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Integrationist War
Beginning:

1954

End:

1969

Place:

United States

Outcome:
Combatants
Integrationists

Flag of the United States US Government

  • Armed Forces
    • U.S. Military
    • Federal Marshals
    • Many police forces
    • Some National Guard units

Flag of Nashville City of Nashville
Lumbee Flag Lumbee Tribe

  • Civil Rights Groups
  • Political Groups
    • Democratic Faction
    • Republican Faction
    • Leftist organizations

Black Militants
Segregationists

Confederate Rebel Flag Segregationist States

  • Armed forces
    • Military sympathizers
    • Many police forces
    • Some National Guard units
  • Pro-segregation Groups
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Political Groups
    • Democratic Faction
    • Republican Faction
    • Dixiecrat Party
    • American Independent Party

Neutrals
  • Many police forces
  • Some Military and National Guard groups
Commanders
Integrationists

Flag of the United States Dwight Eisenhower
Flag of the United StatesJohn F. Kennedy
Flag of the United StatesLyndon Johnson
Flag of Nashville Ben West

Lumbee Flag Sanford Locklear
Lumbee Flag Simeon Oxendine
Lumbee Flag Neill Lowery


Black Militants
Segregationists

Confederate Rebel Flag Orville Faubus
Confederate Rebel Flag Robert Byrd
Confederate Rebel Flag Strom Thurmond
Confederate Rebel Flag George Wallace


Neutrals
Strength
Casualties and Losses

The Integrationist War was a nationwide conflict in the United States between Segregationist and Integrationist factions. As well as standard combat, the War involved propaganda, riots, and irregular tactics such as guerrilla warfare and asymmetric warfare.

Factions

Integrationists

Integrationist Leaders

Segregationists

Segregationist Leaders

Black Militants

Black Militant Leaders

Neutrals / Peacekeepers

Neutral Leaders

History

Background

Slavery to Civil War

Reconstruction

Early 20th Century

Early tensions

Conflict Begins

Secession

Escalation

Aftermath

Fronts and Theaters

Arkansas

Virginia

Western

Southern

Nationwide

Influences

Political

Religious

International

Effects

Note: This section lists differences from OTL created by the War.

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