All governments make 'worst case scenario' contingency plans which are kept under wraps from the public. These documents were unearthed buried deep within the American National Archives in Washington, D.C. - a top-secret document once regarded as the most sensitive on earth.
It was in 1930, that America first wrote a plan for war with 'The Red Empire' - its most dangerous empire.
But America's foe in this war was not Russia or Japan or even the burgeoning Nazi Germany.
Plan Red was code for an apocalyptic war with Britain and all her dominions.
In essence, the US felt like it was on the verge of becoming the top Western superpower after the Great War. The only obstacle would be a naval throwdown with Britain, the current superpower. Times were tense in Europe already, and Britain's tab from America's involvement in WWI was still 9 million pounds deep. Rather than pay back the monies, a game of economic dominance was being played, and the US took measures to ensure it would come out on top.
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