You get used to such eccentric hues of hair or eyes in anime. I assume that all anime, no matter how mundane or apparently based in our world, actually exists in an unspoken alternate history where Japan, somewhat like the United States, opened itself up to large-scale immigration, but that the European or mixed population has otherwise assimilated to Japanese culture. Also in fairness, Code Geass is actually set in an alternate history, in which Japan has been conquered by the Holy Britannian Empire, which is so dismissive of the conquered country that it has renamed Japan as Area 11 and the Japanese accordingly as Elevens. This being anime, the war-winning weapon is of course humongous mecha suits, known as Armored Knights or Knightmare frames, given the deliberately retro-futuristic tone of the Empire. All of which would have just amounted to a hissy fit in his palatial estate and prestige high school Ashford Academy, but for the Geass power given to him by the mysterious CC.
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Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion is a two-season anime television series that aired from to ; it takes place in an Alternate History timeline where the British Empire won the Revolutionary War , but lost a later European conflict against Napoleon who went on to conquer the British Isles and forced the Empire into fleeing to America. The British-controlled America evolved into the Holy Britannian Empire, which eventually gained control of over a third of the world. Seven years before the beginning of the show's main story, Britannia launched an invasion of Japan to secure that country's stocks of a rare mineral that makes a new power source possible. Britannia's army of powerful Humongous Mecha —the "Knightmares"— ended the conflict in short order.