The USC converged in 1946. After seeing a weaking in France we took our chance and became independent once agian. Now for 66 years we have been independent.
- Capital of RoM and USC
- Pop. 7,128
- Legion 0
- Militia 100
USC Armed ForcesEdit
The USC has four main military branches: Flotilla, Legion, Blastforce, Militia.
The USC Flotilla is our watercraft Army Currently there is no ships
The USC Legion is our Land assult forces soon this army will come
the USC Blastforce is our airforce division no plane are in construction
Project Armour- Battle suit that is designed to stop 5.5mm rifle rounds. Known Problems: Heavy Armour means slow soldiers and restricted movement, wearers must be fit, Costly. Layout: Cotton pading under a 1 inch thick steel plate under serramic plating under kevlar.
'In 1729 the Corsican Revolution for independence began. After 26 years of struggle the independent Corsican Republic was formed in 1755 under the leadership of Pasquale Paoli and remained sovereign until 1769 when it was conquered by France. The first Corsican Constitution was written in Italian (the language of culture in Corsica until the end of the 19th century) by Paoli. He proclaimed that Italian was the official language of Corsica.
The Corsican Republic was unable to eject the Genoese from the major coastal cities. Following French losses in the Seven Years War, Corsica was purchased by France from the Republic of Genoa in 1764. After an announcement and brief war in 1768–69 Corsican resistance was largely ended at the Battle of Ponte Novu. Despite triggering the Corsican Crisis in Britain, whose government gave secret aid, no foreign military support came for the Corsicans. Corsica was incorporated into France in 1770, marking the end of Corsican sovereignty. However, nationalist feelings still ran high.
Following the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789, Pasquale Paoli was able to return to Corsica from exile in Britain. In 1794 he invited British forces under Lord Hood to intervene to free Corsica from French rule. Anglo-Corsican forces drove the French from the island and established an Anglo-Corsican Kingdom. Following Spain's entry into the war the British decided to withdraw from Corsica in 1796. Corsica then returned to French rule.
In 1814, near the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the island was briefly occupied again by British troops. The Treaty of Bastia gave the British crown sovereignty over the island, but it was later repudiated by Lord Castelreagh who insisted that the island should be returned to a restored French monarchy.
In Corsica, vendetta was a social code that required Corsicans to kill anyone who wronged the family honor. Between 1821 and 1852, no fewer than 4,300 murders were perpetrated in Corsica.