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  1. kasumigenx

    Re: To Wear two crowns
    Threadmarks: Chapter 4

    Crown of Empress Sanchia On 1204, with the aid of the Duchy of Austria under Alice of Blois and her husband, Frederick I, they would harbor Constance of Aragon and her son, Emeric of Hungary, Alice of Blois and her husband, Frederick I would have three of their children already born, namely...
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    DBWI: No Spanish Mindanao Dueterium

    Prior to the Spanish-American War, the Spanish gained an alliance with Britain by selling Luzon to the British which led to the Spanish actually winning in the Spanish-American War, Spain did get some recovery due to the Deuterium in Mindanao after the war and sold it to the Nazis which led to a...
  3. kasumigenx

    Miscellaneous <1900 (Alternate) History Thread

    Since I have written a lot about an Independent Luzon, Luzon's or Selurong's aristocracy if they ruled Luzon would have suppressed Spanish culture, the peninsular Spanish, all the Spanish affiliated populations and the Spanish loyal tribes from day one such as the Ilocanos, the Chavacanos and...
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    PC: Bavaria Swapped for the Austrian Netherlands, 1740-1745

    Margraviate of Verona was associated with Bavaria and Austria historically.
  5. kasumigenx

    Re: To Wear two crowns
    Threadmarks: Chapter 3

    After Eleanor of Brittany gave birth to a son, she would hear about the birth of her twin siblings, Margaret and Conan and thus she is now kept out of the Breton succession even if her brother dies but she has a claim to the English crown but her mother sadly died due to the stress of giving...
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    PC: Bavaria Swapped for the Austrian Netherlands, 1740-1745

    Perhaps they can try to gain Margraviate of Verona aka the Italian parts of the Republic of Venice
  7. kasumigenx

    PC: Bavaria Swapped for the Austrian Netherlands, 1740-1745

    Wittelsbach Belgium seems interesting...
  8. kasumigenx

    Re: To Wear two crowns
    Threadmarks: Chapter 2

    Eleanor of Brittany and Louis VIII as depicted on the series the Capetians In the summer of 1195, a marriage between Louis and Eleanor of Brittany was signed due to the marriage between a niece of Richard I and Frederick I of Austria already happened, and an alliance between Richard I and...
  9. kasumigenx

    Re: To Wear two crowns
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    Re: To Wear two crowns Richard I as Portrayed in the Movie Robinhood On December of 1194, the Duke of Austria died causing possible marriage negotiations between Eleanor of Brittany and Frederick of Austria to falter and Eleanor of Aquitaine would choose her other niece, Alice of Blois as...
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    WI: Jane Seymour survives

    interesting for a tl...
  11. kasumigenx

    WI: John of Gaunt Has More Kids With Constance of Castile?

    I think Maria could marry Bolingbroke here...and Elizabeth of Lancaster could marry Charles VI of France...
  12. kasumigenx

    Espanha: a Castillan-Portuguese timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 7

    Margaret of Normandy Prior to Edward IV dying, Margaret of Normandy, the daughter of Mary of Burgundy arrived and seen the disappearance of her fiancé, Edward V in the tower would affect her health for some what and she would be betrothed to Edward of Middleham, the son of Richard III on the...
  13. kasumigenx

    Prevent the decline of Rhomansh/Rhaeto-Romance

    Have Aquilea survive and adopt it as official.
  14. kasumigenx

    WI: John of Gaunt Has More Kids With Constance of Castile?

    Actually Bolingbroke marrying Maria of Sicily will be good for everyone as he will not usurp his Cousin.
  15. kasumigenx

    What if Japan had sold Taiwan to France in 1897?

    Actually, Luzon and Hawaii going to Britain would screw US expansion to pacific and Taiwan on French hands would balance the British power in the pacific...
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    WI: John of Gaunt Has More Kids With Constance of Castile?

    Actually, Bolingbroke is similar in age with Maria of Sicily...the two can marry.
  17. kasumigenx

    What if Japan had sold Taiwan to France in 1897?

    Might be... But if the British took over Luzon, the Spanish would have likely retained Visayas and Mindanao because the Americans would have no allies in the Archipelago anymore, I think the Spanish might have harvested Deuterium in that area. Spain having Visayas-Mindanao Deuterium bombs would...
  18. kasumigenx

    What if Japan had sold Taiwan to France in 1897?

    A chinese napoleon would be interesting. Actually, the Spanish had the opportunity of selling Luzon to the British in the 1880s, after the Gomburza prior to the revolution got violent instead of giving up Sabah, which would likely cause Spain to at least retain Visayas and Mindanao, I have read...
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    AHC and WI: Danish as Holy Roman emperor and Kalmar Union implication

    Another would be Lorraine gaining Denmark and still marrying into Austria...
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