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  1. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    More likely hed be a Major General, Jake didn't promote many officers, and notably never promoted a single Officer to full General rank (probably because he despised all the old Generals who held the rank as they were Jrs, III and IVs) Forrest was a Lt. Gen throughout the entire war,, despite...
  2. Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

    It was written that Morrell visited the Liberty Bell while he was in Philadelphia during his tour in the General Staff in 1915, it was stated explicitly that Lee didnt take it.
  3. Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

    Well he likely continued serving under the Red Baron until the end of the war, stayed in the Air Force, rose the ranks and possibly eventually commanded a wing or air fleet in SGW
  4. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    Wasn't mentioned directly, it was some outfit from Houston, and that Group Leader Pinkard was pissed they were sold a bill of goods because the crematorium was extremely faulty and that he planned on improving later, never had the chance obviously.
  5. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    - The Tredegar Works (Small Arms) - Birmingham Motor Company (Trucks and later barrels, likely handled combines in between wars) - The Confederate Citrus Company (State owned front company for aircraft production) - The Sloss Works (Steel Mills as mentioned) - Huntington Rocket Company There...
  6. DBWI: No North American Dominion

    The Union of British North America is one of the most integral parts of the British Commonwealth even to this day, economically an even more important engine then the Dominion of India. But there is popular thought that had the British Parliament not given their colonies representation in the...
  7. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    That's the unfortunate part of TL-191 that the CNO (thanks for the correction ;) ) was never specified. The closest to a Naval leader that was mentioned was Admiral Dewey who had command of the Pacific Fleet during the capture of the Sandwich islands and a number of Rear Admirals that were...
  8. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    didnt know that had been mentioned... good to know!
  9. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    But it isnt specified whether the pilots were AAF just attached to the Carrier or are directly under the Navy. They started flying Wright Fighting Scouts which implies they would be AAF. It's why I'm curious. However I agree with your assessment. The Navy didnt play as decisive a role in GW2...
  10. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    This is what I mean though, what if the Army fights about losing the AAF, i would imagine the Chief of the General Staff and Chief of Naval Staff would be having outright fights with President Dewey over this
  11. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    Aye, with how powerful and important Air Power had become (Fighter Bombers arguably were equally as important as the Mk. III at breaking Confederate resistance in Kentucky and Tennessee.) I cant see them remaining subservient to the US Army. Brings up another interesting follow up them; does...
  12. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    That's my thought. If the US decides to create a single united department to coordinate the Army, Navy and now massive United State Army Air Force (assuming it's not made it's own dedicated branch) then he could be a potentional first Secretary of Defense. Otherwise War/Army makes sense to me
  13. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    Its confirmed he was being forced into Retirement. Possibly the Secretary of War, he had proven himself to be a competent military administrator, that or as pointed out possible Civillian head of a Reconstruction Team
  14. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    Its mentioned they are the only ones in the North American continent that it's used; it's more then distinctly possible, as I'm assuming, the British used them to neutralize several German and Dutch fortification in Belgium and the Netherlands to make the advance easier similar to how the...
  15. TL-191: Filling the Gaps

    In fact; I was in the midst of building an Entente and German Order of Battle What I've gone so far Anglo-French Invasion of Germany & the Low Countries Codename: Operation Charlemagne French 1st Army Group - Invasion of Alsace-Lorraine - French 1st Army - French 2nd Army - French 7th Army -...