alternatehistory

  1. North Western Railway U1 Class

    Before we get into the class, I want to talk about something relating to this post: We all know that Sodor isn't real, nor is the North Western Railway itself. However, in this 'Alternate History', alongside my own take on proposed steam locomotives, I've decided to establish a alternate...
  2. North Western Railway T1 Class 'Clockwork'

    Before we get into the locomotive, I want to talk about something relating to this post: We all know that Sodor isn't real, nor is the North Western Railway itself. However, in this 'Alternate History', alongside my own take on proposed steam locomotives, I've decided to establish a alternate...
  3. kasumigenx

    A different Burgundian succession
    Threadmarks: New heir

    On 1476, Charles the Bold would reconcile with John of Burgundy-Nevers and disinherited his daughter and made John the heir if he does not have a son to make her as the bride that would guarantee imperial support on Burgundy and married Mary of Burgundy to Maximilian of Austria, he would have a...
  4. kasumigenx

    My idea for a Portugal Wank

    >Brunei keeps control of the Philippines/San Lazaro but the Portuguese would have ports in the Philippines as long as the Portuguese Empire is intact with the Lesser Sunda. >Brazil remains to have only control of the lands in the East of the Tordesillas/Zaragosa line although later expansion...
  5. GameBawesome

    AHC: Form an alternate Dynasty/Royal Family/Nobility

    A thread based off the List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage, AH Royal/Imperial/Noble Titles Game and AHC: Form alternate/new ethnic groups of the world. There have been various royal or imperial dynasties and royal houses. Here, the challenge is to make your own dynasty/house...
  6. No Camels

    What if Camels never existed? How would the history of the middle east, north africa and central asia change?
  7. kasumigenx

    A different Spanish succession
    Threadmarks: Maniago revolt

    On 1661, Maniago, Almazan and Malong would have won against the Spanish with the help of the rest of the rest of the Natives of Northern Luzon forcing the Spanish to retreat South. The major factor that made Maniago’s victory possible was the continued vitality of the population that would...
  8. Is there a way to get the internet dominated by ''Localized Social Media Sites''?

    So, this question may sound weird but please hear me out. The Cartoon Network series "The Amazing World of Gumball" takes place in a fictional northern-Californian city named Elmore. Elmore has its own social media site known as "Elmore+" which, in terms of site design and function is basically...
  9. kasumigenx

    Alternate Native Americans

    From what I have researched there is an Austric component in Native American Ancestry represented by Haplogroup B which Amerinds have assimilated and absorbed, I think they are basically refugees from the flooding of the Continental Shelf of the China Sea area and their pushing by the...
  10. kasumigenx

    Fidalgo Upheld
    Threadmarks: An exploration made public

    The Portuguese exploration of Luzon in 1545 by Pero Fidalgo and the Knowledge of Tomi Pires about Luzon in 1512 would be known in Portugal during the reign of John III of Portugal and even established trading posts in Comintan which would cause the Spanish to be blocked from acquiring Luzon up...
  11. kasumigenx

    What if the Spanish cannot colonize Luzon due to its Portuguese discovery being a common knowledge?

    From what I have read there is actually a Portuguese exploration in Luzon prior to that of Legaspi by Pero Fidalgo, what if this becomes common knowledge in Portugal and Iberia, I think Spain would have likely kept Don Carlos alive. This would also mean that if Spain conquers Luzon in this...
  12. How advanced could human civilization have become without ''Beasts of Burden''?

    ''Beasts of Burden'' such as Donkey, Mules, Llama's, Camel's, Horses, and Oxen etc. have played a critical role in the development of human civilization. They have made significant contributions in farming and perhaps the biggest impact of Beasts of Burden is that they have allowed individual...
  13. kasumigenx

    Zapadoslavia
    Threadmarks: An advantageous annulment

    On 1306, Wenceslaus, the Prince of Poland and Bohemia, son of Wenceslaus II, the later Wenceslaus III would annul his marriage with Viola Elizabeth of Teschen who would end in a nunnery which would be like a death sentence to her and she would regret marrying Wenceslaus all her life and...
  14. kasumigenx

    H1N1 2011 Fukushima Labs
    Threadmarks: November 9, 2016 AD

    Man 1 It is November 9, 2016, we have another Female Senator from California named Kamala Harris and in the Philippines in Camarines Sur a female governor named Leni Gerona Robredo. Man 2 The new administration I hope a new breath of fresh air after the death of Obama due to H1N1 and the two...
  15. kasumigenx

    Death of the Mad Queen
    Threadmarks: Death of the Mad Queen

    Philip would arrive in Burgundy, he would remarry to Margaret of Brandenburg-Ansbach securing ties with the Hohenzollerns in Brandenburg. Philip would arrive in Burgundy only to find his own son, Charles, Archduke of Austria dead as well due to an illness leaving behind daughters in his own...
  16. LNER Thompson Class A2/4 Pacific.

    The London & North Eastern Railway Class A2/4 was a class of 4-6-2 steam locomotives designed for express passenger services by Edward Thompson in 1946 to operate on the East Coast Main Line. Only 2 locomotives were constructed and 8 were proposed following Edward Thompson's retirement as CME in...
  17. GWR 8900 'General' Class.

    (NOTE: THIS IS NOT A PROPOSED DESIGN FROM THE GWR, THIS IS A MADE UP DESIGN) The Great Western Railway's 8900 'General' Class was designed for heavy goods work by Frederick Hawksworth in 1941 at Swindon Works to run on various of the GWR Lines. The class was mostly used by the British Military...
  18. kasumigenx

    Different Spanish Empire
    Threadmarks: Early History of the Sultanate of Selurong/Sapa and the Colonization of Luzon by the Spanish

    On 1571 the Rajah Sulayman would agree with the Spanish which would have made the Spanish to be able to establish their own shops and rule in Manila but the Northern Half of Luzon will not be pacified by the Spanish and the people of there would help Limahong in his plans to seize Manila from...
  19. kasumigenx

    Ruthenian revival
    Threadmarks: A Royal marriage

    On 1295, a betrothal between the children of Yuri of Galicia and Wenceslaus of Bohemia, basically between Elizabeth of Bohemia[1] and Andrew of Galicia would happen, which would affect the future succession of the Kingdom of Bohemia, the marriage would cause a stir in the succession issues of...
  20. kasumigenx

    Philippines kicking the Spanish in the 16th century

    I was thinking what would be the consequences of the natives led Bruneian dynasty seizing the Spanish knowledge in military and armada and kicking the Spanish from the Philippines, this plot is the Tondo Conspiracy. IOTL This was something that is not much discussed about but in this case the...
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