|Southern Victory |
POD: September 10, 1862
|Appearance(s):||The Center Cannot Hold|
|Type of Appearance:||Posthumous(?) reference|
|Occupation:||President of the CSA|
|Relatives:||Robert E. Lee (possibly father or uncle)|
|Political Party:||Whig Party|
While a logical initial assumption is that President Lee refers to Robert E. Lee, there are countless references to Robert E. Lee in nearly every volume of Southern Victory, listing various achievements of his without once suggesting that he was president. Given the Whig Party's track record for nepotism, President Lee could be a younger relative of Robert, possibly his son William "Rooney" Lee or his nephew Fitzhugh Lee, both of whom entered U.S. politics after the American Civil War in OTL, or a fictional Lee family member. There is simply not enough evidence either way.
- The Center Cannot Hold, p. ***.
Unknown, last known is Jefferson Davis or perhaps James Longstreet
|President of the Confederate States
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