The Great American Rebellion has failed. George Washington was killed with most of the Continental Congress in battle, and Benedict Arnold has used his resulting fame and adulation to launch a career in British politics. The great issues of the 19th century, from imperialism and westward expansion to slavery and the industrial revolution, confront a very different America. More
British North America is not a democracy, but the crown jewel of an increasingly authoritarian British Empire. After revolution strikes Britain it becomes an empire of its own, with a parliament of landlords and robber barons battling with emperors who desire absolute rule. Rather than the Statue of Liberty, the Colossus of King George the Third towers over New York harbor.
But many Americans have not given up on revolution, and many more will come to join them, for people in all countries detest injustice and cry out to be free.
Witness the history of a world where the United States of America was never born.