Part 2 of the Worldwide American Civil War timeline.
May 26: CSA citizens celebrate winning the war. In the presidential elections Abraham begins to falter in the race as a result of his loss during the war. Prussia and Russia sends soldiers out to colonize its new territories.
November 11: George B. McClellan is elected President of the USA. The 13th Amendment is added to the constitution, which bans slavery.
February 16: In Cuba a rebellion begins earlier than in OTL because the Cubans were inspired by the Confederates. The CSA aids Cuba and the rebellion is a success. Cuba becomes a CSA territory.
March 13: In result of the CSA expansion the USA begins building a railroad that would go from the East Coast to the West Coast. They also send Hawaii a message stating a declaration of war. The US wanted Hawaii because the CSA got Cuba, thus The Hawaiian-American War begins.
March 18: US ships blockade the Hawaiian Islands. The CSA condemns the action.
April 2: US soldiers land in the Big Island and Hawaii. The Hawaiians put up a greater fight than expected as they build tunnels and caves.
May 4: Big Island falls after 32 days of fighting.
May 15: Honolulu falls and Hawaii surrenders. Hawaii becomes a US territory.
May 25: The CSA celebrates the first anniversary of 1865 Independence Day.
May 26: Plans are drawn up to have the Continental Railroad (The name of the railroad that goes east to west) also connect with Russian cities in Canada, such as Winnipeg or Toronto, once they are rebuilt.
June 18: The Mormons rise up again as they believe it is their time for independence. Aggressive US resistance attacks them. President McClellan does not approve of the aggressive policy against their neighbors as he believes America is becoming militaristic.
June 27: A riot takes place in Washington DC as the people supporting militarism fight with pacifists. (Its ironic that the pacifists are fighting for their cause.) Federal soldiers are sent in to stop the riot.
July 5: President McClellan is assassinated by anarchists and militarists. Vice President George Hunt Pendleton is sworn in as president and in his inauguration speech he vows to stop the anarchism that has struck the US.
July 14: The man responsible for killing McClellan, Zachary Woods (never existed in OTL) is found with his cronies trying to escape into the Pacific Ocean. They are hung in San Francisco. President Pendelton announces this is the first step in stopping the anarchism.
July 28: US Army soldiers storm Salt Lake City in an attempt to find Brigham Young, who survived the First Mormon Rebellion. They find him along with other leaders of the rebellion. They are hanged as well and the rebellion ends. Pendelton announce this is the second step in restoring peace in the USA.
August 9: President Pendelton sends soldiers out to attack the militarists' base in New York City. They are lead by General Grant, who had gone crazy after losing the war to the Confederates. They attack the base and kill everybody inside, including Grant. Pendelton says that's the third and final step in restoring peace. American rejoice in the news. August 9 is now the holiday of Peace Day.
August 30: The SRM completes its bloody conquest of Central America and draws invasion plans for places in the Caribbean. In response to this threat the CSA attempts to gain allies in the Caribbean with little effect.
September 12: The SRM begins its invasion of the Caribbean. The first target is Jamaica. Meanwhile the US and CS see the SRM as a threat and attempt to gain territory in the Caribbean. The US invades the Bahamas after the Confederates and take the island. The Bahamas becomes a territory of the US.
February 17: Hawaii is admitted as the 26th state of the USA.
March 29: The SRM begins constructing a canal, the Panama Canal, in order to help its commerce go from the Atlantic to the Pacific and vice versa.
April 11: A rebellion begins in Quebec as the British taxed them more in order to pay for the destruction caused during the war. The US recognises Quebec and sends soldiers into Quebec.
May 5: The British, after pressure from the US and Russia, gives independence to Quebec. The Quebec government is Pro-US.
July 6: The Bahamas is admitted as the 27th state as the USA.
August 9: As a result of the US admitting their new territories statehood the CSA gives Cuba statehood.
May 13: The Quebec government fails and looks as if Quebec is going to split into different nations. The US asks Quebec if they would like to be a state of the US. The Quebeckers, in order to save their unity, agrees and Quebec becomes the 28th state of the US.
November 15: Robert E. Lee is elected president of the CSA, becoming the third president of the CSA.
February 7: Uprisings begin in Georgia by slaves. President Lee sends soldiers to stop the rebels. The US smuggles weapons to the rebels.
August 5: The uprisings have spread to all of the CSA at this point. President Lee orders all rebels executed where they stand. The CSA give no mercy to the rebels and attempt to end the rebellion with fear.
November 11: George H. Pendelton is re-elected president of the United States.
March 20: The CSA discovers the USA smuggled the weapons to the rebels. The CSA declares war on the US and invades Missouri, Maryland and Arizona.
March 21: The USA declares war on the CSA, starting the War of 1869. Their European allies decline to go to war, because both nations brought this to themselves. The CSA had the black people as slaves and the USA supply their revolution.
April 3: Confederate and Union soldiers clash on the outskirts of St. Louis and Washington. Both sides put their all into these into these battles.
September 4: The US makes an advance in Virginia in an attempt to take the capital and draw the battle away from the North.
September 9: The offensive bogs down because of poor planning and the Confederates under Gen. T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson had more soldiers than expected.
May 17: The European powers manage to get the warring nations to make peace with each other. As both sides were becoming sick of the war a cease-fire was signed.
May 21: The Treaty of London is signed between the two nations. The treaty says that pre-war boundaries would be established and that slavery would have to end in North America by 1880.
June 1: The USA and the CSA continue to industrialize and build more weapons.
August 5: The US begins building the Washington Trenches. These trenches and fortifications surround Washington DC and are designed to protect the city from a Confederate attack.
November 11: Henry Wilson is elected President of the United States.
July 20: The US creates the Maine Navy. The Maine Navy is designed for attacks against the remaining parts of Canada in British possession: New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
November: James Longstreet is elected President of the CSA.
June 4: Former CSA President Lee dies in Arlington, VA.
October 2: US President Henry Wilson dies and Vice President James A. Garfield becomes President.
February 5: The construction of the Washington Trenches are expanded and reach the Potomac River, connecting with already existing trenches and fortifications.
November: James Garfield defeats Samuel J. Tilden in a close presidential race. Wilson becomes president of the US for his second term.
April 24: The Russo-Ottoman War of 1877 begins. The US and Prussia send supplies to Russia but do not take further action as Russia started the war.
June 13: The Triple Entente of the CSA, Britain and France, begin sending supplies to the Ottoman Empire.
August 15: Both alliances send soldiers to aid their side: US and German volunteers to Russia and Entente soldiers to the Ottoman Empire.
March 3: The war ends with a Russian victory. Because the Ottoman Empire lost to Russia, part of the Triple Alliance, the Ottoman Empire allies with the Entente.
September 19: The SRM completes the Panama Canal.
November: Thomas J. Jackson is elected President of the CSA.
1880: James G. Blaine is elected president of the US.
1881: Blaine is shot and Vice President Chester Arthur becomes president.
1884: Grover Cleveland is elected President of the USA.
1885: Jeb Stuart is elected CSA President.
1888: Benjamin Harrison is elected USA President.
1891: John B. Gordon, is elected president of the CSA.
1892: Grover Cleveland is re-elected President of the US.
1896: William McKinley is elected President of the US.
1897: Robert Edward Lee II, son of Robert E. Lee is elected president of the CSA.
1898: The Philippines revolt against her Spanish rulers. The US ships, the USS California, is mysteriously sunk and the US declares war on Spain. The US begins landings in the Philippines. Spain, however, wary of the US takeover of Hawaii, is more prepared and the war drags on.
1900: The Republicans become unpopular because the war is taken longer than the public believed it should. William Jennings Bryan takes office.
1902: The Spanish-American War ends. The US fails to take the Philippines and the Democratic Party, because of the loss, is now unpopular.
1904: Republican Theodore Roosevelt becomes president of the US.
1908: Theodore Roosevelt is re-elected.
1912: Theodore Roosevelt becomes the first President of the US to be elected to a third term.
June 28: Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary is assassinated in Serbia. Austro-Hungary gives Serbia an ultimatum.
July 28: Serbia fails to agree with the ultimatum so Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia. Britain, who allied with Serbia after allying with the Ottoman Empire, declared war on Astria-Hungary. Germany then declared war on Britain, and France declared war on Germany, and Austria. Russia declared war on the Entente and Austria-Hungary; Austria-Hungary was an ally of Germany, not a member of the Triple Alliance. In North America the US declared war on the Entente, so it was officially at war with the remaining British presence in Canada and the CSA. World War 2 had begun.