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United States of America
1776–Present
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Flag Coat of arms
Motto
"In God we trust"
Anthem
"The Star-Spangled Banner"
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The contiguous United States plus Alaska and Hawaii
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The United States and its territories
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Capital Washington D.C.
Languages English
Government Federal constitutional republic
Leaders
 -  President Donald Trump
 - Vice President Mike Pence
 - Speaker of the House Paul Ryan
 - Chief Justice John Roberts
Legislature Congress
History
 - Declaration of Indep. July 4, 1776
 - Confederation March 1, 1781
 - Treaty of Paris September 3, 1783
 - Constitution June 21, 1788
 - Last polity admitted March 24, 1976
Area
 -  Total 9,857,306 km² (3,805,927 sq mi)
Population
 -  2016 324,720,797 
     Density 32.9/km²  (85.3/sq mi)
 -  2010 309,349,689 
GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
 - Total $18.558 trillion (2nd)
 - Per capita $57,220 (10th)
GDP (nominal) 2016 estimate
 - Total $18.558 trillion (1st)
 - Per capita $57,220 (6th)
Gini (2013) 40.8
medium
HDI (2014) 0.915
very high · 8th
Currency United States dollar ($) (USD)
Time zone (UTC-4 to -12, +10, +11)
 - Summer (DST) (UTC -4 to -10)
Date format mm/dd/yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +1
ISO 3166 code US
Internet TLD .us, .gov, .mil, .edu

The USA is one of the most powerful countries, yielding a history smaller than 300 years and a fluctuating reputation. The USA is indeed the core of technology to this day, Japan is the only country which is actually trying to put the USA in 2nd place on the technology scale.

The USA remains a power, But it had its share of bad times, like most countries it had a civil war in the past. Now that the 8th-generation video game consoles have come out, Americans are trying to influence the government, The USA will still remains a good mark in the world, and is the home of many companies which have become world-wide companies, including Google, Microsoft, and Coca-Cola.

The USA has had 44 different presidents and has been in in numerous wars in those less than 300 years (Actually, less than 250 to be exact!).

With 50 states and a 51st one around the corner (also excluding territories), Will the land of the free finally succumb? Or will it?

History of the United States of America.

American Revolution

During this, American president, George Washington wants to make his own country as independent, they had enough convicts that were sent by the British, during this, American soldiers were reached into the winning. The Thirteen Colonies became independent, calling the nation than Thirteen Colonies, the people called it now as The United States of America.


The Civil War

As the Northern states of the new USA banned slavery one by one, the Southern states still had them working in cotton fields and farms. Tensions grew between the two parts of the country throughout the Mid-19th century when finally in 1860, South Carolina, followed by other Southern States, actually declared Independence from the USA, forming the Confederate States of America (CSA). After a long war starting the following year, the CSA finally gave up in 1865 and President Abraham Lincoln completely banned slavery. Sadly, only 5 days after the Civil war was over, President Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, a sympathetic Southerner. The USA was mostly in peace for about 50 years.

The First World War

In World War 1 the United States was in a good position to intervene. They could: Help The Central Powers, help the Triple Entente (UK as well), Or stay neutral. In the beginning of war, US took a neutral stand as the US foreign policy was that US won't intervene with Europe and Europe won't intervene with North, Central or South America. United States decided to keep it's trade open for the both sides of the war (Centrals and Allies) but later, Germany (in the Central Powers) attacked the USA over and over again with submarines, so The US decided to enter the War and help the Allies in 1917, and that was the final push for the Allies to win the war in the fall of 1918..

The Second World War

In Asia and the Pacific In World War 2 United States followed their old foreign policy of not intervening in Europe's affairs. Another thing keeping US out of the war was the Great Depression which still existed after the profit gained from World War 1 was spent. US did take non-military action in the beginning of World War 2 by putting Japan in oil and iron embargo because Japan didn't leave China (Japan invaded China). Japan was forced to the extremes by this and to keep their war efforts going, Japan decided to plan an invasion of Indonesia, which was under Dutch control. This plan didn't only include Indonesia: to secure the shipments from Indonesia, Philippines (which were under US control) were to be taken as well. Japan planned an attack against US Pacific Fleet which was situated in Pearl Harbor. Japanese navy and air force thought that the whole fleet would be in the harbor and were shocked to realize that most of the US fleet was gone. The US was angered about the attack on Pearl Harbor. The US was forced to enter WWII in favor of the Allies. The US ended the war by dropping two nuclear bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and after that, Japan surrendered.

In Europe and North Africa

As the USA attacked Japan, the Allies needed a way to stop the Third Reich (Nazi Germany), The Allies had a plan, they attacked Africa (known as Operation Torch) first and aimed for Italy, then they attacked The north-western french coastline (also known as Operation Overlord), heavy defenses awaited them, this event was later called "D-Day" which we continue to honour today. As the US pushed for Germany and the British went to liberate the Low countries, France declared war against Germany again and continued their resistance, eventually expelling the Germans from Paris and exiling the Vichy regime to Sigmaringen, Germany. Since the  counterattack on the Eastern Front, as well as the Allied forces advancing in France and Italy, this opened up a three front war. As the Germans were being attacked from all sides, Adolf Hitler tried his best to push off the allies out of occupied lands, but low morale and deadly attrition pushed most of the soldiers to surrender or flee. In Berlin, Adolf Hitler killed himself, ending World War 2 in Europe only 7 days later. However, the war continued for almost a year in the Pacific against Japan. The USA received an occupation zone of their own as a way to keep Germany from starting another World War. This in turn lead to the Cold War with Soviet Union not accepting terms that western powers demanded from them (free and democratic Poland is an example).

The Cold War

After the Allies won WWII, Germany and Berlin were split into four occupation zones (The US having occupation zone of its own). The Soviets wanted more power and decided to make nuclear weapons for themselves and got the blueprints from some people who were part of the Manhattan Project (United State's nuclear program). The USA saw this as a threat and decided to keep creating it's own nuclear weapons to show its own supremacy over the rest of the world. In Cuban Crisis, US president John F. Kennedy was able to avoid all-out nuclear war with the USSR. The Cold War ended with Germany being united and the Berlin Wall falling down.

Post 9/11

The US is now concerned over Syria And ISIS expansion in the Middle East.

The 50 states and territories/colonies

All US states and territories in Alphabetical order.

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • American Samoa
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Guam
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Northern Marianas Islands
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico (Protectorate, applied for Statehood)
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Virgin Islands
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Mappers from this country

  • 99Batran
  • GoldenRebel25
  • Multi Mappers
  • Michigan Mapper
  • Exploding Paintbrush Productions
  • TheJarjar99
  • Derphog
  • Princess Candy
  • Lolistan
  • MrAmericanMapper
  • Monsoonjr99
  • Olimario948
  • HappynHungry
  • PotatoTiger33
  • GrandChewbacca
  • Majikal Mapping
  • JayLastname
  • Milord Mudkip
  • Java Sea
  • MappingPez
  • Asdf
  • TheBronyPenguin
  • Tacosia12
  • Ceplio
  • Perrydoesmapping
  • Mista Chris
  • Hyper Mapping
  • RichardLamborghini
  • Giratina720
  • Demon Mapper
  • Evergreen Mapper
  • Illegalpig Mapping
  • TheFutureContinentsandOceanz(TheFlyTeen)

(Add here if you live in USA)

Future of the United States of America

The Mappers post their thoughts here:

99batran

The United States would most likely lose it's place as the richest country in the world in 2020s. But it's best profession would most likely be military. If the Anti-Gun Laws weren't established. Then knowing Americans, almost every American, soldier or not, would fight and die for their country. So as a fighting force and with the right to bear arms, America's total fighting force (including civilian population) would equal to about 50 million to 100 million.

Unless the United States goes back to being an isolationist-like country and let the middle-east solve themselves. Then United States could fall internally and the states would be thrown into the harsh world. It would also be domino effect. ALMOST EVERY COUNTRY would be thrown into economic disability without American support.

As the resources runs out, America would most likely use the middle-east or force Mexico to give up their oil properties to the United States. Despite having a system that could fight corruption, The United States could become a twisted mockery of it's former self.

(Personally, I am so patriotic that i could rather die than to leave the United States...Plus prices here are cheaper than European and European related Countries.)

Plus America would dominate space. No seriously a lot of Americans are volunteering to colonize Mars in 2017.

EthanConquistador

The American Empire, known to take into a start of WWIII, if this have started, it is most likely. The superpower will created a nuclear war by sending missiles much, as they would've been sending them to Russia. The deaths are totally high.

If WWIII never happened, the space program on Martian colonization is a hard risk, but American superpower place would stop, maybe sometime in 2030s, it would have 363,456,196 people in the American land. As American progress is failing due to crisis, it broke into states.

MrOwnerandPwner

The US will likely lose it's Superpower status to China by the mid 2040s providing their Economy remains as it is.

Their allies will probably abandon them soon enough as they keep Spying on everybody, including the allies' own people. The US will become Moapist after the fall of Christianity.

DisturbedFan1100

The United States of America will stand as the western superpower for as long as they don't go ruining their economy even more. If United States wants to keep being "the good guy", they should stop being complete morons and start minding their own business. There will be two possible courses of action: 1) US keeps it's place as the western superpower and doesn't intervene in others businesses or 2) US keeps intervening and ruining their already bad reputation which could lead into political conflicts and US allies leaving.

Drexmapper

USA is the most powerful country in the world, economically and military. In 2020, the Chinese economy will surpass the USA's economy (but not military). Then, the USA will be a less powerful country, being the third in 2040 (behind India). I think that some rebellions could happen in southern states (Texas, Arizona, California and New Mexico), specially affecting the Spanish population there, which can join Mexico, but USA in the future keeps it's place as a global superpower.

Zephyrus

United states are doomed. They are right now passing their collapsing state. The most likely scenario is that some states gain independence, and the rest of the sates go to being a secondary power (like soviet union)

MultiMapper

USA is probably gonna collapse if we DON'T GET A GOOD PRESIDENT!!! ( no offense Obama )

Goldenrebel25

If the USA has a few more bad leaders, then it will probably collapse into states or regions. If they have good leaders and less crime, then they might have a chance of surviving into the Mid-21st century. They would remain as a world power, but probably not #1 as China and possibly some European Countries could pass the US.

Sunburn9000

USA will be less strong.

Other countries will form a coalition against the USA and USA will die boom yay. However, people will suicide. This is weird, bad and stupid.

Philipp Mapping

The U.S.A. will become strong and all peoples will have weapons, and very great Technology but Germany is a rival and have the First Nano-Technology and because all people have weapons he will fight and U.S.A Collapse.

Mich56

Your mom will destroy it, OHHHHHH!!!!

Mega Events:

  • In Year 2456 Unite all Countries
  • U.S.A exist no more on Earth but in Year 2070 on Mars
  • U.S.A Collapse in Year 2050-2080
  • In Year 2100 U.S.A change name to NASA Empire
  • In Year 2250 all Peoples happy of U.S.A

Monsoonjr99

Kanye West becomes president and the U.S.A. collapses.

Olimario948

idk

HappynHungry

USA collapses due to Kim Jong Un's awesomeness.

I am a huge fascist with a like for North Korea bigger than my penis.

Lonanian Empire

I think by the year 2211, USA will have taken over all the countries in the world except for Vatican City because noone cares about Vatican City.

Majikal Mapping

America will continue as a superpower until the 2030's when either Japan, Germany, or a Nordic nation will set up the first Martian colony. The resources and overwhelming support this nation will receive will propel them into the next great superpower. By this time, China will have been mostly democratized, but its hard-working culture will still hold strong, leading it to join this nation as the second great superpower. America will have now been outmatched, as it was too busy arguing internally that it is essentially left in the dust.

America, having lost its superpower status, realizes its shortcomings and finally begins to cooperate with itself in the early 2040's. By now, the African nations will be almost completely developed, as the existence of third-world countries reaches a closing point. The world is now essentially at peace. America is a moderately powerful nation, but only a shell of what it once was.

Thunder Mapping

PR Gains Independence from the US

Mista Chris

In the 2020s and 2030s countries start getting mad at the U.S for getting in everyone's business. USA goes isolationist. Russia begins spreading their influence all over the world, and China takes over a lot of Asia. People get made at the American government especially when Kanye West gets elected president. The CSA declares independence and then the USA collapses. RIP USA 1766 - 2040ish

Razvy

The United states ends up in a fight with Texas rebels.Then Russians help the Texas rebels,and the United States splits into 50 states.

Giratina720

Election 2016 - If Trump wins: America will go insane. If Hillary wins: things.

In my mind - America will have 71 states by the time 2080 comes. With a population of 700 million, overpopulation can cause the USA to use so much money on agriculture. Yeah...

Perrydoesmapping

Donald Trump wins the elections and the US became more unstable under his administration and by 2018. The 2nd American Civil War occurred. States like California, Texas, Michigan, and Washington(Cascadia) secede from the US.The US military mutinied to the Rebels side and the US surrenders. Treaty of New York states the Following:

United States:

  • Must Recognize Michigan, Texas, and Cascadia
  • Cede Oregon and Idaho to Cascadia
  • Cede Oklahoma to Texas
  • Cede Wisconsin to Michigan
  • Pay the New Nations $100 Billion USD to each nation

The US collapses in 2030 after 20 Years of Economic Meltdown. The End

Eridan

The US collapses.

Atlas/Royal mapping

USA should give up CA, TX, MN, AK. USA is too large.

Pisiu369

After having enough of the USA's cancerous bullshit, every single muslim country in the world will declare war and so will the UK and Texas will gain independence the USA will be fat and fail against an invasion lol and then finally their oligarchy will be dismantled and replaced with a dictator that actually cares about the people lol.

Soviet Siberian 

Trump already won. So what? America is doomed.

Delirium

Trump will sell America to Russia to receive a large amount of money like a dollar or so to build more towers under his name.

TheFutureContinentsandOceanz(TheFlyTeen)

A coup overthrows Donald Trump. America becomes more stable after then but then Texas attempts to secede because Trump was overthrown.

SixLeggedBehemoth

The US of A will obviously fall into a civil war between them SJWS and LGBTS before Lord Emperor trump nukes them so hard you would not believe. After the civil war a genocide of degenerates happens and America is cleansed.

Soon our glorious Lord Emperor Trump gains immortality through science and becomes president of the world which is named "THE UNITED STATES OF EARTH" which is still based about USA of course.

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