Nice addition.View attachment 827655
Picture of Camp Slaves during a War of Succession event, Tampa, Flordia, 1927.
Despite not being actual soldiers, Camp Slaves were allowed into War of Succession events. These events were used for propaganda to justify the role blacks in the CSA faced following the Second Mexican War. Gaberial Semmes would cite Camp Slaves as one reason for allowing blacks into the Confederate army. During and after the Great War, and even under Featherston's rule, Camp Slaves were used as examples of "Well-behaved Neg***s."
True, I imagined Featherston would use Camp Slaves to justify the role blacks in the CSA faced, at least before the Population Reducation.Nice addition.
Though, I think that by the time of Featherston's rule, they would have been "disappeared". A historical lacuna unfulfilled until after 1944.
Or Native Americans.
And Featherston used Mexicans to replace black people.No way that Featherston goes after Mexicans. Mexico was ally of CSA so it would be stupid go after them. Otheriwse agree. I think that Featherston generally targetted against them who weren't whites. Even that gave for Freedomites enough doing since them had go with full-scale war against USA.