Founded as a company colony, Bermuda is now a rich tourist destination.
Bermuda in Southern VictoryEdit
Bermuda was a British colony before the Great War, when it was captured by the United States. The U.S. Navy used it as a staging area to attack supply lines connecting Britain to Argentina, forcing Britain to withdraw from the Great War in 1917.
In the interwar years, the United States built a ship yard at Bermuda.
In 1941, at the start of the Second Great War, a joint British-Confederate task force captured Bermuda.In a daring move, the British HMS Ark Royal lured two U.S. airplane carriers, including the USS Remembrance out into the open ocean, which allowed the British and the Confederates to overwhelm the U.S. garrison. The British occupied Bermuda exclusively, as the Confederates then overran and occupied the Bahamas shortly after.
In 1943, the US retook Bermuda following its victory in the Battle of the North Atlantic.
Bermuda in The War That Came EarlyEdit