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  1. Romanian-Hungarian and Serb-Hungarian population exchange after WWI

    What if somewhere after WWI (maybe after result of Trianon Threaty) Hungary and Romania agree or has been forced to exchange the popluation in such way: the Hungarians and Szeklers would be deported to Northern-Western teritories of OTL Romania (Oradea, Bihor, Salay, Satu Mare, Baia Mare) and...
  2. Greater Romanian Lebensraum

    Is it possible in a scenario that leaves all regional powers heavily destabilized (WW1 central power victory's like Kiser Reich are decent examples) for Romanian ultranationalist to successfully presue greater Romanian natural borders based off the kingdom of Dacia as a type of Romanian...
  3. FanofSansa

    Podul de Flori (The Bridge of Flowers) is the Romanian Fall of the Berlin Wall

    Bridge of Flowers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridge_of_Flowers_(event)#:~:text=The%20Bridge%20of%20Flowers%20(Romanian,Romania%20and%20the%20Moldavian%20SSR. I thought about a scenario in which Romania and Moldova would have united and this is it. On the 6th of May 1990, both Romanians and...
  4. AHC: Romanian Federal Republic

    The challenge is to make Romanian a federal state* under a parliamentary monarchy** after the Romanian Revolution.
  5. Is A Territorially Intact & Neutral Romania possible during WW2? Or just territorially intact after it?

    Can Romania survive intact after the WW2 and maybe end up neutral or pro-West after the war?
  6. WI:Isabel of Brazil, Queen Mother of Belgium

    Brainstorming to a timeline that I am planning: In our timeline, princess Isabel of Brazil has married the Count of Eu, but before that her father, Pedro II, considered marry his daughter with Prince Phillipe, son of Leopold I and brother of Leopold II. What if this happen? In view of the older...
  7. Corneliu Codreanu becomes the Leader of Romania in 1940, how does WWII unfolds?

    Want some food for thought for a TL in the making, Corneliu Codreanu survives his execution in 1938 and becomes the Căpitanul of Romania in 1940 instead of Antonescu. Codreanu was be a much more charismatic and extreme leader than Antonescu, but instead of going straight to the topic on how...
  8. WI: Soviet Union retaliates to Ceausescu execution

    It is December 1989 and Nicolae Ceausescu, the former Romanian leader, has just been captured by the new authorities. The authorities are planning a show trial and quick execution. Of course, Mikhail Gorbachev hates Nicolae Ceausescu and probably doesn't feel sorry for him personally. Let's say...
  9. WI: D'Esperey respects the Armistice of Villa Giusti, no Belgrade Agreement

    IOTL, the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy signed armistice with the Entente on the 3rd of November 1918 in Villa Giusti, Padua, which put an end to its participation in the conflict on the next day. Despite this, the commander of the Entente forces in Serbia, General Franchet d'Esperey continued his...
  10. WI: Russia annexes all of Moldavia in 1812

    According to this scenario, as a result of the 1812 Treaty of Bucharest, the Russian Empire annexes the Moldavian Principality in its entirety, and not just its Eastern half (which later became known as Bessarabia) as it did in our timeline...
  11. AHC: Slavicize Hungary and Romania

    Your challenge is to make it so that the cultures of Hungary and Romania are more Slavic than they are IOTL.
  12. DBWI: Nicolae Ceaușescu not lynched like Mussolini

    Today, 30 years ago in 1989 during the Anti-Communist revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe, Romania was the only one that took a violent turn. Nicolae and Elena tried to flee Bucharest on helicopter but were captured, lynched and killed by protesters in scenes that reminded those of...
  13. AHC: Latest date of divergence to keep Europeans more superstitious

    What do you think is the latest PoD, when most Europeans could be kept in believing in Vampires, Werewolves, Fairies, Witches, and Curses, especially in rural areas? For example, I've read that it was not uncommon in 18th century Romania and Bulgaria for people to still believe in Vampires and...
  14. WI: Poland accepts Romanian aid in September 1939?

    In thinking about ideas for a possible entry into Map of the Fortnight 204 I ended up not making, I learned that Romania had offered military assistance to Poland when the Germans invaded, citing its alliance with Poland. What if Poland accepted military support from Romania in 1939? Does it...
  15. AHC - Make "Modern Latin" the official language of Italy (and possibly Romania)

    How would it be possible that during the Risorgimento of the 19th century, the proponents of the social movement of Italian Unification are a bit more enthusiastic about the Ancient Roman Empire and decide to make a modernized form of Latin the official language of Italy, kinda like how 19th...
  16. GauchoBadger

    WI: Russian Moldavia?

    I'd like to start a discussion on a scenario, with a PoD anywhere between 1600 and 1848 (arguably the starting mark of Romanian nationalism), in which the Russian Empire manages to annex the region of Moldavia into its domains after conflicts with the Ottoman Empire. All lands shown in the map...
  17. Messalian

    WI: Romania expels the Transylvanian Hungarians at the end of WWI?

    The issue of Transylvania and the Hungarian population in the east was a burning issue since the end of the Crimean War in the 1850s and the formation of Romania as a nation. It served as a source of extreme tension from the end of WWI onwards, as Hungary wanted Transylvania returned, but the...
  18. WI/PC No independent Bulgaria, Ottoman frontier at the Balkan Mountains?

    I was looking at this map of the mountains of the eastern balkans: and I thought if it could be a stable frontier for the Ottoman Empire if the Russo-Turkish Was went different. They would still lost territory but russian troops wouldn't pass the Balkan Mountains into Eastern Rumelia so the...
  19. Romania doesn't change sides, could the Balkans escape comunism?

    The Focsani-Namoloasa-Braila(FNB) line was about 180km long and situated on the Siret river bank, beween the impassable Carpathian mountains and the Danube Delta so it couldn't be flanked. It had about 1600 concrete pillboxes, 1800 emplacements for AT guns and MGs, 80 km of AT ditches, 18m wide...
  20. Italian fascists opinion on Romania?

    What did the italians think about the eastern latin speakers? What place would they get in the italian impelialist vision? Small brother? Shield against the USSR? Integral part of the empire?
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