Charleston in Southern VictoryEdit
Charleston was the largest city in the Confederate state of South Carolina. It was where the first shots of the War of Secession were fired at a military installation called Fort Sumter. Shortly after the C.S. initiated the Second Great War in June 1941, the United States launched a bombing attack on Charleston in retaliation. Anne Colleton was killed in that attack, along with other prominent members of the Freedom Party.
Charleston was heavily bombed for the duration of the Second Great War. In 1944, the United States destroyed Charleston with a superbomb. Being the site of the secession of the first Confederate state and where the first shots of the War of Secession were fired, this further affirmed the US intention to wipe the Confederate States off the map.
- Karlsburg in Palmetto Province: A city in The War Between the Provinces series that is based on Charleston.