Turn of the century map of North America, sans Greenland (still owned by the Kingdom of Denmark).
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To answer them, Canada became independent via referendum (think like how Quebec would become independent IRL), with the western parts being pretty much fully Americanized by this point. The Maritimes simply weren't given the choice and were made states.1. What is going with Canada?
2. So independent CSA was restored? And what is with Florida?
3. Is Jamaica part of USA? It is bit hard to tell on map.
And Guatemala got Belize. The *true* sign of how far the British fell...To answer them, Canada became independent via referendum (think like how Quebec would become independent IRL), with the western parts being pretty much fully Americanized by this point. The Maritimes simply weren't given the choice and were made states.
The CSA was restored (while being neutered), but New Africa was also established to enable the remaining black population of North America to have a safe place to stay; essentially it's the African-American version of Israel.
Jamaica and the other British and French portions of the Caribbean were transferred to the US, with a slight payment (ala Spanish-American War) and became a few states in order to quell any potential independence movements (similar to Puerto Rico IRL).
Way I envisioned it was Guatemala declaring war on the British Empire right before it collapsed, and it occupied British Honduras / Belize due to claims it had since the Spanish Empire left the (continental) New World.And Guatemala got Belize. The *true* sign of how far the British fell...
So the suffer the same fate as Indian/ Asian volunteer for Germany during WW2?
Soldiers of the Hellenic Division on the march in Palestine, circa 1943.
In the spring of 1942 following the Ottoman Empire's entry into the Second Great War, much of the Greek public was in favor of their country going to war against the Ottomans. But as the Greek Government discussed such a possibility, many Greeks decided to go to war as several thousand Greeks volunteered to serve in the British Army to fight the Turks. In June of 1942, 18,000 Greek volunteers would arrive in Egypt and would be joined by recruits from the local Egyptiote community, which they would be subsequently formed up into the Hellenic Corps under the helm of General Ioannis Pitsikas. After completing a crash course in military training by the British, the Hellenic Corps would be thrown into the fray on the Levantine Front, with their first combat debut at the Battle of Bethlehem in September 1942. While at Bethlehem, the Hellenic Corps would quickly earn a reputation of being fanatical and determined fighters when faced against their Turkish foes. The Greeks would very rarely show quarter to wounded and/or surrendering Turkish soldiers, which furthered their reputation among both the Ottoman and British/Commonwealth forces. They would fight on the Levantine Front up until November 1943 when the Hellenic Corps would be disbanded, largely thanks to a combination of the war going against Britain's favor and mounting diplomatic pressure upon the Greek Government by Germany and the United States. Most of the volunteers would end up returning to their homes in Greece by Christmas 1943, but some of the more fanatical elements of the disbanded unit would continue fighting the Ottomans in Egypt until war's end in July of 1944.
I based the Hellenic Corps off of the Spanish Blue Division, so they would share the same fate as the men of the Blue Division.So the suffer the same fate as Indian/ Asian volunteer for Germany during WW2?
All right then I expect they will based on the Indian free Corp or the Asian volunteer in GermanyI based the Hellenic Corps off of the Spanish Blue Division, so they would share the same fate as the men of the Blue Division.
FINALLY somebody mentioned about South West Africa!German South-West Africa.
Wait?! Richard Nixon actually popular with the people, his foreign policy successfully, Four terms in Office and Even limits on President terms meaning he's not corrupt?Fan List of U.S. Presidents.
37) Richard Nixon (D), [February 1, 1969-February 1, 1985]
**********I made Nixon as that one guy who eventually decides to abuse the number of terms he can run as president. After his run, a constitutional amendment is passed to limit the number of presidential terms to only two times. He was so popular with the people and his foreign policy was extremely successful. No scandal that results in resignation ever occurs.
A group of Black Confederate soldiers posing for a photo aboard a CSN transport ship on the Mississippi River, circa December 1916. Two of the men in this photo would die during the fighting in the First Great War, while all but the one on the far right of the third row would later die in the Gas Chambers as part of the Destruction during the Second Great War.