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Many historians view the World War as simply a continuation of The Great War and The Texan-American War. For North America, this statement is accurate.

The World War

At the end of The Great War France, Great Britain and Italy had been forced to sign the Armistice of the Saarland. This had set the war reparations for the Entente countries. A separate peace, the treaty of Brest-Litovsk had been signed by the Russians with Germany. The Armistice treaty also stipulated that Great Britain, France and Italy would have no standing army in excess of 100,000 men and that they would relinquish their overseas territories.

The CSA chaffed against the reparations that were to be repaid to the USA, and stopped their payments. Their hatred and anger turned against the Blacks, who they quickly forced from their cities and began concentrating them, placing them on agricultural communes and forcing them to produce the food for their own survival.

Hearing of the acts of the ‘Rebs’ the Yankee Armies soon prepared for invasion, and in 1939, the USA invaded the CSA. Within four years it was subjected to the USA, and the USA spanned nearly the entire North American continent, a bellicose war-mongering nation.

In Europe, Britain and France had put aside their differences of times passed and formed the Axis of Freedom, winning the support of Italy, Spain and Portugal.

European Theater

Ireland, newly liberated at the end of the Great War had made secret agreements for lend-lease with the United States, preparing themselves for a vengeful return against their British oppressors. As the war flared, and Britain's attentions were drawn elsewhere, the Irish turned out their wrath, "liberating" the Celtic peoples of Wales and Cornwall in a bold stroke that forced Britain into the reality of a two-front war.

American Theater

East-Asian Theater


Britain and France were utterly defeated

The World War proved a crushing defeat to the Axis Powers. Some, such as Austria, Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania and Tirol were captured and made part of foreign empires.

Others, like France and White Poland, were partitioned between foreign powers, or in the case of France, partitioned to prevent further uprisings against the status quo. North France, or France as it was known by 1955 was a German satellite state, and Gaulia lead first by Philippe Pétain, and François Darlan after Pétain's death from old age. Darlan was entirely aligned with German international policy and maintained a strict control of Gaulia from his headquarters in Lyon.

Great Britain suffered as well, with Scotland becoming a dependency of the Scandinavian Union and Wales and Cornwall being captured by Ireland.

The Balkans, long a powder-keg of religious and ethnic conflict erupted while the rest of the world was embroiled in war. Romania invaded neighboring Oltenia capturing more than 50% of oltenian lands. In the west, Dalmatia and Croatia unified to form Dalmato-Croatia and quickly invaded Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina.

Serbia, distracted from its southern border while invading Montenegro lost Macedonia to Greece.

In the Middle East Russia strong-armed its protectorates into federating to for the USSR. In the Mediterranean Corsica and Sardinia were given a federated autonomy, with regional capitals at Ajaccio and Cagliari.

North American borders following the World War

In the west, North America was an American fief, the United States of America spanning the continent from north to south and east to west with the satellite nations of California and the Republic of New France. The People's Republic of Mexico remained heavily armed against a perceived American threat, and fostered ties with Russia through Alaska. By 1955 a non-aggression pact between California and Mexico was secretly signed, followed in 1957 by a mutual protection pact in the event the USA decided to further aggrandize its territory.

In 1951 the Allianz der Staaten acknowledged the formal existence of the Republic of New France, and by 1955 a noticeable stream of Canadians were vying for entry to the Republic with its laxer laws and larger political freedoms. By 1960 the government at Washington had exerted pressure under President Nixon to restrict the flow of "American Citizens" to New France and California.