Continent: Africa
Capital: Lusaka
National Language: English
Government: Unitary presidential constitutional republic
Status in OTL: Active

Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern Africa, bordering with Namibia, Botswana, Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Malawi. Inhabited for thousands of years, Zambia was taken over in the late 19th century by the British Empire who called it Northern Rhodesia, not to be confused with its more famous neighbor to the south, Southern Rhodesia (later just Rhodesia, then Zimbabwe), which was a separate entity within the Empire. Zambia gained independence in 1964, and fell into a period of one-party rule until 1991.

The nation's name was created upon independence, and derived from the Zambezi River.

Zambia in "Before the Beginning"Edit

Zambia was one of the first countries to convert to Judaism after it was learned that the Jews were God's chosen people.[1]


  1. Futureshocks, p. 107.
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