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Port-au-Prince is the capital and largest city of Haiti. It was first incorporated under the colonial rule of the French, in 1749. The city's layout is similar to that of an amphitheatre; commercial districts are near the water, while residential neighborhoods are located on the hills above.

Port-au-Prince in Southern VictoryEdit

During the Second Great War, the Confederate States invaded Haiti, and established a death camp outside of Port-au-Prince. After the United States invaded and helped liberate Haiti, Confederate troops surrendered in Port-au-Prince rather than face the wrath of the Haitians.