19th century

  1. WI: British Mediterranean Empire?

    What if Britain had formed a Mediterranean Empire as close to the borders of the Roman Empire or Ottoman Empire as possible? Or even the Macedonian Empire. Britain already had bases such as Gibraltar, Malta, Cyprus, and once had Minorca. Ionian Islands were also a protectorate. Egypt...
  2. More Uit De Blauwe South Africa

    So I found this timeline: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/uit-de-blauwe-a-european-south-africa.399045/ And a continuation of it: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/uit-de-blauwe-a-european-south-africa-salvage-and-continuation.414837/ So maybe I want to continue...
  3. If Cape Colony remains Dutch, would WW1 still happen?

    If The Netherlands manage to keep the Cape Colony in a 1815-POD, will World War I still happen?
  4. Greater Dutch colonial empire

    So what if in 1814/1815, the Netherlands never got Belgium and Luxembourg, but instead Austria gets back the Austrian Netherlands. This would mean that the Netherlands would get back all their pre-Napoleonic colonies. So what would happen next with The Netherlands and their colonial empire...
  5. Bunnyrich

    High On The Mountaintop-A divergent Mormon Church
    Threadmarks: Table of Contents

    High On The Mountaintop (source https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-beehive-church-stained-glass-1916530620) Formatting Shamelessly Stolen from KingSweden24's Cinco de Mayo Collaboration with @Tyche Table of Contents Section 1: Come Come Ye Saints (1837- )
  6. World War I without Wilhelm II

    If somehow Kaiser Wilhelm II would have not reigned over Germany, would World War I still happen? I read somewhere that WW1 was not the result of Wilhelm II’s reign, but the result of the German army and Prussian elite having very much influence on there politics. So basically: a modern country...
  7. Dutch and German POD

    I am searching for a POD in which The Netherlands stays a middle-great colonial empire, but WW1 still happen and ends in a German victory. Is this somehow possible, and if yes, how?
  8. Could the Netherlands get German territories in 1815?

    Was it possible for the Netherlands to get German territories in 1815 during the Congress of Vienna? Originally, the Dutch king William I called for the addition of the Rhineland to his kingdom too, but I also remember a version in which the Netherlands gets East Frisia and Cleves and has to...
  9. The Boer Wars, an alternate history

    I’m thinking about a scenario in which the Belgian Revolution never happened. But I was thinking: what will happen to the Boers, the Great Trek and the Boer Wars if this occured. With a Belgian Revolution which never happens, the United Kingdom of the Netherlands stays alive and become a...
  10. A Dutch timeline

    I’m searching for a POD in which The Netherlands keep the Cape Colony, but also in which the United Kingdom of the Netherlands stays alive. Do you have some ideas? Or could I simply say that with the Dutch keeping the Cape Colony in say 1814, the Belgian Revolution would never occure because of...
  11. Alternate Dutch colonies

    So, if The Netherlands manage to keep Belgium in 1830, is it plausible that they will set up new colonies, especially in Africa or Asia? The Dutch king William I wanted to make The Netherlands a great power again, and he knew that he needed (more) colonies for that. For example: is it maybe...
  12. WI Transylvania is granted the same status as Croatia

    So what if Transylvania would had been granted similar status as Croatia-Slavonia within the Lands of the Hungarian Holy Crown AKA Transleithania following the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867? - Hungarian, German and Romanian would all become official languages. - There would be a...
  13. Austro-Prussian War WI: France Joins Austria’s Side And Russia Joins Prussia’s Side

    In this scenario, when the Austro-Prussian War happens, France declares war on Prussia as an excuse to seize the Rhineland and to keep Germany divided whilst Russia declares war on Austria in order to seize Galicia, establish a friendly puppet government in Hungary, and overall pay back Austria...
  14. Daeres

    They Come in All Colours: A Timeline
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    There are people everywhere who form a Forth World, or a diaspora of their own. They are the lordly ones. They come in all colours. They can be Christians or Hindus or Muslims or Jews or pagans or atheists. They can be young or old, men or women, soldiers or pacifists, rich or poor. They may be...
  15. SunZi

    Bernadotte — King of the French

    Karl Johan (or Jean-Baptiste) Bernadotte — the missed King of the French In 1814, the troops of the Sixth Coalition entered France and on 31 May they entered Paris. The Emperor Napoleon I, betrayed by his marshals, was forced to abdicate on 6 April and, fifteen days later, left for his first...
  16. WI: The French Third Republic was indeed temporary

    When it was first established in 1870, few expected the French Third Republic to last very long. Since monarchists held a majority of seats, it was widely believed it would just be a temporary government until either a Legitimist or an Orléanist candidate was placed on the throne of France to...
  17. GameBawesome

    WI: Saudeleur dynasty survives?

    On the Island of Pohnpei, in Micronesia, there once stood a civilization called the Saudeleur dynasty. It had a centralized government, uniting the people of Pohnpei island, and ruled from around 1100s to 1628. Its famous accomplishment was its capital so impressive, it would be called in the...
  18. GameBawesome

    Century of Humiliation under a Native Han-Chinese Dynasty?

    In OTL, in Chinese History, the Century of Humiliation was a term used to describe the 19th Century for China To greatly simplify, It started when the Qing Dynasty had a war with the British, which happened because Opium through Bengal was becoming a problem in China. This all stems from trade...
  19. the Imperium of Canada

    How revanchist is the United States likely to get after a crushing Confederate Victory via British intervention?

    Let's just go with the classic Trent Affair escalates PoD that leads to Britain going to war against the United States, which predictably goes rather badly for America, dragging on until 1864 and ends with Washington forced to recognize the independence of the Confederacy (which gets the Arizona...
  20. Metempsychosis

    Los Hijos del Pais v3: Two Hundred Years of Solitude, a Philippine TL
    Threadmarks: Introduction: Background and Bloody February

    Hey guys, @Timaeus here. Some of ya might remember me from little posts here and there. Mostly I responded to other people's works, and to the ASOIAF fandom threads. My main contributions were to collaborative projects like The World of the Sundering. Mid 2018, just when I was starting to get...
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