West Indies Federation
Timeline: Great Nuclear War

OTL equivalent: West Indies Federation, Guyana
Flag of the West Indies Federation Coat of arms of the Federation of the West Indies
Flag Coat of Arms
Map of the West Indies Federation GNW
Map of the Federation

(""To dwell together in unity"")

Anthem ""A Song for Federation""
Capital Port of Spain
Largest city Georgetown
Language English, Creole English
Demonym West Indian
Government Parliamentary republic
  legislature West Indies Senate
Prime Minister
Currency West Indies Dollar
The West Indies Federation is a Federal Republic consisting of 14 federal republics and one Associate State. It was formed from the old West Indies Federation, which was formed of several British Colonies.



The West Indies Federation was formed in 1958 from several British Colonies, as an attempt to create a unified independent state. However, by 1961 Jamaica became dissatisfied with the Federation's failure to become independent, and by mid 1962 had left it. After this, the future of the Federation became unknown, and salvage attempts were attempted. By late 1962 the future of the federation was greatly in question.

Great Nuclear War

However, with the Great Nuclear War, the local sugar and tourists trades had collapsed, and all contact with the United Kingdom was lost. The leaders of the West Indies Federation met in Port of Spain and declared a new constitution. Assuming the monarchy exctinct, the Federation declared itself a republic, declaring Governor-General Lord Hailes as temporary President, though with Prime Minister Grantly Herbert Adams holding almost all power. The new constitution also bound the Federation more tightly together, allowing better trade, free-movement and power moved to the Federal Government.


With the success, the Federation offerred Jamaica membership again, but it refused. However, a suprise came in 1963 when British Guiana, struggling by itself, requested membership. Whilst some feared the large state may swallow the union, it was accepted, increasing the population of the Federation by 25%. Too quell distrust of the large addition, Guyana was split into two Federal Areas, though they remained closely linked.

In 1977. relations with Belize were firmly established, and, after holding a referendum, applied to join the Federation, and on the 1st January 1978 it was admitted.


Federal States

The Federation is made up of seventeen federal states. They are:

Flag Name Capital Population Area (km2)
Flag of Anguilla (1967-1969) Anguilla The Valley 13,600 91
Flag of Antigua and Barbuda  Antigua and Barbuda St Johns 91,000 440
Flag of the Bahamas Bahamas Nassau 350,000 13,000
Flag of Barbados Barbados Bridgetown 275,000 439
Flag of Belize Belize Belmopan 23,000 368,000
Flag of Dominica Dominica Roseau 72,000 750
Flag of Grenada Grenada St George's 100,000 348.5
Flag of Guyana  Inner Guyana Linden
Flag of Montserrat GNW Montserrat Brades 4,900 102
Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis  Saint Christopher-Nevis Basseterre 55,000 261
Flag of Saint Lucia  Saint Lucia Castries 184,000 617
Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown 103,000 344
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago  Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain 1,349,667 5,131
Flag of Guyana  Upper Guiana Georgetown

Associate States

Flag of Bermuda Bermuda

The state of Bermuda, due to its distance from the other states, has greater autonomy over its affairs.


WIN flag GNW

Naval Jack of the WIF

The Armed forces of the West Indies Federation is the West Indies Armed Services. The largest branch is the Navy, followed by the Army and Air Force. The headquarters are in Chaguaramas, and is administered by the Ministy of Defence. The WIAS is based around the old British System, though it has purcashed some old quipment from the Puerto Rican and US Virgin Island's militaries.

The West Indies Navy (WIN) is the largest section of the WIAS, followed by the Army (WIA) and finally the West Indies Air Force (WIAF). The WIN is mainly patrol boats, though has a few small frigates, whilst the WIAF is mainly made up of patrol craft and a few light fighters. The WIA is primarily infantry, as well as transport and a few tanks and artillery.

WIA flag GNW

Flag of the West Indies Air Force

International Relations

The West Indies Federation has close links with the Netherlands Antilles and French Community, and alongside them has spoken against the Dominican Republic's occupation of Haiti.

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