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SecConfederates 1

Confederate Presidents
Name Term Party Vice President Previous Position
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Jefferson Davis

(1808-1889)

February 22, 1861

-

February 22, 1867

Independent Alexander Stephens Senator from Mississippi

(1857-1861)

Stephens.jpg

Alexander H. Stephens

(1812-1895)

February 22, 1867

-

February 22, 1873

Independent James Seddon Vice President of the C.S.A.

(1861-1867)

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John Reagan

(1818-1905)

February 22, 1873

-

February 22, 1879

Integrity Party Henry T. Clark Confederate Secretary of State

(1870-1872)

George Patton Sr.jpg

George Patton I

(1833-1880)

February 22, 1879

-

March 5, 1880A

Liberty William Burnham Woods Governor of Virginia

(1874-1878)

William Burnham Woods.jpg

William Burnham Woods

(1824-1887)

March 5, 1880

-

February 22, 1885

Vacant Vice President of the C.S.A.

(1879-1880)

William Mahone.jpg

William Mahone

(1826-1899)

February 22, 1885

-

February 22, 1891

People's Party Horace Maynard Senator from Virginia

(1873-1885)

Samuel Ealy Johnson Sr.jpg

Samuel Ealy Johnson I

(1838-1915)

February 22, 1891

-

February 22, 1897

Thomas Watson Confederate Secretary of State

(1887-1891)

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Joseph Blackburn

(1838-1918)

February 22, 1897

-

February 22, 1903

Conservative Benjamin Tillman Governor of Kentucky

(1891-1896)

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John S. Williams

(1854-1932)

February 22, 1903

-

February 22, 1909

Howell Edmunds Jackson Speaker of the Confederate House

(1899-1903)

George Smith Patton 1856-1927.jpg

George Patton II

(1856-1927)

February 22, 1909

-

February 22, 1915

People's Party James Hogg Governor of Virginia

(1906-1909)

ChampClark (cropped).jpg

Champ Clark

(1850-1921)

February 22, 1915

-

February 22, 1921

Conservative Locke Craig Senate Majority Leader

(1911-1915)

Tyson Lawrence.jpg

Tyson Lawrence

(1861-1933)

February 22, 1921

-

February 22, 1927

Alfred Bulwinkle Confederate Secretary of the Treasury

(1916-1921)

Samuel Ealy Johnson Jr.jpg

Samuel Ealy Johnson II

(1877-1940)

February 22, 1927

-

February 22, 1933

People's Party Clifford Walker Governor of Texas

(1923-1927)

Hull.jpg

Cordell Hull

(1871-1955)

February 22, 1933

-

February 22, 1939

Conservative Charles O. Andrews Senator from Tennessee

(1921-1933)

George S. Patton Jr. 1945.jpg

George Patton III

(1885-1945)

February 22, 1939

-

February 22, 1945

People’s Party Champ Clark II Secretary of War

(1930-1938)

Bull connor.jpg

Bull Connor

(1897-1964)

February 22, 1945

-

February 22, 1951

Conservative Richard Russell II Governor of Alabama

(1939-1945)

Bernie Moore.jpg

Bernard Moore

(1895-1970)

February 22, 1951

-

February 22, 1957

Libertarian William Fulbright Football Coach
Albert Arnold Gore Sr.jpg

Al Gore I

(1907-1998)

February 22, 1957

-

February 22, 1963

People’s Party Lyndon B. Johnson Senator from Tennessee

(1939-1957)

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Lyndon B. Johnson

(1908-1973)

February 22, 1963

-

February 22, 1969

George Patton IV Vice President of the C.S.A.

(1957-1963)

George Patton IV.jpg

George Patton IV

(1923-2000)

February 22, 1969

-

February 22, 1975

Thomas Eagleton Vice President of the C.S.A.

(1963-1969)

Fritz Hollings.jpg

Frederick Hollings

(1924-2021)

February 22, 1975

-

February 22, 1981

Conservative Lester Maddox Senator from South Carolina

(1966-1981)

Howard Baker.png

Howard Baker

(1925-2010)

February 22, 1981

-

February 22, 1987

James Carter Confederate Secretary of State

(1975-1980)

Kit Bond official portrait.jpg

Kit Bond

(1939)

February 22, 1987

-

February 22, 1993

George Wallace II Governor of Missouri

(1981-1985)

Al Gore No Flags.png

Al Gore II

(1948)

February 22, 1993

-

February 22, 1999

People’s Party John Lewis Senator from Tennessee

(1979-1992)

Ann Richards 1.jpg

Ann Richards

(1933-2006)

February 22, 1999

-

February 22, 2005

Libertarian Condoleezza Rice Governor of Texas

(1991-1999)

Mike Huckabee by Gage Skidmore 6 (cropped).jpg

Mike Huckabee

(1955)

February 22, 2005

-

February 22, 2011

Conservative Rick Perry Governor of Arkansas

(1995-2003)

Mary Landrieu.jpg

Mary Landrieu

(1955)

February 22, 2011

-

February 22, 2017

People’s Party Michelle Nunn Speaker of the House

(2007-2011)

Tim scott.jpg

Tim Scott

(1965)

February 22, 2017

-

Incumbent

Conservative Ron Desantis Senator from South Carolina

(2011-2017)

U.S. Presidents
Name Term Party Vice President Replacing
Thomas Riley Marshall headshot (3x4).jpg

Thomas Marshall

(1954-1925)

March 4, 1913

-

March 4, 1921

Democratic Judson Harmon Woodrow Wilson
Burton Kendall Wheeler.jpg

Burton K. Wheeler

(1882-1975)

April 12, 1945

-

January 20, 1953

Phil La Follette Harry Truman
EugeneMcCarthy.png

Eugene McCarthy

(1916-2008)

November 22, 1963

-

January 20, 1969

Hubert Humphrey Lyndon B. Johnson
Sargent Shriver President.JPG

Sargent Shriver

(1915-2009)

January 20, 1977

-

January 20, 1981

Walter Mondale Jimmy Carter
Harkin.jpg

Tom Harkin

(1939)

January 20, 1993

-

January 20, 2001

Paul Tsongas Bill Clinton


U.S. Vice Presidents
Name Term Party President Replacing
JudsonHarmonLOC.jpg

Judson Harmon

(1846-1927

March 4, 1913

-

March 4, 1921

Democratic Thomas R. Marshall Thomas R. Marshall
Burton Kendall Wheeler.jpg

Burton K. Wheeler

(1882-1975)

January 20, 1933

-

April 12, 1945

Franklin Delano Roosevelt John N. Garner

Henry A. Wallace

Harry Truman

Philip La Follette.jpg

Phillip La Follette

(1897-1968)

April 12, 1945

-

January 20, 1953

Burton K. Wheeler Alben Barkley
Eugene McCarthy.pngEugene McCarthy

(1916-2008)

January 20, 1961

-

November 22, 1963

John F. Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson

No Josiffe

British PMs
Name Term Party Seat
Jeremy Thorpe.jpg

Jeremy Thorpe

(1929-2014)

June 18, 1970

-

December 2, 1980

Liberal North Devon
David Steel Modern.jpg

David Steel

(1938)

December 2, 1980

-

June 9, 1983

Plymouth Devonport
Margaret Thatcher.png

Margaret Thatcher

(1925-2013)

June 9, 1983

-

April 2, 1992

Conservative Fincley
PaddyAshdown.jpg

Jeremy Ashdown

(1941)

April 2, 1992

-

April 2, 1997

Liberal Hamdon
Kenneth Clarke.jpg

Kenneth Clarke

(1940)

April 2, 1997

-

June 7, 2001

Conservative Brigford
Malcolm Bruce.jpg

Malcolm Bruce

(1944)

June 7, 2001

-

May 5, 2005

Liberal Gordon
David Davis.jpeg

David Davis

(1948)

May 5, 2005

-

May 6, 2010

Conservative Howden
Sir Vince Cable.jpeg

Vince Cable

(1943)

May 6, 2010

-

June 8, 2017

Liberal Twickenham
Dominic Raab.jpg

Dominic Raab

(1974)

June 8, 2017

-

Incumbent

Conservative Esher and Waton

Nick the Bad, Nick the Good

What if Nicholas, cousin of the last tsar revived the Russian Empire under an elective monarchy.

Tsars of Russia
Name Reign Claim Achievement
Grand duke nicholas.jpg

Nicholas III

“The Great”

March 8, 1922

-

May 17, 1929

( 7 years, 2 months, 10 days)

Cousin of Nicholas II Overthrew the communist government
Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich.jpg

Alexander IV

“The Preserver”

May 17, 1929

-

February 26, 1933

( 3 years, 9 months, 10 days)

Nephew of Nicholas III Retook The Ukraine, the Baltics, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Dmitri Pavlovich Romanov.jpg

Paul II

“The fighter”

February 26, 1933

-

March 5, 1946

(13 years, 8 days)

Cousin of Alexander IV Lead Russia through World War II. Monarchy abolished upon his death.

A memorable Pierce

This follows the list of U.S. Presidents if the 14th President Franklin Pierce had controlled Slavery with taxation and had annex Cuba and Puerto Rico as well as the Vice President William R. King lives. Only 4 terms are changed and the Rest is like our timeline with Ulysses S. Grant winning the Presidency in 1868.

Name Term Party Vice President Previous Position
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Franklin Pierce

(1804-1869)

March 4, 1853

-

March 4, 1861

Democratic William R. King Senator from New Hampshire

(1837-1842)

Jeremiah Black.jpg

Jeremiah Black

(1810-1883)

March 4, 1861

-

March 4, 1869

Samuel S. Cox Secretary of State

(1857-1861)

Hughes

Name Term Party Vice President
240px-Charles Evans Hughes-01.jpg

Charles E. Hughes

(1862-1948)

March 4, 1917

-

March 4, 1925

Republican Charles W. Fairbanks

(1917-1918)

Nicholas Butler

(1921-1925)

Nicholas Murray Butler ppmsca.03668.jpg

Nicholas M. Butler

(1862-1947)

March 4, 1925

-

March 4, 1929

Charles B. Warren
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Cordell Hull

(1871-1955)

March 4, 1929

-

January 20, 1933

Democratic Ellison D. Smith
Charles Linza McNary cph.3b18950 (cropped 3x4).jpg

Charles McNary

(1874-1944)

January 20, 1933

-

January 20, 1941

Republican John G. Townsend Jr.
Martin L. Davey.jpg

Martin L. Davey

(1884-1946)

January 20, 1941

-

March 31, 1946 D

Democratic Charles H. Martin

(1941-1945)

James W. Fulbright

(1945-1946)

Fulbright.jpg

James W. Fulbright

(1905-1995)

March 31, 1946

-

January 20, 1953

Vacant

(1946-1949)

Jim Folsom

(1949-1953)

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Omar Bradley

(1893-1981)

January 20, 1953

-

January 20, 1961

Republican Henry C. Lodge Sr
Sparkman.jpg

John Sparkman

(1899-1987)

January 20, 1961

-

January 20, 1965

Democratic Lyndon B. Johnson
Goldwater senate.jpg

Barry Goldwater

(1909-1998)

January 20, 1965

-

January 20, 1973

Republican William Miller
Thomas Eagleton.jpg

Thomas Eagleton

(1929-2007)

January 20, 1973

-

August 7, 1975 I

Democratic Sargent Shriver
Sargent Shriver President.JPG

Sargent Shriver

(1915-2011)

August 7, 1975

-

January 20, 1981

Lloyd Bentsen

(1975-1981)

George H. W. Bush, President of the United States, 1989 official portrait cropped.jpg

George H. W. Bush

(1924-2018)

January 20, 1981

-

January 20, 1989

Republican Benjamin Fernandez
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Al Gore

(1948)

January 20, 1989

-

January 20, 1993

Democratic Barbara Mikulski
Bush1994.jpg

George W. Bush

(1946)

January 20, 1993

-

January 20, 2001

Republican Donald Rumsfeld
Joe Lieberman Secretary of State.jpg

Joe Lieberman

(1942)

January 20, 2001

-

January 20, 2009

Democratic Buddy McKay
Herman Cain by Gage Skidmore 4.jpg

Herman Cain

(1945-2020)

January 20, 2009

-

January 20, 2017

Republican John E. Bush
Jeb Bush Feb 2015.jpg

John E. Bush

(1953)

January 20, 2017

-

January 20, 2021

John Kasich
Roy Cooper.jpeg

Roy Cooper

(1957)

January 20, 2021

-

Incumbent

Democrat Tim Ryan