CSA: Confederate States of America is a faux documentary from 2004 directed by Kevin Willmot. The film imagines an alternate history of the Civil War, where the southern states won, and formed the CSA. The film is presented as a British documentary. Two experts provide commentary and an historical timeline of the CSA is shown. At the start of the Civil War, the United Kingdom and France financially and militarily support the confederate states, and aid in creating the CSA. There is film footage showing Harriet Tubman helping Abraham Lincoln escape to Canada. During World War II the CSA was friendly with Hitler and the Nazis, but preferred to exploit non-white races, not exterminate them. Present day CSA presidential candidate, John Ambrose Fauntroy V (Larry Peterson) the great-grandson of one of the creators of the CSA, provides historical commentary. The director was inspired to make this provocative film after viewing The Civil War by Ken Burns.