukraine on November 10, 1994. Gen. Waller wins the Battle of Ancona on November 13, 1994. Nazi Germany declares war on the C.S.A and Italy on November 16, 1994. Confederate forces liberate the tiny nation of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino on December 12, 1994 after the Battle of San Marino. The Peoples Republic of China and the Empire of Japan declare war on the Confederacy on December 24, 1994 opening a second front for the C.S.A.. Russia takes Estonia from Germany in the Battle of Tallinn on December 5, 1994. Confederate Adm. Leighton W. Smith, Jr. in charge of the 1st South Pacific Fleet leaves Kuching, Borneo for the Japanese home islands to blockade the islands. Confederate Gen. James Henry Binford Peay III commands the allied Invasion of Hainan on January 15, 1995.
Gen. Waller takes the province of Tuscany from Germany on February 12, 1995. On February 21, 1995 Venezuelan forces, with the assistance of Germany invades Cuba and Mexico invades Sonora on February 23, 1995. Gen. Tommy Franks in command of the Army of Sonora halts the ill prepared Mexican advance at the Battle of Navojoa on March 6, 1995. The Southern Russian advance is stalled at the Battle of Debrecen on March 12, 1995. The provinces of Tuscany and Emilia–Romagna are reinstated into Italy on March 27, 1995. Gen. Franks pushes the Mexicans out of Sonora at the Battle of Álamos on April 2, 1995. Gen. James L. Campbell commanding the Army of Cuba stops Venezuela at the Battle of Ciego de Ávila on April 9, 1995. Hainan comes under allied control on April 22, 1995. The Northern Italy Campaign comes to an end when Gen. Waller’s army pushes the Germans out on May 11, 1995. Columbia declares war on Venezuela on May 15, 1995 and invades. Gen. Campbell lays Siege to Santiago de Cuba on May 23, 1995.
President Clinton offers Mexico armistice on June 1, 1995 but its refused. Gen. Franks invades Chihuahua on June 7, 1995. Gen. Waller invades Austria on June 24, 1995. Russian forces occupy Warsaw on July 10, 1995. Gen. Franks wins the Battle of Guachochi on July 17, 1995. Gen. Peay III invades Taiwan on August 1, 1995 with a second army of 150,000 under his command. Germany drops a thermonuclear bomb on the Russian army in Warsaw killing 97,000 troops on August 7, 1995. The German Führer Richard von Weizsäcker is declared a war criminal after the bombing of Warsaw on August 8, 1995. In retaliation to the Warsaw bombing, Russia drops a 10 mega-ton nuclear bomb on the German city of Frankfurt am Main killing over 400,000 people on August 10, 1995.
Gen. Waller wins the Battle of Innsbruck on August 21, 1995. On August 29, 1995 the Siege of Santiago de Cuba ends when the Confederate air force drops four KB-1 bombs on the last pockets of resistance killing most of the 40,000 Venezuelan forces. Seeing the affect of the KB-1’s on troop moral President Clinton orders the Confederate air force to begin the bombing of Mexico City with 500 KB-1 bombs on September 10, 1995. After the deaths of over 500,000 civilians, the Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari, and the threat of the use of nuclear weapons, the new Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León unconditionally surrenders to the Confederacy on September 15, 1995 and has to pay the Confederacy $150 million and relinquish claims to the Mexican State of Chihuahua.
President Clinton loans Colombian President Ernesto Samper Pizano 300 KB-1 bombs to use in the Andean War against Venezuela on October 5, 1995. The Battle of Vienna brings Austria out of Nazi Germany by Gen. Waller on October 9, 1995. Gen. Peay III takes Taiwan away from Japan on October 15, 1995. The Peoples Republic of China unconditionally surrenders after India, Russia, and the U.S. drop nuclear bombs on Shanghai, Wuhan, Chongqing, Beijing, and Xi'an killing over 22 million people between October 23, 1995 and November 3, 1995. In retaliation to the bombing of China, Japan nukes the cities of Mumbai, Manila, and Vladivostok on November 16, 1995. Gen. Waller wins the Battle of Budapest on December 7, 1995. Russian forces reach the Adriatic Sea cutting the German South-Eastern Forces in half on January 2, 1996. Venezuela surrenders to Colombia on January 13, 1996 after Colombia drops the 300 KB-1 bombs on Santiago de León de Caracas on February 10, 1996 killing 250,000.
The Russian President Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin makes the Balkan Empire nation out of the satellite-states of Montenegro, Moldova, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Albania, Hungary, parts of Croatia, and Romania putting the capital in Sofia and naming Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha the Tsar on March 1, 1996. Gen. Peary III starts the Battle of Okinawa on April 15, 1996. Gen Waller dies of a heart attack just before the fall of Munich on May 9, 1996. President Clinton sends Gen. Michael L. Oates to Munich to replace Gen Waller on May 12, 1996. Russian and Balkan forces meet five German divisions at the Battle of Kraków on June 1, 1996. Japanese forces retreat out of Russian land after the Battle of Lake Baikal on June 20, 1996. France, the U.S., and the U.K. declare war on Germany on June 23, 1996 and launch a devastating blitzkrieg style attack into Belgium and southern France.
The Battle of Okinawa is won by Gen. Peary III on July 4, 1996. After Gen. Oates assumes command he moves his army and lays siege to Wiesbaden on August 11, 1996. On September 6, 1996 Colonel General V.S. Chechevato leads the Russian Far Eastern Military District in the Invasion of Manchuria. The Battle of Iwo Jima begins on October 5, 1996 after Gen. Peary III’s military bombs the island for ten days. After a devastating counterattack by the German forces north of Wiesbaden, Gen. Oates must lift the siege of Wiesbaden on November 2, 1996 after his supply lines are cut. Franco-U.S. Forces push Germany out of southern France and northern Spain by the end of November 1996. Okinawa comes under control of Gen. Peary III’s army on December 4, 1996.
Manchuria falls to Colonel General V.S. Chechevato and the Russian Far Eastern Military District on January 17, 1997. On February 4, 1997 Colonel General V.S. Chechevato and the Russian Far Eastern Military District stationed in Shenyang, are completely annihilated when Japan drops a 30 megaton nuclear bomb on the city killing the entire army and over 2 milliom people on February 28, 1997. On March 13, 1997 Russia and the Confederacy nuke the Japanese cities of Busan, Pyongyang, Sapporo, and Tokyo killing 13 million people. The Empire of Japan surrenders unconditionally to Russian and Confederate forces on March 26, 1997, ending the Pacific Theater of the war and the Empire of Japan.
British, Dutch and U.S. forces occupy Belgium and enter Germany on April 9, 1997. On May 3, 1997 the German Führer Richard von Weizsäcker orders as a last effort to stop the allies advance and win the war, Operation Beendigen Spiel (End Game). On May 5, 1997 German nuclear submarines in the English Channel, the Baltic Sea, off the East Coast of the U.S. and Confederacy commence Operation Beendigen Spiel by firing nuclear missiles at Atlanta, Richmond, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, London, Paris, and Moscow killing over 15 million people. President Clinton was at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis when the EMP hit revealing to the president that a nuclear attack had happened and was quickly evacuated to CADS (Confederate Aerospace Defense Station) in the Sandia Mountains in New Mexico. On May 7, 1997 President Clinton learns the full death toll of the North America at over 2.25 million, and that the U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush and Vice President Dan Quayle were killed leaving Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich as the U.S. President.
The Confederacy, the U.S., the U.K., France, and Russia launch a nuclear attack against Germany bombing Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, and Stuttgart on May 15, 1997 killing over 5 million people including the German Führer Richard von Weizsäcker. German Chancellor Helmut Kohl as acting Führer surrenders all German forces to the allies on May 21, 1997.
Reconstruction and New Nations
After the surrender of Germany the former Nazi German empire not already split off into separate nations is divided up by the Allies into the Polish Republic, the Kingdom of Prussia, and the Republic of Germany by 1998. The worlds smartest scientists tell the world leaders that after the detonation of 27 nuclear bombs that the world's average temperature to drop by two degrees in late 1998. In Asia the Peoples Republic of China and the Empire of Japan lose land to Russia, the Empire of Indochina, India, the Confederacy, and to the new nation of the Republic of Korea by 1998. On March 2, 1999 in the new capital of France Lyon the End War Memorial is christened with the names of the over 17 million Allied soldiers and civilians lives lost, in all the total death toll is estimated at around 58 million people. Al Gore becomes the 25th president of the Confederacy and is the first president to live in the newly built capitol in the original Confederate capital of Montgomery, Alabama in 2000.