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  1. kasumigenx

    DBWI: Syagrius does not win

    Syagrius divided Burgundy with the Visigoths and the Alamans territory with the Saxons after he defeated the Franks, the territory of the Franks went to the Saxons and the Saxons also conquered majority of the Alamans territory as well, as Syagrius restored the territory of Gallia Lugudunensis...
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    The Two Britains a Plantagenet Timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On 1194, Mathilde of Brittany is married to Frederick of Austria with a generous dowry with 35,000 of silver to end the incarceration of Richard I and for that reason, Philippe Auguste would demand the hand of Eleanor of Brittany to his son Louis, the son of Philippe Auguste and Isabella of...
  3. kasumigenx

    TO WEAR TWO CROWNS: ELEANOR OF BRITTANY

    TO WEAR TWO CROWNS: ELEANOR OF BRITTANY Chapter 1 On 1194, Mathilde of Brittany is married to Frederick of Austria with a generous dowry with 35,000 of silver to end the incarceration of Richard I and for that reason, Philippe Auguste would demand the hand of Eleanor of Brittany to his son...
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    Espanha: a Castillan-Portuguese timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On December of 1461, Charles, Prince of Viana would recover from a bout of poisoning and would marry Madeleine of France, his former betrothed Catherine of Portugal would be forced to go to a nunnery due to this and the King of Aragon would be a puppet of the French when he rose to the crown in...
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    Impact of a surviving Majapahit

    One, as far as I know, is that Majapahit would give the Portuguese their ports and the Portuguese would be able to use them in Prosetylization until Japan would decide to go Sakoku as IOTL, I see the Spanish gaining Borneo ITTL and not gaining any part of Luzon as it would remain as trading part...
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    DBWI: France not Divided between Alienor of Aquitaine and Henry II of England

    After the divorce of Alienor of Aquitaine and Louis VII on 1152, Alienor married Ramon V of Toulouse who proceeded to uproot the Barcelonians in Languedoc and Provence, then when Louis VII died Henry II annexed the Royal demesne of France via Eleanor's daughter, Alix' marriage with Henry II's...
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    To wear two Crowns an Anglo-French timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On 1194, Mathilde of Brittany is married to Frederick of Austria with a generous dowry with 35,000 of silver to end the incarceration of Richard I and for that reason, Philippe Auguste would demand the hand of Eleanor of Brittany to his son Louis, the son of Philippe Auguste and Isabella of...
  8. kasumigenx

    DBWI: Henry VIII has no children with Catherine of Aragon

    I remember Henry VIII divorcing his wife, Catherine of Aragon, dissolving the monasteries, splitting from the pope and removing his two kids on succession on 1532 despite having a son in 1518, named Edward who fought him and succeeded him due to killing him on 1540 and restored Catholicism...
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    DBWI: The French Language is not replaced by the Lemosin(Occitan) language in the Black Plague

    Prior to the Black plague the Lemosin language of Provence, Toulouse and Guyenne replaced the language of Paris and its environs as the Northern France was resettled by people from that after the plague, the Dauphin bought his loyal supporters from there. I remember there are people in...
  10. kasumigenx

    DBWI no West Francia Partition in the 12th century

    As I remember Louis VII divorced Eleanor of Aquitaine in 1152 but still have no sons with his second and third wives, however, Eleanor's daughter, Alix married the son of Henry II and Bertha of Brittany, the eldest son of Bertha, Conan died on 1147 and she remarried to Henry II of England on her...
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    La mort de França(Death of France)
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    Freepedia As Eleanor traveled to Poitiers, two lords —Theobald V, Count of Blois, and Geoffrey, Count of Nantes, brother of Henry II, Duke of Normandy and Brittany—tried to kidnap and marry her to claim her lands. As soon as she arrived in Poitiers, Eleanor sent envoys to the Count of...
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    The Holy Plague a French timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On 1426 a new strain of Black Plague would happen in France which would last up to 1432, a new virulent strain of Black Death that would destroy the population of France which would be accompanied by the Anglo-Burgundian raids in the North including in Anjou both would kill men, women, although...
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    Black Death on the English Channel
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    In 1345, Joanna of England was betrothed to Peter of Castile, son of Maria of Portugal and Alfonso XI of Castile. In the summer of 1348, she left England with the blessing of her parents. Thanks to a heavily armed retinue she was, perhaps, the most protected woman of Europe at the time, and it...
  14. kasumigenx

    DBWI: No Neapolitan Plantagenets

    As far as I remember, the Neapolitan Plantagenets inherited France and England after the Lancastrians got extinct, they are from the second marriage of John of Gaunt with Catherine of Naples, daughter of Joanna I of Naples, their inheritance caused Provence to fall to the French royal realm...
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    WI: Guy of Brionne rules over England and Normandy rather than William the Conqueror

    Is it possible for Guy of Brionne to be the Duke of Normandy and be recognized as the heir of Edward the Confessor instead of William the Conqueror? He is the closest relative of William the Bastard who is not a bastard actually aside from the Count of Burgundy.
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    DBWI: Eleanor of Aquitaine does not remarry to Raymond V of Toulouse

    As I remember, a few generations after her marriage with Raymond V after her failed marriage with Louis VII, England and Aquitaine divided France up , Eleanor of Aquitaine's son Raymond VI married Douce II of Provence, uniting Provence with Aquitaine creating the country of Aquitaine, her...
  17. kasumigenx

    Regnum Tagalorum
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    Inspired by this https://lifesomundane.net/2016/05/tagalog.html “That Prince is impressive, I heard that he liberated the northern half of the island already, he is a muslim who was allied with the Wako or pirates in Japan, he would need to contend with my troops.” “He is related to the...
  18. kasumigenx

    Portuguese-Majapahit win at Daha(a TL sketch/concept)

    This is a TL concept I have been playing for a while... Portuguese-Majapahit win at Daha 1517, the Portuguese-Majapahit alliance wins at Daha with Demak defeated. 1518 Eleanor of Austria marries John III of Portugal and Charles I of Spain marries Isabella of Portugal 1520 The...
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    DBWI: the two sons of Philip, Duke of Burgundy survives

    IOTL, Joanna of Castile only had four surviving daughters prior to her husband dying in 1508, he had two sons, Charles b. 1500 and Ferdinand b. 1503 who died in infancy and they have four daughters Eleanor I of Burgundy b. 1498 who married Frederick II, the Elector Palatinate b. 1482, this was a...
  20. kasumigenx

    Different Hanoverian Timeline
    Threadmarks: Treaty of Lisbon

    Different Hanoverian Timeline Treaty of Lisbon Freepedia Note: My plan is England allied with Portugal but England loses its alliance with the Dutch, no OTL William III in this TL.
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