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  1. The Empire Parnell Built
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    Hello all, I've been posting a few infoboxes from this TL over on the Infoboxes thread and I think it's got to the stage where there are enough updates to justify its own thread and, frankly, it's getting a bit of a hassle having to remember to link to all the ones in the series whenever I...
  2. The Anglo-Saxon Social Model - EURO 2020

    Welcome to the Euro 2020 simulator set in the universe of my TL, the Anglo-Saxon Social Model. I will be posting initial groups and squads and then simulating the results of every game over the next few weeks using a dice. I'm putting this on its own thread because I appreciate that sports TLs...
  3. The Anglo-Saxon Social Model - The Expanded Universe
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    As some of you might know, for the past year I have worked on a narrative TL with POD being the assassination of Queen Victoria in 1872. I've linked to the original TL at the bottom. Basically it was an attempt to think through how the class compromises and conditions for Scandinavian social...
  4. New Denmark

    I've recently been re-reading Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' series in advance of the HBO series and one of the things I noticed this time that had passed me by first time around is that there's a country on the North American continent (implied to be more or less the states east of the...
  5. Taiping Heavenly Kingdom survives?

    Just a quick post because I've just started reading Stephen Platt's 'Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom' about the Taiping Rebellion and I wondered if anyone had any thoughts about how the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom could have survived - either by completely ousting the Qing or by becoming an...
  6. The Anglo-Saxon Social Model
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    This is a TL that I originally started thinking about just after Margaret Thatcher died in 2013. I was reading an article (on a blog and by an author whose names I’ve now forgotten – sorry for forgetting to credit you if you ever come across this) reflecting on her premiership and the author...
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