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  1. Historical interactive map sites

    Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States This is a digitized version of the 1932 Charles O. Paullin and John K. Wright's Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States that offers a georectified view of its pages on Google Maps.
  2. Proposals and War Aims That Didn't Happen Map Thread

    From the text "The map of Africa by treaty" the "Pink Map" - territory claimed by Portugal in Africa in 1887
  3. Proposals and War Aims That Didn't Happen Map Thread

    I've been doing some reading on the 1898 Fashoda Incident. There isn't much details on competing claims. The OTL settlement of the Anglo-French agreements of 1898 and 1899 appear to meet the British aims of control over the Nile River basin and the Upper Nile area. The French objectives were to...
  4. Map Thread XIV

    WIP. Current idea is a surviving Czechoslovakia after Munich leading to a different WWII that ends in stalemate in Norway.
  5. OTL Map Thread Mk IV., 2014-

    Looking up on Wiki and Google Image Search got results for Ecuador and Peru Antarctic claims. Ecuador: 84°30'w -96°30'w Above article mentions claim made by Constitutional Assembly in February of 1967 Peru: 81°20'W - 75°40'W...
  6. A Blank Map Thread

    So it turns out that when you put a 45 x 45 grid on the 16,200 x 8,100 pixel maps founds on Natural Earth III you get approximate circles of latitude and longitude. Handy for getting those straight boundaries
  7. Map Thread XIII

    With conflicting colonial claims and alternate claims to boundaries there are in fact alternate borders that can be used.
  8. Proposals and War Aims That Didn't Happen Map Thread

    From this page: The PDF "Memorial submitted by the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya" has a good number of interesting maps towards the end of the document showing claims through the 19th and 20th century...
  9. Map Thread XIII

    It's an interesting border alright. When you look at a detailed map of it you see that it follows a lot of rivers and lakes in. It kept the Murmansk railroad in Soviet territory. Link to high res map of planned border:
  10. Map Thread XIII

    You're using Natural Earth III from as source, yes? Not matter what it's going to be a challenge to make it simple. Experiment with converting the source to an indexed image with a very limited colour pallet. Having a plate caree option is for...
  11. The NEW Our TimeLine Maps Thread!

    Russia's arctic claims. Sector lines extended to north pole. Made using Coordinates included below map (Using code format alright for posting coordinates?). Norway - Russia...
  12. Map Thread XIII

    Full map here
  13. Map Thread XIII

    Considering one of the proposed lines drawn during the peace negotiations used the St. Lawrence river as a border, yes.
  14. Map Thread XIII

    Work in progress. Constraints/Challenge: Reduce number of nations without going into ASB/Space-Filling Empire territory, Mild American/Soviet wank/Cold War on Steroids with Kingdom of Italy and Republic of China in the mix, put in as many small border changes as possible without making them...
  15. The NEW Our TimeLine Maps Thread!

    Another map generated with What you're looking at is the initial 1898 Treaty of Paris borders of the Philippines, the extension of the northern border to 21°30'N, the border defined with Malaysia in 1932 and the 1979 presidential decree 1596
  16. Japan As A Us teritory

    All of Japan? No. Parts? Maybe. All the territory that was placed under US control as a result of the San Francisco Peace Treaty could end up as US territory. The Bonin and Volcano Islands seem most plausible (they had American and European settlements before), but the Ryukyu Islands are...
  17. The NEW Our TimeLine Maps Thread!

    Another map using this website,, to plot the points, pictured below is the lines outlined in the 1994 judgement concerning the Chad-Libya border, as detailed here: Once I can find coordinates...
  18. The NEW Our TimeLine Maps Thread!

    Using this website,, to plot the points, pictured below is the 1886 Anglo-German Declaration, as detailed here: This map is in Equirectangular projection
  19. Map Thread XII

    Those lines in Nevada and California resemble the US offer made in 1835 to purchase Mexican territory.
  20. Map Thread XII

    Apparently Japan was willing to withdraw and create a neutral Manchucko, perhaps even cede parts of its Territory to the Soviet Union, in order to get Moscow to mediate a peace with the Allies. ref...