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
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 mentioned running around (Rear Admiral Fiske who commanded the Dakota Task Force) and Rear Admiral Halsey who was commander of the Naval District that was going to help out MacArthur.It's not Chief of Naval Staff, it's Chief of Naval Operations, btw. The CNO (maybe Ernie King TTL, maybe someone else) would fight tooth and nail to keep all naval aviation, whether land-based or carrier-based, as part of the Navy.
The ones that are mentioned in the books are Sloss Steel Foundry, which was a real-life company, Cyclone Chemicals Company (a parallelism for the company that made Zyklon B), the Confederate Citrus Company, and the C.B. Churchill Company.What about the companies and corporations of the Confederacy?
Hmmm. I suppose in this world people need to go to German economic pages on North American stocks in order to see the KKK.
Weren't the Confederate companies that manufactured the poison and crematorium for the death camps named as well ?- 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 was also a mail order service I cant recall right now, have to reread or listen to the audio books again.
Beyond that not really named companies though we can make them up no problem, there was at least one major oil company in Texas and it would astound me if Anne Colleton didnt Incorporate her holdings or something at some point, as its mentioned that the Marshlands Plantation is one of the largest and most profitable plantations Pre Great War in South Carolina
Weren't the Confederate companies that manufactured the poison and crematorium for the death camps named as well ?
Somebody mentioned that one