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Confederate States of America (1955 FCN RP)

The Confederate States of America was founded in 1861, following the secession of eleven states from the United States of America. War ensued, with the Confederacy emerging victorious in 1863 after the near-complete annihilation of the Union Army at the Battle of Chancellorsville. A peace treaty was signed shortly thereafter, with the United States recognizing the Confederacy's independence and claim to Indian Territory and New Mexico Territory.

The Confederate States are comprised of the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Sequoyah, Texas, and New Mexico.

Several years following the War of Southern Independence, under the presidency of war-hero Robert E. Lee, slavery was abolished.



Motto: Deo Vindice (Under God, our Vindicator)


Population: 53,240,000
Texas: 9,680,000
Florida: 5,485,000
Virginia: 5,390,000
Missouri: 4,275,000
North Carolina: 4,420,000
Georgia: 4,105,000
Tennessee: 3,605,000
Alabama: 3,175,000
Louisiana: 3,155,000
South Carolina: 2,500,000
Sequoyah: 2,350,000
Mississippi: 2,200,000
Arkansas: 1,985,000
New Mexico: 915,000
-Density: 50.4/mile²

Capital: Richmond, Virginia (pop. 420,000)
Largest City: St. Louis, Missouri(pop. 885,000)

Official Language: English

Demonym: Confederate

Government: Federal/Confederal presidential non-partisan republic
- President: Robert E. Lee IV (VA)
- Vice President: Allan Shivers (TX)
- Secretary of State: Daniel Hill (TN)
- Secretary of War: Kenneth Royall (NC)

Legislature: Congress
- Upper House: Senate
-Lower House: House of Representatives

Establishment: 1861 from United States of America
Independence: February 8, 1861

Land Area: 1,056,374 mile²

Highest Point: Wheeler Peak (NM), 13,167'
Lowest Point: sea level

GDP (nominal): $157,164,480,000
GDP (nominal) per capita: $2,952

Currency: Confederate States Dollar

In December 1860, southern states began seceding from the United States of America over a variety of reasons, ranging from states' rights, slavery and Northern tariffs, and President Lincoln's call for 75,000 volunteers to invade the rebellious states. Ultimately, the states of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, North Carolina and Virginia seceded.

The War Between the States had begun. For the next two and-a-half years, war raged. The Union had more success in the western theater, capturing New Orleans, securing much of the Mississippi River, and keeping Kentucky and Missouri from secession. The South did better in the eastern theater, defeating the Union armies in battle after battle, although their invasion of the North ended in defeat at Sharpsburg, Maryland.

At the Battle of Chancellorsville (May 1-3, 1863), Gen. Robert E. Lee divided his army, then divided it again for a daring flank attack, which was brilliantly executed by Gen. Stonewall Jackson. The battle resulted in the destruction and capture of almost the entire Union Army. Jackson was almost a victim of friendly fire on the night of May 2nd, narrowly escaping catastrophe with just a minor wound.

Lee advanced swiftly on the Northern capitol of Washington, D.C., which was now largely defenseless. The Capital was occupied by the Confederate Army while peace negotiations began.

Under the Treaty of Washington, the USA recognized the CSA's independence, and ceded the states of VA, NC, SC, GA, FL, AL, MS, TN, AR, LA, and TX, as well as Indian Territory and New Mexico Territory. In return, the Confederate's relinquished their claims to Kentucky.

After the conclusion of the War, General Robert E. Lee began advocating for the abolition of slavery. in 1866, Virginia and Texas abolished slavery, followed by Tennessee and Sequoyah (formerly Indian Territory) in 1867. In 1868, under now-President Lee, slavery was abolished nationwide, and blacks became full citizens.

Under President James Longstreet, the CSA fought a brief war in 1888 with the US over the state of Missouri, which had proclaimed their intent to secede and join the Confederacy. The Missouri Conflict ended with a Confederate victory, and Missouri became a Confederate state.

Several minor wars were fought with Indian tribes in Texas, western Sequoyah, and New Mexico during the 1870s and 1880s. In 1898, the CSA intervened in Cuba, sparking the Spanish-Confederate War. The Confederacy handily defeated the Spanish, resulting in the transfer of Cuba and Puerto Rico to the CSA. The Confederacy granted independence to Puerto Rico in 1907, and to Cuba in 1913.

In 1916, the Confederacy joined the Allies in the Great War, supporting British efforts on the western front, playing a key role in the Argonne-Meuse offensive. In the 1920s and 1930s, due to increasing antisemitism in Europe, large numbers of Jews immigrated to the CSA (including Albert Einstein) due to the long history of friendliness toward Jews (the third CSA President and war-time cabinet member, Judah Benjamin, was Jewish), largely residing in Florida.

In 1944, the Confederacy became the first nation to develop atomic weapons, and in January 1955 launched the first satellite into space.

Presidents of the CSA

    1861-1867: Jefferson Davis
    1867-1873: Robert E. Lee - abolished slavery in 1868
    1873-1879: Judah P. Benjamin
    1879-1885: John H. Reagan
    1885-1891: James Longstreet
    1891-1897: Fitzhugh Lee
    1897-1903: J.E.B. Stuart
    1903-1909: Robert B. Glenn
    1909-1915: James Hoge Tyler
    1915-1921: Thomas J. Jackson II
    1921-1927: Levi Baruch
    1927-1933: Cordell Hull
    1933-1939: William "Alfalfa Bill" Murray
    1939-1945: Peter Longstreet
    1945-1951: Jefferson Smith
    1951-1957: Robert E. Lee IV

Confederate States Armed Forces, 1955: 1,155,000
Army: 500,000
Navy: 245,000

    Main combat vessels:
    5 Midway-class aircraft carriers groups (5 carrier battle groups) - the Stonewall Jackson, the Robert E. Lee, the Shenandoah, the Independence, and the Chancellorsville
    9 cruisers (1 in each carrier battle group, 4 independent)
    35 destroyers (6 in each carrier battle group, 5 independent)
    25 diesel-electric submarines (4 in each carrier battle group, 5 independent)
    3 Thresher-class nuclear submarines

    Aircraft: 375 combat
    60 F-4 Phantom (fighter) - 12 per carrier
    85 A-4 Skyhawk (attack/fighter) - 17 per carrier
    60 F-4 Skyray (fighter) - 12 per carrier
    95 F-3 Demon (fighter) - 19 per carrier
    50 A-5 Vigilante (nuclear strike bomber, recon) - 10 per carrier
    25 refueling aircraft (5 per carrier)

Marine Corps: 90,000
Air Force: 320,000

    Main combat aircraft: 785 (Plus another 500 transport, training, refueling and misc. aircraft)
    85 F-4 Phantom (fighter)
    200 F-5 Freedom Fighter (light fighter)
    135 F-105 Thunderchief (fighter-bomber)
    175 F-100 Super Sabre (fighter/fighter-bomber)
    70 B-66 Destroyer (light bomber)
    30 B-52 Stratofortress (strategic bomber/heavy bomber)
    75 A-5 Vigilante (nuclear strike bomber, recon) CSN
    15 U-2 Dragon Lady (recon)

Nuclear arsenal: 107 nuclear bombs

State Guard forces: 756,000 (528,250 Army; 77,000 Navy; 150,750 Air Force)
600 State Guard aircraft: 145 F-5 Freedom Fighter, 55 F-100 Super Sabre, 400 transport/trainer/refueler)
Texas: 115,000 (72550 Army; 16,000 Navy; 26,450 Air Force)
Virginia: 86,000 (57,650 Army; 9,450 Navy; 18,900 Air Force)
North Carolina: 71,000 (46,150 Army; 10,650 Navy; 14,200 Air Force)
Florida: 70,000 (40,300 Army; 14,300 Navy; 15,400 Air Force)
Missouri: 60,000 (46,700 Army; 1,800 Navy; 11,500 Air Force)
Georgia: 59,000 (43,150 Army; 5,350 Navy; 10,500 Air Force)
Tennessee: 55,000 (42,350 Army; 1,650 Navy; 11,000 Air Force)
Alabama: 45,000 (32,800 Army; 4,100 Navy; 8,100 Air Force)
Louisiana: 41,000 (28,200 Army; 5,000 Navy; 7,800 Air Force)
South Carolina: 40,000 (29,200 Army; 4,400 Navy; 6,400 Air Force)
Sequoyah: 40,000 (31,900 Army; 600 Navy; 7,500 Air Force)
Mississippi: 31,000 (22,700 Army; 3,100 Navy; 5,200 Air Force)
Arkansas: 30,000 (24,150 Army; 450 Navy; 5,400 Air Force)
New Mexico: 13,000 (10,450 Army; 150 Navy; 2,400 Air Force)

Army: 1,028,250
Air Force: 470,750
Navy: 322,000
Marines: 90,000

Maximum additional available for conscription: 4,196,720
Texas: 765,200
Florida: 433,200
Virginia: 424,320
Missouri: 337,200
North Carolina: 347,920
Georgia: 323,680
Tennessee: 284,000
Alabama: 250,400
Louisiana: 247,120
South Carolina: 196,800
Sequoyah: 184,800
Mississippi: 173,520
Arkansas: 156,400
New Mexico: 72,160