True but Patton really helped pioneer that, going after Pancho Villa, but no Villa or Mexican revolution in this TL (at least not as of this point) due to the changes that happened post Civil War with France being allowed to stay longer unimpeded.I would think that due to the large distances that Armored Cars would be developed faster than tanks.
Thanks! The TLs I usually see the US against Britain are some weird Ameriwank where they align with Germany without any reason just to curb stomb the UK. Granted, the UK will not be getting off well here but its for pissing off the US multiple times over the last half century. I had purposely laid out the tension between them early on because I wanted to see a 3 way great war. Because in my mind, the US (despite their clear empire-like expansion) still views themselves as opponents of imperialism and wouldn't want to align with ANY imperial nation, hence the agreement I mentioned between the US and Germany on using each others ports rather then becoming Allies. In fact, in OTL the US didn't join the Entente as they were co-belligerents which is partially where I got the idea from here.Well, this looks like it's going to be an interesting war. I can't remember coming across a timeline where America entered the war against Britain before, and am eagerly awaiting the results
Yes it is mostly natives, but the ones that were considered civilized. In OTL, they did try to form one but was shot down, however, the racial climate is different in this TL with not only the majority black Oklahoma / Republic of New Africa next door, there is also larger latin american mix thanks to Nicaragua and what used to be Santo Domingo in the mix. Those two becoming states paved the way for Sequoyah because how well they worked out.Isn't Sequoyah filled with mostly Native Americans? I don't think early 1900 US is going to allow them to vote or form their own state.
Actually, as I mentioned in an earlier post, Canada will not be annexed by the US at any point once they had acquired the former Rupert's Land and Northwest territories but there will be changes coming for sure!Due to the declaration of war on the Empire, I suspect the United States is now in the market for new real estate. At least 2 million square miles north of the 49th Parallel, perhaps?
Thanks, appreciate the support!Why didn't I think of reading this earlier? I love the idea of an independent Oklahoma. Nicaragua was a plot twist for sure. But Charles Hughes winning the presidency in 1912 and America becoming a co-belligerent in the first World War instead of a Central Powers member sold this for me. Watched.
Yes, I have a plan for the Pacific, but with Japan staying away from the Americans since they didn't want to risk the Philippines (plus in this TL they were the ones that bought them and had to put down the revolts), probably wont be any more than raiding parties in SE Asia, Oceania though...America being a co-belligerent alongside Germany and not as another member Central Power just made this timeline for me, brilliant, gud job.
Canada is screwed, and if the Pacific squadron is in the Northern Marianas; Malaysia, Hongkong, and Singapore and Oceana can be threatened.
Theodore Roosevelt is even even more of a great president.