Can anybody think of a TL then post it with the Confederates somehow becoming a superpower in the military, navy, and territorrial matters?
Why the heck don't you post something substantial for once. You harp on about the same improbable subject. In the Confederate Navy debate Grey Wolf, Walter Kaufman and myself have repeatedly pointed out to you that your ATL is completely unlikely - if not impossible. You can no concept of how badly off the Confederacy would be. You don't even appear to have anything more than passing faint familiarity with Civil War history, its economic, socio-political and foreign policy, etc. sides.ConfederateFly said:Does anybody else have a timeline for the Confederate Superpower?
I think people mean Great Power and are just using an anachronistic term for it - after all the word super-power (or, dreadful thought hyper-power which I hear the USA called now) only make sense in comparison to some other pre-existing term for a BIG power.Xen said:Ive always wondered why people keep asking about SUPERPOWERS , historically there have been very few and the odds of any nation achieving such a status isn't very good. Ive seen everything ranging from a Papal Superpower to the Polish Superpower and I believe there was once a Swiss Superpower. What is the obsession with Superpowers? As powerful as China is, it is not a superpower, as potent as India is, it is not a superpower.