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  1. List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

    That empire wouldn’t be allowed to stand.
  2. List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

    Well Henry’s son could marry Mary
  3. List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

    Edward VIII of UK (b.1894) m Rosemary Sutherland-Leveson-Gower (b.1893) in 1919 issue: George, Prince or Wales (b.1920) Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh (b.1922) Mary, Princess Royal (b.1925) miscarriage (1927) Princess Victoria (b.1930) Prince Albert, Duke of Clarence and St Andrew’s...
  4. List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

    The likelihood of Mary marrying her uncle under English law is suspect giveb it’s never happened before and when there were rumours Richard iii was to marry his niece, his reputation tanked
  5. How to avoid the French Revolution?

    Or he kills the first few loud mouths, and uses propaganda ro show them as traitorous swine.
  6. How to avoid the French Revolution?

    Which would he a good thing in the long run in my view,
  7. How to avoid the French Revolution?

    I disagree with this. I think giving an inch would lead to them taking a mile. Give them a whiff of grapeshot.
  8. How to avoid the French Revolution?

    Marie Antoinette wasn’t the reason louos lost his head. Indeed she wasn’t even in the top five reasons for it
  9. How to avoid the French Revolution?

    Sending Marie Antoinette back will piss of Austria and would be a dumb move.
  10. List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

    James VII of the United Kingdom of the British isles (b.1633) m Catherine of Braganza (b.1638) in 1662 issue James, Prince of Wales (b.1662)* Henry, Duke of York and Albany (b.1663) miscarriage (1664) Charles, Duke of Berwick and St Andrews (b.1666) Catherine, Princess Royal (b.1669)...
  11. Miscellaneous <1900 (Alternate) History Thread

    Why so? Re his relations with parliament?
  12. Miscellaneous <1900 (Alternate) History Thread

    What consequences could there have been had James ii of England never converted to Catholicism and instead remained a high church Anglican?
  13. WI: Charles I dies in 1641

    Charles I dying in 1641 will Prompt questions about the regency. Henrietta Maria will try and claim it. Parliament hasn’t been called yet so the personal rule may go on or whoever ends up as regent may call a parliament which will be very interesting
  14. WI: Friedrich Wilhelm IV Lives Longer

    So, as far as I remember, Wilhlem I inherited the army question from his brother's reign, or at least the seeds that led to that conflict. But Fred seems to have been more willing to play for time whilst later shanking those who went against him. As he did post 1848. So, I imagine he may string...
  15. WI: British War of Succession

    If he’s heir to France or later king he’s not going to bother with England. France is by far the greater prize
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