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When was the war with Oregon and Mormons during the Cold War? And when was the Rockies rebellion? What other insurgencies and wars occurred in North America?
I am planning an update talking about Oregon and the Mormons there where I can go deeper on the matter, but in general every few decades or so there's at least some mess involving the two. The Third Uprising occured in the middle of WWII, and the Fourth as in the 70s, the Fifth (the most recent) started in the middle 2010s and is now mostly a simmering pot of skirmishes and lowkey insurrectionism.When was the war with Oregon and Mormons during the Cold War? And when was the Rockies rebellion? What other insurgencies and wars occurred in North America?
Basically what I said above in relation to civil unrest during the Cold War, with it in general being a lowkey version of the Years of Lead or the Troubles (with a dash of guerilla fights here and there) and involving all sorts of political non-conformists, revolutionaries and freedom fighters as the government moved from a not perfect but still fine democracy (if with a somewhat intrusive government) into a hardline single party dictatorship. Terrorism only happened in the early years of the USSA when the country was still trying to gain its footing and the government still had to deal with resistance against social and racial equalityAlso what was civil unrest and terrorism like in the USSA during the Cold War before the present day? Before it was under control
That is a good question that i hadn't yet really put though it, so thanks for the motivation.Who is current youngest reigning monarch?
Well, the Rain Queens exist since the early 1800s as rulers of the Lobedu People and have a solely-matrilineal succession, which was carried over when they became the rulers of Mpumalanga/the Transvaal.Are there any other countires that had long periods of female monarchs?
I do have plans to return to it (in special since I ended up making a "rewrite" on timeline with a major help/influence from @KellanSullivan), I haven't done that yet due to being focused on other ideas but I'm not abandoning it by any chance (I'm actually thinking of making it into a thread at some point in time to make it easier to manage)Also I know this is not related to the timeline but are there going to be more updates for the Edward VI lives longer graphic timeline? I find it really interesting, as much as this.
I think I will go with option five.Hi everyone who reads this, so, at the moment I'm finishing an update on the Imperial Kingdoms and am doing the three that follow them on the list (Prince of Wales, Judy Dench, and Tolkie & Churchill) and am with a bit of ideas running on my head that developed recently and that I'm curious to see which one would have more interest for you to read after I finish those. The ideas are:
1. A large post on the USSA, its government, and its breakup (which would be about the TL's in-universe future)
2. The La Llorona Virus, its spread and its effects together with WWII on the population, history and cultures of North America
3. A Song of Iron and Blood (which is probably a placeholder name) by Jorge Rodrigo Ramirez Martíns
4. What is the current state of Antarctica (and what is the Eternal State of Agartha)
5. Animal Species (well, subspecies) that have appeared/developed in the world as an effect of the TL
also, once again sorry for the hiatus (I always say to myself it won't happen and I still end up not adding anything to this for over a month), I'm in a bit of a Tolkien and ASOIAF mood recently (in part due to the maps by @Daedalus, but I had some projects on the backburner that I'm finally working through) and was beforehand on a Star Wars binge and ended up starting/restarting some works based around them and ended up losing my focus here.
Hmmmm, I wonder if any people nowadays argue that the Dukes of Merioneth and Methven should in fact be on the throne, as Arthur would surely have married his partner had it been legally allowed.Sorry for the month and a half of radio silence on this TL, as a sort-of-compensation, here's my last update based on the ideas of the pride month and bellow it will be one following the "list" of updates I had on page 4
THE FAIRY PRINCE, ARTHUR OF WALES
Some people probably do, and in the past it was a bit more mainstream (in the times of WWI there was even a planned coup by people who wished for the duke to be made emperor, his younger brother was actually the one to "infiltrate" and dismantle it), but Prince Arthur's open disinterest for inheriting the throne and his descendants similar stance (besides the changes of the laws of sucession later on) makes it about as popular as arguing in favor of the Jacobites in OTL modern timesHmmmm, I wonder if any people nowadays argue that the Dukes of Merioneth and Methven should in fact be on the throne, as Arthur would surely have married his partner had it been legally allowed.
(Although, thinking about it marriage might have technically been allowed given Daniel would have presumably been unable to change his legal gender– though it surely wouldn’t have been approved of)
No, although ITTL she reigned from 1952 to 1984, Juliana abdicated due to both a desire to "retire" and wishing to pass the main royal duties to her eldest daughter, who at the time was the only one of her daughters not to already be the a monarch. If she had remained on the throne until her death, in 2011, then she would probably have needed a regent, since she started showing signs of dementia in the late 1990s, even if it was a gradual onsetDid Juliana of the Netherlands had a regency in her later reign?
Dowager Princess Marie Louise of Orange, the commenting on her was a reference to real-life history, as she was (besides being the most recent ancestor to all currently-reigning Europan monarchs) the regent firstly to her son, William IV of Orange, from 1711 to 1730, and then to her grandson, William V, from 1759 until her death in 1765Where was Marie Louise Dowager Princess of?
Theodora Alexandrovna of Pontus is the half-niece of Philip I of Pontus, her father, Prince Alexander, was the illegitimate son of the Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, whom Andrew legitimized after becoming the Pontic monarch. As she was her father's only child and he died during WWII neither him nor her appear on the line of succession to the Pontic throneHow is Princess Theodora Alexandrovna of Pontus related to the rest of the Pontus Royal Family?
Azerbaijan is the only one that I can say from the top of my head, with Macedonia and Adakale being some that I'm not 100% sure but are a maybeAre there any European monarchies that not have their rulers descended from Victoria?
Yes, the highest ranked member of the Japanese Imperial Family to marry a descendant of Victoria was Shigeko, Princess Teru, daughter of Emperor Showa, who married the heir apparent of Oregon, Michael, Prince of Vancouver, she didn't become Queen consort of Oregon though, since her husband died only two years before his motherDid any member of the Japanese Imperial Family marry a descendent of Victoria?
Well, for this one I had to actually see who was the claimant at the mid-to-late 1890s and then do a bit of thinking, since I hadn't yet theorized about this, ITTL the jacobite claimant line goes this way (including those pre-POD since I'd feel weird just listing the ones after 1840):Who is the current Jacobite claimant?
George VII became King jure uxoris of Bengal, his wife, Elizabeth III, the Queen suo jure, made him her co-monarchWhy did George VII become King of Bengal if they already have their monarchy?