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Despite his best efforts he never entirely stopped the flow of Freedom Party men and weapons from Texas , but open rioting and revolt was ruthlessly crushed wherever it occurred.
The assault on northern Virginia failed in its objective of seizing Richmond, though MacArthur did succeed in crossing the Rappahannock.
Heavy casualties on both sides and a failed Confederate counter-attack out of the Appalachians resulted in stalemate by Christmas.
His subordinate Abner Dowling managed to prevent this, leaving northern Virginia as of February in stalemate. MacArthur launched two direct assaults into the heavily defended Confederate line at Fredericksburg , losing thousands of US soldiers to Confederate guns positioned on Marye's Heights above the town.
The general was criticized heavily by the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War, by Brigadier General Dowling, and by the press for his actions.
In , General MacArthur finally succeeded in his drive into Richmond, after the Confederacy was exhausted and forced to fight on several fronts.
He victoriously led an attack capturing most of Virginia. General Abner Dowling served as a commander under MacArthur in this phase.
MacArthur was known for the plainness of his uniform, and his trademark cigarette in a holder , similar to the main timeline Douglas MacArthur.
Turtledove has explained that Douglas' birth was prevented in this timeline due to his parents being from opposing nations, so his fictitious half-brother Daniel took his place.
There was some friction between the two when the fanatically Presbyterian McSweeney, an outspoken religious bigot who railed particularly against Roman Catholicism , mistook Mantarakis' Greek Orthodox prayer for a Latin liturgy.
Ultimately, everyone in the unit learned to take McSweeney's phobia in stride and not let it harm their working relationship, and McSweeney acknowledged that Mantarakis was a steadfast comrade in arms, although he distrusted his religion.
Mantarakis rose to sergeant in fighting against the Mormon rebels in up until the Mormons' surrender and Utah 's placement under martial law which would last until Mantarakis was killed during a U.
In , as a sergeant, he briefly served as a company commander of B Company, 91st Infantry Regiment, taking part in the Remembrance Day offensive.
After the war, Martin returned to his civilian job in Toledo, Ohio , as a steelworker. He became a Socialist Party member and union organizer , taking part in strikes and fighting company police and strikebreakers , as well as the police , during the s.
Martin married Rita Habicht, who had lost her first husband in the Great War, in ; their son, Carl, was born in The Depression of saw Martin lose his job; he and his wife went to Los Angeles , where he began in construction work and became a union official.
When the war started, Martin returned to the Army and served as a first sergeant in the infantry, fighting in Ohio and taking part in the successful counterattack against Confederate forces there.
He is shown fighting at the front lines throughout Kentucky and Tennessee and eventually ends up commanding a platoon. Throughout , Martin was part of the drive to Savannah, Georgia , and participated in the burning of Hardeeville, South Carolina and the murder of most of its citizens, instigated by Martin's much-younger superior, the psychopathic Lt.
Martin briefly considered staging an accident to assassinate Lavochkin afterward, but never summoned the courage.
He was saved from being in Charleston, SC when it was destroyed by a superbomb , when the foolhardy Lavochkin was ordered to halt several miles from the city.
After the war ended, Martin was able to obtain his release from the Army and returned to Los Angeles, where he resumed negotiating labor contracts. He decided to keep his less-savory deeds a secret from his wife and son.
He was described as an "amiable non-entity who was almost as fat as Congressman William Howard Taft ". Originally elected vice president under Roosevelt in and reelected in , he and Roosevelt were defeated in bid for a third term in the election by the Socialist ticket of Upton Sinclair and Hosea Blackford.
In The Great War: Breakthroughs , he is mistakenly referred to as Kennan. Gordon McSweeney was a U. A conservative Presbyterian , McSweeney was an outspoken religious bigot, particularly against Roman Catholicism , and saw himself as the instrument of God.
He eschewed all reading material except for the Bible , regarding even basic newspapers as dirty, and his favorite song was " A Mighty Fortress is our God.
McSweeney saw the enemy, whether they were Mormon , Mexican , or Confederates , as persons to be slaughtered without pity or mercy. He would use flamethrowers on enemy bunkers, for example, but also used them on trench patrols.
McSweeney, a stickler for the smallest regulations, was as hard on his own soldiers as he was on himself and the enemy; despite this, his fighting skills were highly respected by his platoon and the Army as a whole.
He was commissioned while serving in Arkansas , and won the Medal of Honor twice during the Great War, the second awarded for destroying a Confederate river gunboat single-handedly.
McSweeney was killed by shellfire during the last days of the Great War. Born in late , Irving Morrell graduated from West Point.
At the outbreak of the Great War he was a captain on the southwest border. Leading his company against a Confederate farmhouse in Sonora in September , Morrell was severely wounded in the thigh, and would permanently suffer from a slight limp.
While in the hospital he and a doctor jointly proposed the idea of metal helmets after a conversation concerning head wounds. Upon his recovery in , Morrell was dispatched to eastern Kentucky, where his aggressive tactics resulted in a posting to the General Staff.
Morrell's star rose still further that year when President Theodore Roosevelt , after an informal talk about the ongoing Mormon uprising in Utah, 'persuaded' the War Department to adopt Morrell's more imaginative plans.
When the Mormons stalled the resulting US advance by doing the unexpected, General Leonard Wood protected the young officer by sending him to British Columbia to cut Canada's Pacific coast off from the interior.
In the final year of the war Morrell's innovative use of barrels ensured the seizure of Nashville, and the subsequent rupture of Confederate lines.
Soon, General Custer's and Morrell's doctrine of massed barrel attacks was in use along every eastern front in North America. When the war ended, Morrell was a Colonel, a national hero, and was given his choice of assignments.
He decided to head Barrel Works in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, and initially made great strides in designing the next generation of barrels.
They married in , and their daughter, Mildred, was born in The cost-cutting of Upton Sinclair 's Socialist administration ensured that Barrel Works was closed down in His subsequent posting to Philadelphia lasted only two years, with his outspoken criticism of America's foreign policy resulting in a transfer to occupation duty in Kamloops, British Columbia.
The next seven years proved largely uneventful, with Morrell handling a sullen but acquiescent region. He received a visit in from now-Lieutenant-Colonel Guderian, along with an unnamed German sergeant who had strong anti-semitic views.
With the outbreak of the Pacific War in , Morrell found himself back at Barrel Works, though he was soon transferred to occupation duty in Houston, his wife and daughter remained at Fort Leavenworth, as Morrell didn't want to risk their lives in the hostile state.
When Confederate Operation Blackbeard was launched on June 22, Morrell found himself in an unenviable position. Despite his best efforts, the prewar shortage of soldiers and barrels ensured that General George Patton 's armor succeeded in reaching Sandusky on Lake Erie by late August.
With the United States cut in half, Morrell found his attempts to throw the Confederates back frustrated not only by CS sabotage in eastern Ohio but the War Department's focus on northern Virginia.
In January, , Morrell was badly wounded by a Confederate would-be assassin, which ironically served to bring him to his own superiors' attention as to just how skilled and dangerous a commander the CSA viewed him to be.
His victory at Pittsburgh in early was the beginning of the end for the CSA. Morrell planned an assault on Kentucky and Tennessee. Knowing that the Confederates were familiar with the details of the attack, he used deception to concentrate Confederate forces around Covington, but struck further west in a massive amphibious assault across the Ohio River in the summer of He drove past Bowling Green and moved into east Tennessee towards Chattanooga.
Morrell's troops then moved towards Atlanta, the industrial heart of the Confederacy. Morrell succeeded in taking Atlanta, and proceeded to head towards Savannah, cutting the Confederacy in two.
As military governor, Morrell made it clear that any attempt to rebel against the United States would result in the use of force; in addition, any attempt to stir up mob action against returned black concentration camp survivors would also be met by force.
Morrell supervised the production of a pamphlet, Equality , which stated the U. This pamphlet was produced throughout the former Confederacy.
Asked to testify for the defense in the trial of Clarence Potter , Morrell magnanimously agreed, though it was Potter who tried to have Morrell assassinated in the early part of the war.
Morrell's testimony, confirming the United States also used the "ruse of war" of having troops dressed in enemy uniform infiltrate behind the lines.
It was probably Morrell's testimony which saves Potter's life and made it impossible for the court to sentence him to death for using the same "ruse" in the bombing of Philadelphia.
There is a direct parallel between Irving Morrell and Erwin Rommel , as both fought in their respective First World War, and both started the Second World War as colonels and as leading proponents of armored warfare.
This is acknowledged in the character's name: Irving is the Anglo version of Erwin, and Morrell is a near- anagram of Rommel. Jonathan Moss grew up in a well-to-do Chicago family, and enlisted as a U.
Flying on the southern Ontario front in the Great War, Moss established a strong relationship with a Canadian farmer named Laura Secord.
Moss studied law at Northwestern University near Chicago after the War, pining after Secord all the while, and moved to Berlin, Ontario in Occupied Canada to establish his career as an attorney in military occupation courts.
He earned some fame as a defender of Canadians' rights, though Moss readily admitted this only meant he lost less often than most of his peers, as the legal system created by the occupiers was heavily weighted against the " Canucks ".
By patient wooing Moss eventually won the love of Laura Secord and married her. However, marrying an American, even a liberal one, made her a traitor in the eyes of Canadian nationalists, and she was suspected of having betrayed the rebellion of Fascinated by the new fighter planes which he sees, Moss persuades the authorities to let him take up part-time flying for the United States armed forces.
This act, widely publicized in the press, acts as the final trigger causing Mary McGregor Pomeroy to send a package bomb which kills Moss' wife and daughter.
Full of anger and bitterness, Moss turned his back upon Canada and rejoined the U. Army as a full-time fighter pilot.
He escaped during a tornado along with Nick Cantarella, and the two joined a band of black guerrillas , led by Spartacus, fighting the Confederacy.
Throughout and , he and the black guerrilla band continued to wage operations against Confederate civilians and Mexican troops across rural Georgia.
However, an attempt to steal a plane - with which Spartacus wanted Moss to strafe the Confederates from the air while Moss himself hoped to use it to return to the US Army positions - led the band into an ambush in which it was badly mauled.
In , Moss was rescued by advancing U. He finished the Second Great War with three kills, after having been an ace in the earlier Great War.
Considered too old to be a fighter pilot anymore, he took up lawyering again, and was invited to Houston, Texas , part of a nominally restored independent republic , to defend concentration camp commandant Jefferson Davis Pinkard , because the man originally assigned to Pinkard's case was in bed with a broken leg.
Although Moss made the best possible Sisyphean effort to defend the indefensible and save his client's life, Pinkard condemned himself by proudly and remorselessly bragging about his efficient "reduction of population," and therefore was found guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to death.
The judge and prosecutors were moved by Moss' steadfast fortitude in his thankless task, and offered him a place on the Judge Advocate 's staff.
Moss accepted, and took up helping the surviving Southern blacks as his new cause. Leonard O'Doull , M. While stationed there, he met Nicole Galtier, the daughter of Lucien Galtier , upon whose land the hospital had been built.
The marriage produced one son, Lucien O'Doull, named for his maternal grandfather. Despite his having grown very comfortable in the Republic of Quebec , he found his loyalties remained with the nation of his birth and rejoined the Army's Medical Service, where he was given the rank of major.
He was stationed on the Virginia front, where he befriended Granville McDougald, and was transferred to the city of Pittsburgh when it was invaded by the Confederates.
After the decisive U. Michael Pound was a U. Army sergeant who had fought in the First Great War. After Morrell's wounding in , Pound was transferred to another unit.
He was rash, loud, and outspoken towards senior officers, but an effective mentor to junior officers who served with him. He saw action in Ohio , despite having a tank shot out from under him, and in the Battle of Pittsburgh as gunner in a U.
Because of Pound's experience in barrel development, he was proficient at judging distance, a trait he used to destroy many Confederate barrels that otherwise would have been out of range in Pittsburgh.
He received a battlefield commission in As a lieutenant, Pound commanded a platoon of five barrels in the attacks through Kentucky and Tennessee.
He used deception to seize a key bridge in Kentucky, enabling the U. Pound eventually took part in the charge into Alabama , where he was burned when his barrel was attacked.
After recovery, he was sent to Tallahassee , Florida to take part in the U. Whatever his personality was before the war, Pound had become a bit psychopathic by the end of it, showing little remorse for any civilian casualties for which he was directly or indirectly responsible, and had no moral objections to the ever more brutal hostage policy of the US forces.
Pound casually propose a strategy that sounded like the genocide of the CSA 's white population. Truman vowed that he Truman would not become as bad as Jake Featherston.
Pound figured that he Pound may very well have just killed his own chances for promotion, but did not care, because he loved his current job so much.
He seized land from Luicien Galtier to build a military hospital in ; however, he agreed to pay back rent to the Galtiers when Galtier's attitude became more positive toward the U.
After the Great War, he became the U. He returned to Quebec shortly after the outbreak of the War to persuade Leonard O'Doull to return to active duty as an Army doctor for U.
After the war, he appeared once more, in his seventies, to ask O'Doull to make a report on ways and means military medicine could be improved.
Before that, although it is not clear, he intimated that he was Nellie Semphroch's lover, maybe even her procurer , and perhaps the father of Edna Semphroch.
He was in charge of the U. He was killed in self-defense by Nellie Semphroch when he attempted to rape her during the Confederate withdrawal from Washington in He was born in during the Great War.
Reisen never knew his father, who was killed in the war before he was born. By , Reisen had been conscripted in the Army and served in the same regiment with Armstrong Grimes, taking part in fighting against the Mormon rebellion in Utah.
Edna Semphroch , along with her mother Nellie, ran a coffee shop in Washington, D. She was unaware of her mother's activities as a U.
Kincaid, when shellfire from a U. S," though Nellie believed that she had done nothing to deserve it. She married Merle Grimes, a government clerk, after the war to avoid any possible scandal.
She gave birth to a son, Armstrong Grimes, and a daughter, Annie Grimes. Nellie Semphroch was born in the mids in Washington, D. In , German military observer Alfred von Schlieffen saw her walking along a road in Washington in between bombings and the subsequent evacuation of government personnel to Philadelphia.
She apparently struggled as a young woman and supported herself as a prostitute , using the name "Little Nell. The restaurant became a popular place for Confederate officers to eat, and Nellie found herself involved gathering intelligence for a U.
Near the end of the war in , she killed Bill Reach, a US spymaster, when he tried to rape her. It would always haunt her when Hal Jacobs talked of him.
It was also intimated that Bill Reach may have been Edna's biological father. Because her restaurant had been popular with the Confederates, she was initially arrested as a collaborator when the U.
After the Great War, Semphroch married Jacobs and continued to run her coffee shop , catering to both Washingtonians and Confederate businessmen who remembered her place affectionately.
She did not reveal her role as a U. She died in of blood poisoning , not long after attending Alfred Emanuel Smith 's presidential inauguration, her dying words being a confession of Bill Reach's death, though it is not clear if anyone ever believed her.
Reggie Bartlett was a pharmacist 's assistant in Richmond, Virginia , when the Great War began in Shortly after being fired for skipping work to see President Woodrow Wilson 's declaration of war speech, he joined the Seventh Virginia Regiment of the Confederate Army , fast becoming a hardened veteran.
He was captured by Chester Martin's unit but eventually escaped from captivity, together with submarine commander Ralph Briggs.
He was severely wounded and captured again by U. Returning to Richmond and the pharmacy business, Bartlett saw the rise of Jake Featherston 's Freedom Party and actively opposed it, supporting instead the Radical Liberals.
He was gunned down by Freedom Party stalwarts in after he had torn down their posters. Kimball considered him a comrade and a superb officer, but he immensely disliked his soft political philosophy.
In return, Kimball threatened Brearley's life if he ever spoke of the war crime to anyone. After the war, Brearley drifted like other veterans and kept Kimball's secret.
But when he becomes horrified by the rise of the fanatical Freedom Party aided by Kimball's involvement, he decides to break his silence.
He tries to convince Kimball's lover, Anne Colleton, to withdraw her support for the Freedom Party by telling her about Kimball's actions, but she coldly refuses to due to her hatred of the United States and threatens him as well, but Brearley is undeterred.
With help from Reggie Bartlett, Brearley goes to the press and tells his story anonymously. Though the secret is out, not many people in the Confederacy care due to the Freedom Party's popularity, at least until President Hampton V's assassination.
Though published anonymously, Brearley's identify is figured out and he is killed when his house is burned down by Freedom Party stalwarts with Brearley trapped inside.
His story reaches the United States and to Sylvia Enos, which allows her to finally learn the identity of the man who killed her husband, George Enos, who was aboard the Ericsson when it was sunk.
When the US government does nothing to demand for Roger Kimball's extradition , she travels to South Carolina and kills him herself, finally exacting justice.
Clark Butler is a throwaway gag character from near the end of the series. A local official in Georgia who is willing to collaborate with the victorious "Yankees" following the disbanding of the CSA , Butler is nevertheless shocked to learn that the new conquerors will enforce a racial equality law.
General Morrell responds to Butler's discomfort by saying "Frankly, Butler, I don't give a damn," parodying the signature line of the eponymous Margaret Mitchell creation.
He was gunned down by the state militia after a brief shootout moments later. This act brought a temporary halt to the momentum the Freedom Party had built up throughout the s, leaving the party in the political wilderness until the Great Depression and the election.
At war's end, United States General Abner Dowling summoned Carter to congratulate him and recruit him as a collaborator, but Carter coldly refused all praise and offers of friendship.
He insisted that he, a dyed in the wool Whig, only did it for his personal convenience and his fondness for the good old days of the CSA. He hated Featherston for overthrowing the Whigs and wasting useful Blacks, but hated the Yankees more because they were foreigners.
He is named for characters from Edgar Rice Burroughs 's " Barsoom " series of novels: Cassius was the huntsman for the Marshlands Plantation in St.
Matthews, South Carolina , owned by the Colleton family. He was also head of the Marxist underground in the area.
When the Red Rebellion of broke out, Cassius became the leader of the Congaree Socialist Republic and was responsible for ordering the execution of many "enemies of the people," both black and white.
He escaped the crushing of the Republic in and with his female companion, Cherry, continued guerrilla operations against the CSA , and in particular against Anne Colleton.
Cassius was killed by Anne's brother Tom shortly after the Armistice of Anne Colleton , in , was the owner of the Marshlands Plantation of St.
Matthews, South Carolina , a supporter of the arts, including Marcel Duchamp , and a prominent political figure in the state. The Red rebellion of resulted in the loss of the mansion house at Marshlands, which was burned down by her chief hunter, Cassius, and the death of her brother, Jacob, who had been a soldier and was debilitated by mustard gas.
This started a personal vendetta between Colleton, whose political influence could raise the state militia , and Cassius and his female partner, Cherry, which lasted until Cassius was killed by her brother Tom shortly after the Armistice of She was briefly involved in a romantic affair with Confederate Navy commander Roger Kimball during the Great War, but broke off the affair when Kimball became too involved in the Freedom Party.
She was also intimately involved with Clarence Potter for a brief time, though their conflicting politics prevented them from establishing a long-term relationship.
During the period between the Great Wars, Colleton became involved with the Freedom Party as a designer for mass-rallies, but stopped her support after a Freedom Party sniper killed Confederate President Wade Hampton V.
However, as she realized that the Freedom Party was likely to win control of the nation, Colleton worked her way back into favor with Jake Featherston.
Tom Colleton was the brother of Anne Colleton. He served as a Confederate infantry officer during the war of , reaching the rank of lieutenant colonel, but left the army after the war ended.
He, and his sister, using South Carolina militia, ended up hunting down the last remnants of the Congaree Socialist Republic , and he personally killed their leader Cassius.
He was recalled to service in World War II, as a lieutenant colonel. He disliked the Freedom Party but nevertheless went out to fight in Jake Featherston 's war, out of patriotism and hatred of the Yankees.
Colleton's unit was involved in the invasion of Ohio and Pennsylvania , and was trapped in the Battle of Pittsburgh , where he was killed in late January , just days before the Confederate pocket surrendered.
He was known to protect his black workers from Freedom Party cleanouts by sheltering them and their families in the Lodge overnight. This was more out of personal liking for Scipio and other workers, and for the benefit of the Lodge, rather than from any revolutionary feeling of racial enlightenment on his part.
Dover was righteously rude to anyone who stood in the way of his doing his job, and he let people know how he felt in richly profane language.
Dover is first seen through Scipio's eyes, then becomes a viewpoint character in his own right. In , Dover signed up for the Quartermaster Corps as a major, and was called to active duty later that year.
Dover was known to work his men "like niggers" according to observers. When his commander went missing in , Dover organized the supplies of the Confederate Army in Kentucky , falling back to Tennessee and Georgia.
He was promoted to lieutenant colonel and also received the Purple Heart for injuries sustained during a U. Although married, Dover also had a female friend, who blackmailed him for money and military information.
The fact that Dover reported the blackmail first and was good at his job saved him from being arrested by the Confederate intelligence.
Dover was captured in Alabama and spent the rest of the war as a prisoner. At the end of the war, he was one of the first CSA officers to be released from prison, due to a good word from Cassius Madison slayer of Jake Featherston , whose life had once been saved by Dover when the latter had allowed him to shelter overnight at the restaurant.
Returning to Augusta, Dover resumed managing the Huntsman's Lodge, and had a brief encounter with the woman who had blackmailed him, and who turned out to be working for the Yankees, as he had suspected.
The party consisted only of a few people and was only able to get fliers across war-ravaged Richmond because one of its members was a printer.
Jake Featherston became interested in the party and soon became one of its members. Anthony Dresser tried giving a speech at a campaign for the Confederate Congress and was nearly laughed off the stage until Featherston stepped up.
Featherston began blaming the blacks and war department for the CSA 's loss in the war, and struck a chord with many Confederates. Featherston began a speaking tour to raise support for the party, and soon became the Freedom Party's Head of Propaganda.
With this new-found support for Featherston, Dresser became afraid for his position in the party and tried to have Featherston removed, stating Featherston had turned the party's message into one saying "Hang the generals and hang the niggers" and was giving people the wrong idea about the party.
Though Dresser found some support amongst the rank-and-file Party members, Featherston pointed out that he raised more than half of the party's funding and without him, the party would go back to being nothing.
The motion to remove Featherston failed, and Featherston himself raised the motion to remove Dresser. The motion was carried out by a landslide and Featherston became head of the Freedom Party, while Dresser faded into obscurity.
Dresser is an analog to Anton Drexler [ citation needed ] , the founder of the Nazi Party which was then hijacked by Adolf Hitler.
In , he attempted to convince President Jake Featherston to provide him with funding to begin work on an atomic bomb project.
Featherston denied this request, and it wasn't until the next year when Confederate intelligence found that the United States were working on their own uranium enrichment project.
Shortly after finding this out, Featherston gave permission to FitzBelmont to begin work on his project. Partly because of Featherston's initial refusal, the U.
Nevertheless, due to FitzBelmont's brilliance and dedication, he and his team managed to produce a nuclear "superbomb" under constant heavy bombing by the US Air Force , and were able against all odds to be the first on the North American continent to produce a nuclear superbomb which was exploded at the outskirts of Philadelphia , with gruesome results.
However, before they could produce a second one the Confederacy collapsed and Lexington was captured by the US Army.
After being thoroughly interrogated, FitzBelmont hoped to be allowed to resume his academic career - telling his American captors that he was no longer a danger to them, since building a bomb was dependent on the resources of major power which the defunct Confederacy would no longer put at his disposal.
However, the Americans considered him a dangerous "bomb" in himself, since he could have been captured by a rival power seeking nuclear arms, placing his knowledge and ability at such a power's disposal.
For this reason, General John Abell says that FitzBelmont, and certain other Confederates, may have to be liquidated in staged automobile accidents, but no results of this plan are ever revealed, leaving FitzBelmont's ultimate fate to the reader's imagination.
Analogous to Robert Oppenheimer. Saul Goldman is a high-ranking member of the Freedom Party. Goldman was the director of the first radio network in Richmond, Virginia in the s when Jake Featherston of the Freedom Party found him.
Being the first politician to recognize radio's full potential, the Freedom Party leader uses Goldman's studio to broadcast speeches to the people of the Confederate States.
Goldman isn't turned away by the repulsive nature of the Freedom Party; rather, he is glad the Party goes after blacks and not Jews , the way the Russians did in Poland.
In , Featherston is elected Confederate President , and he gives Goldman the post of Director of Communications the head of the Freedom Party's propaganda.
Goldman consolidates the media networks and publishing companies of the CSA into one ministry under the Freedom Party's direction, and imposes near- totalitarian control over what the Confederate people read and hear.
While doing all this, Goldman remains a quiet, shy man, never becoming the balls-and-fists type of stalwart that the Freedom Party attracts in droves.
Featherston gives him credit for being the one man in the Party that "had more brains than balls. In , Goldman flees Richmond with Featherston and other important Confederate officials, but is captured after Featherston is killed.
Along with Ferdinand Koenig, Goldman is tried by the U. Goldman is analogous to Joseph Goebbels and is possibly modeled after Samuel Goldwyn as well, with an obvious irony that an alternate Nazi analog is Jewish.
His presidency came to a premature end in June when he was assassinated by Freedom Party member Grady Calkins at a Birmingham, Alabama , rally.
Hampton became the first president in the history of either the Confederate States or United States to be assassinated. His vice-president Burton Mitchel III was sworn in as president afterwards to finish the remainder of his six-year term.
His assassination shares many similarities with the historical Beer Hall Putsch. He later was given a promotion to Commander after another raid into New York harbor which ended with the sinking of two US Battleships.
He resumed command of a submarine until receiving news of the Armistice in , upon which he knowingly torpedoed the USS Ericsson after hostilities ended, killing, among others, Seaman George Enos.
Kimball was romantically involved with Anne Colleton in They resumed their relationship after the War, when both were involved in the Freedom Party's rise; however, Colleton broke off the relationship when the Party lost prestige following the assassination of Confederate President Wade Hampton V by a Freedom Party member.
Shortly after their breakup, Kimball was shot and killed in by Sylvia Enos, widow of George Enos. Kincaid was a lieutenant in the Confederate Army during the Great War.
He was stationed in Washington, DC. He became romantically and sexually involved with Edna Semphroch despite her mother's best efforts. The two were engaged to be married, but their wedding was interrupted when the United States Army began its campaign to retake the city in Kincaid was killed in the opening bombardment by being decapitated by a gun shell.
He was the head of Texas -based Redemption League, which held similar goals to the Freedom Party, and was then absorbed into it. Towards the crucial elections, Featherston decided to take Knight as his running mate so as to unite the White racist, anti-establishment vote.
This aroused the anger of Ferdinand Koenig, Featherston's faithful lieutenant, leading to their only serious quarrel.
Featherston, however, managed to convince Koenig that he was setting a trap for Knight, fobbing him off with a meaningless title, while Koening as "Attorney General" would create and head a fearsome secret police.
It took some years for Knight to understand the situation in which he was trapped, the full reality hitting him when Featherston got the Confederate Constitution amended so as to allow Presidents to serve a second term in office.
This precipitated Knight's failed coup d'etat in , after which Knight was imprisoned in Louisiana 's Camp Dependable, run by Jefferson Pinkard - being placed as the only White prisoner among hundreds of Black rebels.
Presumably, Ferdinand Koenig and Featherston assumed that they could neatly get rid of Knight by putting him at the mercy of militant Blacks who hated Whites in general, and senior Freedom Party officials in particular.
However, rather than being killed by his Black fellow-inmates, Knight won their grudging respect. After a long period in which Pinkard repeatedly reported to Richmond that Knight was still alive, and that the Blacks were showing no inclination to kill him, in Koening at last ordered Knight summarily executed, an order which Pinkard duly implemented.
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