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    Poll for Flag Challenge 234

    FLAG CHALLENGE #NUMBER: 234 Banner of the Magic Maidens Evil has arrived. Whether it is a swarm of alien monsters, an international crime syndicate, or malevolent demons from another dimension, the world is in danger of plunging into darkness, and the armies of nations prove incapable of...
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    PC: Fate of the Czechoslovak Legion in a Central Powers WWI victory.

    It is mid-1918. The Western Front is at its final stage. As the Germans prepare of the Spring Offensive that they hope would decisively crush the Entente, Russia is descending into total chaos. The Bolshevik Revolution that swept the country last October is now fighting on all fronts against the...
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    WI: A White Rajah as Sultan of Malaysia

    Credits to this thread for bringing the idea up. Also, bonus points if the title is hereditary instead of elective, but not necessary. Additional bonus points to be had if the religious and/or racial requirements aren't put on it (i.e. Anglo-Christian Sultan), but also not necessary. The White...
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    AHC: Liao Empire in Constantinople

    I was going to post something on the ATL City guessing game, but the more I wrote, the more it started to look like a full TL idea than an article for the thread. Obviously, this was inspired by the Mahakhitan thread of a similar idea (Liao Empire in India), but I want to ask if it's possible...
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    Flag Challenge #180 POLL

    Flag challenge #180: China Will Grow Larger The Middle Kingdom... Center of the universe... Throughout human history, Chinese civilization has waxed and waned with the change of fortune, from empires commanding the fealty of vast kingdoms across the world, to abject turmoil and bloodletting...
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    WI: Communist-aligned Iran

    Been looking through WI threads on post-1900s Iran on the CIA coup on Mossadegh, as well as the Iranian Revolution, and I was wondering in what ways could Iran be pulled to the Soviet sphere. There was already grounds for it, such as the Tudeh party, but there did not seem to be any leaders who...
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    The Lion of Xinjiang (Xinjiang War AH Vignette)

    Another vignette, because why not? :p Западные ворота Урумчи, провинция Синьцзян Весна, 1933 Н.Э. 西門 烏魯木齊市,新疆省 春天,公元1933年 West Gate Urumqi, Xinjiang Province Spring, 1933 C.E. Urumqi, China's western gateway. Since the time of the silk road, the city had long been a crossroads for...
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    WI: Non-dynastic North Korea after Korean War

    To put it simply, is it possible for North Korea to set up a government that isn't a de facto absolute monarchy after the end of the Korean War. Were there people in the leadership or external forces that could have prevented the succession of Kim Jong-Il, or even depose Kim Il-Sung early? Note...
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    Children of the Snow (Alaska AH Vignette)

    Новоaрхангельск, Русская Америка 13 Декабря, 1875 New Archangel, Russian Alaska 13th December, 1875 C.E. (Julian Calender) New Archangel, winter. Christmas was descending upon the tiny colonial outpost of New Archangel, and the usual decorations of ornaments and pine trees had already been...
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    WI Japanese tries to colonize Formosa in 1594, earlier end to Imjin War

    Just one of several ideas I've been considering for the Before 1900s thread. The main point is the establishment of a Japanese settlement in northern Taiwan. I am not sure how workable is this TL, and how many changes can result, but I'll try. 1594 – Based on suggestions by Ryukyuan king Shō...
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    WI: Earlier (or later) pullout of Russian forces from the Baltics post-1991

    Case Study: The Withdrawal of Russian Military Forces from the Baltc States - National War College One of the most major sticking points of post-Soviet Baltic politics was getting the Russian armed forces - holdovers from the Soviet era - to pull out of the countries. While Lithuania managed...
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    Prussia - A Kaliningrad Story (Post WWII USSR Timeline)
    Threadmarks: Intro and Prologue

    Hey! This is my first attempt at making a plausible timeline, so do correct me if some parts don't seem that way. Constructive criticism is always welcome. Also, the next one will take a long time, so sorry if I don't respond soon. Special thanks to those who responded in my previous WI threads...
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    Plausibility Check: How far could Russian settlement in Hokkaido have gone?

    I've been juggling a couple of ideas for a non-ASB TL for a while, one of which is a TL which looks into a limited Russian settlement in Hokkaido in the 19th Century, possibly earlier. Won't give away details (unless requested via PM), but I was wondering how far could the Russians have gone in...
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    WI the Joseon Dynasty was restored after WWII?

    Was it possible for the Yi clan to return to the throne in a restored Kingdom of Korea after WWII? From what I gather, Rhee Syngmun basically suppressed the royal clan and confiscated their property to preempt any attempt at restoring the monarchy so he could claim the title of 'Father of the...
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    AHC/WI The Russian SFSR fragmented with the USSR in the 1980s/90s?

    Admittedly, most of the autonomous republics which now form the republics of the Russian Federation are too Russified or too economically tied to Moscow to consider actual secession, barring Chechnya. But is it possible for the Russian SFSR to fragment during the collapse of the Soviet Union in...
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    Alternate Expeditions of Hideoyoshi

    In OTL, Shogun Toyotomi Hideyoshi launched two invasions of Korea in 1592 and 1597, sparking off the Imjin Wars which both ended in the intervention of the Ming Dynasty on behalf of Joseon and Japanese withdrawal from the peninsula. On hindsight, his goal of conquering China via Korea looks...
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    WI Donar's Oak fell on St. Boniface

    In OTL, the Vita Bonifatii auctore Willibaldi, written in the 8th Century, recounted the felling of Donar's Oak in Hesse by St. Boniface in his efforts to Christianize the Germanics. IOTL, basically nothing bad happened with the felling and the saint was able to hold it as evidence, for lack of...
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