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Last update: November 28, 2018
California is a region in the United States of America and its capital is Sacramento.
World War III
During World War III California was conquered by Indonesia on July 27, 2009 and was retaken by the United States on September 5, 2009.
On July 26, 2009, Indonesia invaded California from Hawaii, which was conquered one day earlier. Hundreds of companies were based in California, as were over a thousand American citizens, resulting in a high cost of attack and a wall over 250,000. When the 24 hour time ran out, Indonesian forces had the wall between No Man's Land and Underground, resulting in overtime. Indonesian tanks battered the wall and conquered California soon after regulation time ended, marking their first occupation of the contiguous 49 states of America.
On September 1, 2009, United States Armed Forces attempted to retake California, but was unsuccessful with the wall secured at well over 400,000 points. American forces camped out in the states of Oregon and Nevada, pending a second attack opportunity.
On September 4, 2009, United States Armed Forces began the third and last battle for California during World War III during a 48-hour period where the Indonesian President was permabanned and eRepublik Laws indicating that a president may not be impeached between 4th of the month and the 5th of the month for election purposes. During this time, California was reconquered by the United States Armed Forces and its allies, with the wall -1.3 Million points in the Underground.
World War V
California became the USA capital during World War V, when Canada assisted the US through a strategic region swap resulting in the temporary loss of Florida, the nation's previous capital.
California is neighbored by following regions:
The following table lists the Mayors of California in chronological order.
Ikenstein was accused by US citizens and mayor candidates for stealing the treasury of Sacramento. 
During the September month the information available show that 4253.42 USD was taken out of the treasury of Sacramento while Ikenstein was the mayor. The location of the money was never found although various people claimed that it got to the Ikenstein's pockets.
The following lists the known Congress members of the region: