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The American Age: 1953 by YNot1989 The American Age: 1953 by YNot1989
It has been more than thirty years since the end of the World War, and after decades of recovery, the world is finally beginning to get back on its feet.

The war left the United States a Hyperpower not known since the Roman Empire, and over the course of the last thirty years the US has aided in the European Decolonization of Africa. The Global Economy has entered an era of unheard of prosperity, but American forces are spread around the world managing the end of centuries of European control over a continent.

The end of the War left the Ottomans in a state of economic collapse, and despite generous terms under the Treaty of Berlin, the empire ultimately collapsed by 1933.

In Russia the Tsar was finally removed from power during the May Revolution of 1925 , and a Parliamentary Democracy came to rule in Menshevik Russia, however during the chaotic years leading up to the establishment of the new government, a number of regions broke away from the Russian Empire, most notably the Ukraine, and the Union of Caucasian Syndicalist Republics.

In Europe France stands as the Great Policeman of the Continent, however a former ally has become a rival with Rhineland's creation of the Council of Germania; a coalition of Germanic states, established with the goal of one day unifying Germania as a single country.

In 1941 the Republic of India's government collapsed, and a new constitution was established after order was restored by General Mohandas Gandhi. The Second Republic of India, unlike the first, gave far more control to the central government and installed General Gandhi as its President.

In Great Britain, after years of strife, and the collapse of the British Workers Republic at the end of the war, a new Commonwealth was finally established in 1944 under the leadership of democratic ideologue Oswald Mosley. The Commonwealth of Great Britain reestablished the Parliament as the legislative body of the country and installed Mosley as Lord Protector.

Set in the Our Revolution ATL. Check out my Different Revolution series in my gallery's alternate history folder

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nichodo Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
The US is pritty big in this timeline.
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aedan122 Featured By Owner May 6, 2013
sonha
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Rajalyoko23 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2013  Student General Artist
Whats with Indonesia and he got big as crap taking the whole of borneo and the philippines?
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GigoXXIII Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Decolonization... thats bad its going to lead to the exact same problems as it did in RL unless its done gradually and even then for some states it was better under European rule.
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CyberPhoenix001 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Any idea of how may states there are in total in this particular "United States of America"?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well I did a map of it a while ago, I think it came out to be about 90ish.
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AlternateHistory Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's a big United States. :O
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coolclaytony Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011
Ghandi a millitary general... how did that happen?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ghandi served in the Ambulance Corps during the Boer war, tried to get the Brits let the Indians fight on their side during the Zulu War, and wanted an armed revolution in India, but since he didn't have the guns was forced to go for peace. He was by no measure a naturally non-violent man, had things been just a little bit different, like say India being independent since the middle of the 19th Century, his cause would have been Indian nationalism, not independence; meaning he would have drifted more towards what most nationalists drift to militarism.
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coolclaytony Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011
ahh, i see.
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