List of CSA Presidents
- Jefferson Davis (1861-1864)
- Alexander Stephens (1865-1868)
- Robert E. Lee (1869-1872)
- Edmund J. Davis (1873-1876)
- James L. Kempler (1877-1880)
- William D. Bloxham (1881-1884)
- Henry D. McDaniel (1885-1888)
- James P. Eagle (1889-1892)
- William Cary Renfrow (1893-1896)
- Joseph F. Johnston (1897-1900)
- William Wright (1901-1904)
- S.W.T Lanham (1905-1908)
- Herbert S. Hadley (1909-1912)
- William C. McDonald (1913-1916)
- Charles S. Whitman (1917-1920)
- Wallace R. Farrington (1921-1924)
- George W.P. Hunt (1925-1928)
- Clement C. Young (1929-1932)
- Edwin C. Johnson (1933-1936)
- Henry Horner (1937-1940)
- Bourke B. Hickenlooper (1941-1944)
- Sam C. Ford (1945-1948)
- Arthur B. Langlie (1949-1952)
- Clifford Joy Rogers (1953-1956)
- Bert T. Combs (1957-1960)
- Jim Rhodes (1961-1964)
- Calvin L. Rampton (1965-1968)
- Paul Laxalt (1969-1972)
- Robert F. Bennett (1973-1976)
- James B. Edwards (1977-1980)
- James B. Hunt (1981-1984)
- Rudy Perpich (1985-1988)
- Ned McWerter (1989-1992)
- Evan Bayh (1993-1996)
- George W. Bush (1997-2000)
- Frank Murkowski (2001-2004)
- Dave Heinieman (2005-2008)
- Charlie Crist (2009-2012)
- Charlie Baker (2013-2016)
- Jeb Bush (2017-Present)
The Civil War was a time of rebellion for the CSA. The CSA fought agianst their enemy, the USA, Within 5 years the CSA won against the USA and the Confederate States of America was established.
After the Civil War, the CSA had a plan to reconstruct the destroyed North, President Alexander Stephens addressed the Reconstruction Act of 1867. It would rebuild all the destroyed buildings in the North. Reconstruction plan was over by 1875.
Later in the early 1900s, people from Europe and Asia started moving to the Confederate States of America through New York City.
World War I
In Austria, Franz Ferdinand is assissinated triggering WWI. Germany and Austro-Hungaria get involved and form the Central Powers. Britain and France create their alliance the Double Entente. However, the CS and Russia said that they would remain isolationist until the war was over. In 1917, World War I was over the Central Powers won and Germany takes over Britain and France.
Depression in the CSA and Russia
After WWI, the Consequences of not being involved. The CSA and Russia have a Great Depression, During this time communist revolutions take place in the Confederacy and Russia. Russia's communist revolution is successful and they establish the United Soviet States of Russia. However, the CSA's communist revolution backfires. The CSA remains a federal republic.
World War II
Then in Germany, Adolf Hitler rises to power, Britain and France become Nazi states and Adolf Hitler creates the United Nazi States of Europe. A major holocaust happens there. Eventually, CSA President Henry Horner visits the UNSE and allies with Adolf Hitler in WWII. The Allies include the USSR, Japan, and China. The Axis Powers include the UNSE, CSA, and Italy. The Axis Powers are successful taking over the Allied Nations. WWII is over in 1945.
After WWII, Germany takes West Russia, and the CSA takes East Russia. The CSA also takes Japan and China after the war. Then tensions rise between the CSA and the UNSE. This results in an alternate Cold War that lasts from 1954 to 1978. During this time the CSA develops new technology like television, computers, video games, and space tech. Then in 1969, the CSA launches a man on the moon. In 1981, President James B. Hunt created a treaty with the UNSE to stop the Cold War.
War on Terror
Then on September 11, 2001, two planes crash into the Twin Towers and cause massive destruction, this event triggers the War on Terror, where the CSA is at war with Saudi Arabia eventually the UNSE gets involved and allies with the CSA. The War on Terror lasts from 2001 to 2011. The war is finally over when President Charlie Crist announces that Osama Bin Laden had been killed. The Confederates rejoice on November 17, 2011.
Countries in Confederate Victory Scenario
- Confederate States of America
- East Russia
- United Nazi States of Europe
- West Russia
- Empire of Italia
- Vatican City
- Saudi Arabia
- North Africa