|Transdonian Civil War|
|People's Republic of England (Western Transdonia)||English Confederation (Eastern Transdonia)|
|Luke Walker||Jimmy Stevens|
Relations between West and East Transdonia (officially known as the English Confederation) was poor, due that the E.C. claims to have human slaves as property. On 26 September 2013, a civil war came between two warring areas, East and West of Transdonia. The Provisional People's Committee of Britain declared war on the Confederacy. The Transdonian National Council follows communism, they dislikes the idea of slavery and believe that the people should be treated equal. Luke Walker borrowed the idea of the 13th Amendment and began the election for the constitution to abolish slavery on 28 September 2013.
Establishment of the People's Republic of EnglandEdit
On 30 September 2013, President Luke Walker proclaimed the establishment of the People's Republic of England in Transdonia, during the civil war.
Ending of the Civil WarEdit
On 6 October 2013, the elections for the 13th Amendment to the People's Republic of England's constitution has passed, from that day slavery and involuntary servitude was abolished. 8 October 2013, the English Confederation surrenders and restores the east to the People's Republic of England. The next day on the 9 October 2013, The English Confederation collapsed.