• January: With only an approval by 21 states in the United States of America prohibition is denied its place as an amendment in the constitution.
  • February: International outcry comes when states want the right to choose whether to legalize or illegalize alcohol. In every single state in the Union there is a bill that would determine prohibition, elections would be held by June.
  • April: Assassination attempts in the months on governors and senators are the highest they have ever been in history, the federal government refuses to respond to the obvious domestic terrorism that is spreading through out the country.
  • June: States solidify their choices on prohibition, organized crime follows in states that have criminalized alcohol. Some states are forced to set up border check points and have national guards at the end state lands.
  • July: The fourth of July protests begin, as many states have to shift positions on prohibition choices made in June, the protests are quickly crushed when state national guards begin opening fire on protesters, and many states go back to there original stances on prohibition.
  • September: Complete media black out is enforced through out the federal government, this was not President Woodrow Wilson's choice, but instead the choice of conservative congressman, who believe that all media is becoming "left-wing". Most medias where simply voicing there opinions.
  • October: States begin the building of border fences in order to enforce the end of illegal alcohol flow.


  • January: The D.C. bombing, an attempt to destroy the uncompleted Lincoln memorial is a partial success only destroying the left half of the building. Charles McMally the mastermind was arrested two hours later, from which he made the statement "If I can't have a drink than neither can President Lincoln."
  • April: Outbreaks of influenza cause an isolation movement, forcing states to close borders forthwith.
  • March: Two assassination attempts where made on Republican presidential candidate Warren G. Harding, and Democrat James M. Cox, while Harding was almost killed by a well funded terrorist, Cox was merely attacked by a rag-tag homeless man.
  • May: With support from California Nevada lifts its prohibition stance and becomes a wet nation.
  • November: The election of 1920 suffered the worst voter turn out in history, President Harding wins, this is due to the lack of votes from wet states, but a mass of votes in dry states.
  • December: Not even in office yet President-Elect Harding already had three attempts on his life, this is due to his stance on prohibition.


  • January: This was one of the worst years in the North America. President Harding is inaugurated and takes radical stances on prohibition that cause his approval rating to drop bellow ten percent, Mexico begins an expansionist movement taking over Latin America, and causing people to gain distrust of their government, and Canada is suffering from a secessionist movement in Quebec.
  • February: Canada suffering from an unstable economy is forced to grant independence in Quebec.
  • May: Civil war begins in Mexico.
  • June: In the United States Virginia and Kentucky begin armed conflict with each other, this is sparked when Virginian National Guard forces refused to return a liquor shipment to Kentucky. The Federal government begins peace talks, this attempt is a total failure.
  • August: Peace talks continue to fail between Virginia and Kentucky as the conflict grows, from being simple border skirmishes to full scale invasions.


  • February: On February fourth, Texas secedes from the Union with California, Colorado, Nebraska, and New York following suit almost immediately after, with National guards remaining more loyal to states than the Federal government, there is little U.S. intervention in these affairs. Two days later Sonora secedes from Mexico.
  • March: Nebraska assembles all of the "breadbasket" states in the union, Led by Daniel Morrow a devout Christian and communist enthusiast formed a peoples republic in the midwest. Realizing the importance of the midwest the United States attempted to retake the land it expanded to.
  • April: Nevada joins California, at which point film and television studios begin a rise in the country, and forming the Republic of Hollywood. Kentucky secedes and takes West Virginia and Tennessee with them forming Appalachia, Virginia still in conflict with Kentucky follows suit and secedes almost a few hours later.
  • May: Seizing there chance the deep south states secede and "reform" the confederacy, calling there new government the Confederation of Dixie. With chaos also continuing in Canada the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan break away, they engage in a small scale war with each other only to realize that they can benefit more from uniting.
  • July: Left crippled and nearly defenceless Virginia surrenders to Appalachia, In a state of near anarchy Virginia joins the recently seceded Carolinas. Utah declares Smith Law making Mormonism the states official religion, the Federal government citing this law against the constitution, forces Utah to break away, taking Montana and Wyoming with it.
  • August: Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and British Columbia all unite to form Cascadia, a rivalry is almost immediately started with Hollywood. The territories of Alaska and Hawai'i secede. Hawai'i re-forms its monarchy, Alaska seizes its opportunity and annexes the northern territories of Canada.


  • January: Colorado annexes the crumbling states of Arizona and New Mexico. Canada now completely crumbled with only Ontario and Manitoba left the government declares a state of emergency giving all power to Ontario.
  • May: The great lakes states which have been the target of Nebraska attacks secede, forming the capitalistic giant Industria, named after its primary economy.
  • June: Louisiana breaks away from Dixie, due to Dixie's failure to provide a stable economy. There is nothing much the central government of Dixie can do as they do not have the military power to retake the state.
  • July: Louisiana ill-prepared to go out on its own receives support from France and the equally French Quebec.
  • August: President Harding dies, and Vice President Coolidge takes office soon after. President Coolidge not sure about his job, withdraws all troops from Nebraska and surrenders, instead of sending the troops to there home states he orders them all to Washington D.C.


  • March: All of the Northeast secedes forming New Amsterdam, New England, and Atlantic. The United Sates has now completely crumbled, declaring a state of emergency with only Maryland Delaware, and Washington DC remaining loyal the Federal government forms the Federation of Columbus.
  • May: Mexico follows and has divided between, Sonora, Nuevo León, the Mexican central government and Yucatan which has also annexed Latin America.
  • June: A dispute over total control of the Midwest leads to a brush fire conflict between Nebraska and Industria.
  • July: Hawai'i recalls any ships stationed overseas to the country, establishing a powerful naval presence in the Pacific.
  • September: The short conflict between Industria and Nebraska ends when soldiers on both sides refuse to continue fighting.


  • January: On January 2nd Cascadia invades Northern Hollywood, after a two year long cold war.
  • February: Quebec invades the Dominion of Newfoundland. Dixie decides to invade Louisiana, in attempt to retake the territory, Texas and France both close allies of Louisiana intervene.
  • March: Constant dispute between Capitalism and Communism, leads to a second more major conflict between Industria and Nebraska.


  • February: After seven long years of war, Mexico finally settles on a peace agreement. Louisiana retains its independence from Dixie.
  • March: Quebec annexes Newfoundland.
  • October: An event dubbed "Black Tuesday" occurs, when the DOW of the stock markets reaches its lowest ever, after five weeks of tension and economic stability, Black Tuesday is called off as a close call of how the worlds stocks might have been destroyed and ruin many countries efforts for stable economies.


  • January: Cascadia takes almost all of Northern Hollywood, only to be stopped at the Fresno border, the treaty of Santa Cruz signed.
  • February: An election in Alaska leads the country to take on a communist leadership. This forms a strong alliance with the USSR and Alaska, this also allows the country to establish a stable partnership between Nebraska and and the Soviet Union, something that seemed impossible considering the USSR being an atheist nation and Nebraska being Christian.
  • June: With the threat of Alaskan and Soviet interference, Industria ends the second conflict with Nebraska.
  • July: New England invades the Atlantic Commonwealth.
  • September: The Atlantic turns the tide of war against New England and defeats them in a bloody two month long conflict.


  • March: Rioting and protests in Southern Cascadia, formerly Northern Hollywood, lead Cascadia to enforce martial law in that region. Hollywood invades Cascadia three days later.
  • April: In fear of seeing the same chaos in North America Britain transforms its mainland into the Greater British Commonwealth effectively forming a democratic monarchy allowing territories and countries to make more decisions independently.
  • May: Dixie supports the creation of the Greater British Commonwealth and signs the Trans-Atlantic accord forming a powerful trade union between the two countries.


  • January: Hollywood retakes much of its former territory from Cascadia reducing the Cascadian border to Mendocino county. Adolf Hitler comes to power in a war torn Germany and forms the Third Reich.
  • February: Economic collapse in Africa forces the independence of several territories.


  • January: The rise of the Japanese Empire causes uncomfortable tensions in most Pacific countries, in an efforts to fend off Japanese influence Hollywood, and Cascadia put aside there differences to compete against Japan the two countries along with Hawai'i, Australia and the Philippines sign the Pacific Pact.
  • February: Political stress in Carolina, and Appalachia causes the two countries to end racial segregation, Nebraska after sighting several clauses in there constitution follows a few weeks later, and Hollywood after realizing a growing mix in racial cultures, as well as a growing rise in multi-racial actors follows a week later.
  • June: By this month most nations across the globe end racial segregation.


  • September: The Third Reich invades Poland and World War II is started. The Tripartite Pact is signed forming the Axis Powers, consisting of Germany, Japan, Italy, and Utah.
  • November: Dixie joins the Axis Powers.
  • December: The Allied Powers are officially formed.


  • January: Germany's expansionism continues through Europe.
  • February: Dixie launches a surprise invasion of New Amsterdam and occupies the nations capital of New York City.
  • March: Utah invades Colorado and Nebraska.


  • February: Texas although a supporter of the Axis powers intervenes on behalf of the allies after a Dixie invasion of Louisiana. Quebec and Ontario both join the Allied Powers.
  • April: New England joins the Allies.
  • June: Operation Barbarossa, Germany invades the Soviet Union and the USSR joins the allies.
  • December: Pearl Harbor, the Japanese attack Hawai'i several crippling the nations powerful navy. The Japanese break the Pacific Pact and Hollywood, Cascadia, Hawai'i, Australia, and the Philippines join the Allied powers.


  • January: The Axis have the balance of power tilted in their favor.
  • April: Japanese begin all out assault on the Philippines.
  • June: The former countries of Mexico (excluding Sonora which chose neutrality) enter on behalf of the allies. The Battle of Midway, a combined effort of the pacific countries leads the tide of war to turn toward the allies in the Pacific.


  • February: Rumors begin that New Amsterdam and the Pacific allies may be developing a super weapon.
  • March: Soviets drive out most German forces, from their homeland.
  • April: The allies of North America launch Operation Buffalo and turn the tide against the North American Axis.
  • June: The allies of Europe finally turn the tide of war against the Axis powers of Europe.


  • January: Berlin is occupied but the Germans refuse to end World War II in defeat, and recall soldiers back to Munich which is established as the countries temporary capital.
  • February: Utah, and Dixie officially surrender, and the allies of North America send more support to Europe.
  • July: Unable to end World War II, the Allies use the newly created nuclear weapon, and drop two nuclear bombs, one in Hamburg Germany, and another in Hiroshima Japan. Realizing the power the Allies have demonstrated, the Axis Powers surrender bringing an end to World War II.
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