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United States of America

Flag of the USA with 67 stars by BF1395

The flag of the USA

The USA was once 3000 miles across and 2000 miles at its widest point North to South. By 1928 the US stretched from Alaska to Tierra De Fleugo on the tip of South America. The US in 1918 had annexed Mexico after the Second Mexican-American War due to rebel attacks on the USA in 1916. In 1920 the US annexed Cuba to enforce the Monroe Doctrine from Europe which had been at war for a year. In 1922 the Great War came to American shores with a surprise attack on Boston. The Canadians, British, and Russian forces quickly invaded most of the country from the north. Down south the whole of Latin American and South America unite into the nation of Pan-Latin with its capital in Montevideo, Uruguay. After WWI ended with the defeat of Britain in 1924, the war in Latin America continued. The European Central Powers pulled out their forces leaving the conflict, a American war. By 1928 Pan-Latina was subdued due to rebelling armies and new technology like flying aircraft carriers. In 1934 the United States was forced into war with Japan after the country threatening a vital US trading partner and nation holding several US bases. In 1935 the Japanese landed troops in Alaska. The territory wasn't liberated until 1937. The US stayed neutral in the Second Great War. In the early to late 1960s the US fought the Latin American War. The US originally fought against insurgent groups who demanded the independence of they're country's after becoming US commonwealths. The US was very controversial in using new weapons. Agent Orange was specifically made to replace mustard gas. It was also known as the first "air war" due to the US use of the helicopter in the war to transport soldiers from village to village. The US in 1962 had formed the Pan Latino/American Treaty Organization or PLATO, a precursor to the ULFN. The USA in the 1970s sat down after the major war in Latin America. The Office of Strategic Services or OSS carried top secret missions across the commonwealths destroying independence groups. The US started trying to find new allies in the world. In 1971 the US found Israel and the sovereign nation of Kurdistan during the Entente invasion of the Middle East. In 1974 anarchists destroyed the Empire State Building in In 1985 the US took advantage of the Russian Civil War and invaded Eastern Siberia. However after heavy losses the US was only able to take Kamchatka north. In the 1990s and into the 2000s the US was self sufficient on oil while Europe tore itself apart. The US also ignored the rise of China and its invasion of the USSR in 2009 which was a total disaster. By modern day 2016 the US flexes its muscles in the Americas while its oversees allies do the dirty work in regions. In 2000 the US started a ambitious space program and in 2005 managed to get a satellite into space. In 2011 the first man entered space on a rocket nicknamed, "Optimus Alpha". The United States Air and Space Administration or USASA in 2015 released a press statement that by the year 2022 the US would have a man on the moon. People had taken to nicknaming the rocket, "Optimus Prime". It is even predicted that between the years 2050 and 2100 the US could even get a man on Mars.


Flag of Canada

Flag of Canada adopted after the Great War circa 1925

Canada was always thought of as a peaceful nation since its founding in 1867. Canada for some time had always been the target of American expansion but by 1900 any thought of expanding into Canada was forgotten. Canada entered the Great War in 1920 alongside it other Dominions like South Africa and the ANZACs. In 1922 Canada and Britain launched a surprise attack on Boston bringing the US into the war. Canadians fought alongside the British and Russians in a misguided conflict. In 1924 the Great War ended with the defeat of the British in Canada and a military coup at home. Canada was brought into a sphere of US influence. Canadians now resented the Americans with the loss of their east coast. Quebec was independent and the eastern province were the Federation of Atlantica. Canadian troops a decade later would fight alongside Quebecois, Atlanticans, and Americans to liberate Alaska from Japan. By the 1960s Canada liberal prime ministers had convinced the public that the Americans weren't that bad. In the Latin American War during the 1968 bombings Canada was one of the many countries hit. Canadian troops had served in the war but more soldiers were sent after Vancouver was hit with several anarchist bombings. Canada was proud to support the USA and ANZACs mop up of the Pacific from Japanese control. Canada in the modern day is very liberal compared to the conservative USA, Australia, and South Africa to their south. The Canadians and Quebecois do agree on one thing, that they are surrounded by the USA.


Flag of Quebec

Flag of the Republic of Quebec, est 1924

Quebec has always had a situation like Ireland, a different group of people in a Anglo country. Quebec was French and the Great War began the independence for Quebec. In 1922 French was outlawed in Canada after the Quebecois revolted. By 1924 in the end of the Great War Quebec was independent. In the 1930s Quebec's army was tested for the 1st time in the Pacific War. The country fought alongside Canadians and Atlanticans and Americans to retake Alaska from Japan. Quebec was one of the members who signed the Treaty of Sydney against Japan. In the 1960s Quebec fought alongside the USA and Canada in Latin America against the anarchist threat. in the 1968 bombings Quebec City was one of the many places hit. Quebec stayed out of international affairs in the 70s to secure itself and boost its economy. In the 80s Quebec hosted the 1983 winter Olympics and in the 1990s Quebec was voted one of the most peaceful countries in the world. In the Modern Day Quebec has isolated itself from the rest of the ULFN. Quebec and Canada do agree that they need to work together to not be surrounded and annexed by the behemoth known as the USA.


Flag of Argentina (alternative)

Flag of Patagonia, the sky high nation

Patagonia was a relatively new nation since it was formed in 1967 when it declared independence from the Commonwealth of Argentina. Patagonian forces quickly served in the South American theater of the Latin American War. In the 1970s Patagonian officials sought to promote pro-American peace in South America. In the Middle East Patagonian weapons flowed to independence groups and Kurdistan. Patagonia also helped and trained independence forces in European colonies in Africa. Patagonia eventually got into a scuffle with the British over the Falkland Islands but after the collapse of the Entente the Falklands went to the USA and South Georgia to South Africa.


Flag of Chile

Flag of Chile, the longest nation on Earth

Chile in the Great War joined against the Entente nation of Argentina. By 1920 Chile was conquered and annexed into Argentina. Argentina was one of the nations who joined Pan-Latina. In 1928 after Pan-Latina's surrender Chile was set up as a US commonwealth in South America. Chile supported the indepencede of Patagonia and sent troops to prop up the commonwealth. Chilean soldiers were also used in the 1990s during the ULFN operations moping up Japans pacific island positions.


Flag of Israel

Flag of Israel, the Jewish homeland

Israel was formed in 1933 after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the end of the Third Balkan War. Palestine as it was originally called. In 1933 after Islamic Turkish rule ended the Jewish minority rose up. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled from the Jews. The Israeli Revolution drove Jewish territory from being around Tel Aviv and Jerusalem to around the area of most of Palestine. All but Gaza and the West Bank was in Jewish hands. Israel would continue to be the site of conflict. In the late 40s and early 50s the Middle East was the site of bloody fighting in the Second Great War. In the 1960s the US and Israel established a mutual trade agreement. By 1970 Israel was the most technologically advanced nation in the Middle East. In 1970 Israel launched surprise attacks on Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. This added more chaos to the Middle East which saw a massive war flare up between the Hashemite Caliphate in Turkey and the Kingdom of Sunni Arabia in Arabia. Also in the 1970s Persia attacked the new nation of Kurdistan and joined in the attack on Sunni Arabia. In 1971 the Entente invaded the Middle East which turned out to be a horrible decision. Israel gained the full support of the USA along with Kurdistan. Both countries in 1976 gained ULFN membership. In the 1980s the Middle East settled down. By the 90s Israel was a Jewish-Christian state in the Middle East. It extended from the Golan Heights to the Suez Canal. In the modern day Israel is a Middle East super power and continually supports the Kurds against the Republic of Arabia and the Sunni Caliphate to the south.


Flag of Kurdistan

Flag of Kurdistan, America's only Muslim friend

The Kurds achieved independence after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in the 1930s. The Kurds would serve with honor and bravery in the Second Great War. In the 1970s Kurdistan faced off in several wars against Persia, the Arabs, and the Hashemite Caliphate. The Kurds like Israel found allies in the USA. Eventually the Kurds liberalized their views on Israel. In the 1980s the Middle East died down. Into the 90s Kurdistan accepted Palestinian refugees. By the modern day Kurdistan is supported by its allies in defending against the Republic of Arabia and Sunni Caliphate to the south.


Flag of Australia with 8-pointed stars

Current flag of the Australian Federation, the Union Jack was disliked after the end of the Great War but it was still kept to reflect Australia's origins

Australia had been confederated into the British Empire in 1901 and the ANZAC core served valiantly during the Great War. The Oceanic campaign of WWI taken up by Australia which had invaded German Papua to get it, which it was set free by wars end. In 1941 Australia once again invaded the same territory and annexed it into the Australian Papua Territory. Australian soldiers were used throughout the Second Great War. Most Australians saw action on the Western Front, Arabia, and the Ukraine. Australia was in the 1950s united with New Zealand in the British territory of Australasia. The territory broke apart in the 1960s when Japan annexed Indochina. Australia and New Zealand quickly turned away from Britain and saw the USA as a more tolerable ally. In fact in the 1930s the US fought with Australia against Japan in the Pacific War. Australia had formed a volunteer brigade that fought in the Latin American War. Australia would into the 1970s and 1980s continue to support its new found allies. the nation which surprised the nation the most was South Africa. Australia would in the collapse of Japan mop up Japanese island territories and annex more of Indonesia. Into the 1990s Australia would actively help Israel and send arms to Kurdistan. By 2016 Australia is a regional power in Oceania controlling the politics of the region along with New Zealand.

New Zealand

Flag of New Zealand

Flag of New Zealand, like Australia it disliked the Union Jack but kept it due to origins

New Zealand is a precarious nation sitting beside Australia and on the Pacific. New Zealand was a peaceful nation and dominion of Britain before the Great War. New Zealander soldiers were used in the Oceanian campaign of the Great War. New Zealand was cheated out of any territory after the defeat of Britain in 1924. New Zealand with Britain cut off ties with Britain. In 1927 Japan started its expansionist wars. Fearing Japanese expansion south and a cumbersome Australia New Zealand asked to become a US commonwealth in 1929. New Zealand would be the joke of the US servicemen there that the people were "Americans with funny accents". In 1934 New Zealand was on the frontline with the start of the Pacific War. New Zealand would serve as a massive air and naval base for US operations for operations in the South Pacific. New Zealand was eventually handed back to Britain who incorporated it into Australasia. New Zealand in 1964 eventually regained independence and joined the USA. In the Second Great War New Zealand annexed Germanys pacific islands north of German Papua. In the 1980s Australia and New Zealand fought against the Khmer Empire and liberated Indonesia. In the 1990s New Zealand would help the ULFN Pacific force mop up Japanese controlled Islands in the South Pacific. New Zealand is known as "Australia's Island cousins" and New Zealand is major power in the Pacific providing help to several island nations.

Union of South Africa

A World of Difference Flag of the Union of South Africa

Flag of South Africa post-SGW

South Africa's history is marked by bloodshed and racism. The Great War was the turning point. South African troops weren't forced to fighting in Africa but fighting in Europe. South Africa was eventually put into conflict with the USA. By 1924 South Africa had split away from Britain entirely. South Africa in the 1930s would later absorb Lethoso and Swaziland into the Union. In the Second Great War South Africa seized German Southwest Africa. South Africa quickly fell in line with the USA due to the issue of racism. In 1966 both countries joint banned their segregation laws. South Africa wouldn't become a ULFN member until 1979 when it promoted de-colonization of Africa by Europe. South Africa throughout the 70s and 80s faced protests against the quasi-apartheid laws still held in law. It wouldn't be until 2000 when these laws would fully by vanquished. In 1987 South Africa decided to intervene in the ongoing Rhodesian Civil War. South Africa's involvement didn't start until its annexation of Bechuanaland. Southwest Africa in 1998 would join the Union as North Namaland and South Namaland. Before that could happen the rebels had to be defeated and in 1995 they were. South Africa continued to prosper past the year 2000. In 2010 the African National Congress won the national election for the first time. South African troops by the modern day would be used in some various African conflicts and in supporting Israel.


Flag of Ireland

Flag of Ireland post-Great War

Ireland had always desired independence like Quebec from Canada. Ireland in 1921 revolted against Britain, however the British army was unable to crush it. In 1922 German and American arms flowed into Ireland when the British army finally overran the island. Ireland achieved independence in 1924 just like Quebec. Ireland quickly found the USA and Germany as trade partners. By the Second Great War Ireland stopped trading with Germany. Ireland quickly turned for America who signed a trade pact. In the 1960s and 70s Ireland had troubles with the protestant population of Northern Ireland. Ireland was only accepted into the ULFN in the 1990s. Ireland would be the bases for the ULFN invasion of the war torn British Isles in the 2000s. In the modern day Ireland is a practical airfield for ULFN operations in Europe.

Eurasian Military and Treaty Organization (Entente)


Flag of the United Kingdom

The Union Jack Flag, the flag on the empire which the sun never set

The British Empire had been the most powerful in the world until the Great War. Britain under William Wallace's fascist regime made the terrible choice of attacking the USA and betraying its allies. Britain was forced to surrender. Some of its colonies outright cut contact from the empire like South Africa. Britain was forced to join the European Community. In the 1930s Britain and its former allies withdrew from the pact with Germany. In 1940 Germany invaded France to rebuild the alliance. For 19 years the Entente battled the Germans. In 1959 Germany surrendered and the Entente ruled Europe. Britain would in the 60s help rebuild Europe. In the 1970s it convinced the Entente to invade the already unstable Middle East.













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