Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Drex, Aug 19, 2018.
Yes I moved Kaliningrad AND placed Prussia in the Baltic States instead of Germany. Fight me.
No reason to fight or declare war on you for this.
If you mean Reichskommissariat Ostland, I would give that a separate colour together with "far-right Baltics" and have Prussia labelled as "Stratocracy", too.
Maybe alongside the Monarchist and Republican Ukraine, have a color for the Ukrainian State/Hetmanate established by Germany in World War One.
Probably a bit late to suggest this, but what about a color for a Russia claiming to be the 3rd Rome, or one with more legitimacy to do so?
I guess from now on I'll post two boxes.
Two files per day you mean?
Lovely, but I would add a "theocratic Poland" separately from the far-right and Intermarium colours.
No, two sections per update.
No no no! Transylvania needs to be red... the colour of blood!
I suggest Principality of Nitra as an alternate for Slovakia
I think that you might have confused Upper and Lower Silesia.
Wrocław is in Lower Silesia and the only OTL part of Silesia that belongs to the Czechs (the Cieszyn area) is in Upper Silesia.
I would separate Illyria, @Drex , and make the new colour double for "French/Western European Balkans".
And in Greece, I would add "Italian Greece" to Rhodes and Dodecanese, and create a new colour (or make something else double) for Persian Greece.
@Drex , I did see too late that there already is a colour for Italian Greece.
Another suggestion would be a colour for a Salonika (Thessaloniki) city-state doubling for "Jewish Greece" or "Jewish Southern Europe" as there was some plan to settle (more?) European Jews in Thessaloniki.
Largest post in the whole scheme. Probably.
@Drex i think that you should change “Eskimo” to “Inuit”
Lovely, especially well done in my home nation of Germany, @Drex ! I would suggest making a separate colour for the GDR (or whould we use "Uralic Germany" here) and double up the Ruhr colour with "Syndicalist/ democratic communist Germany".
Also, there should be a colour for a technocratic Germany among the "all-German" colours.
It's unbelievable how fast you are making new sections <3.
Inuits are only a subgroup of the Eskimos. I know that some consider the term Eskimo to be derogatory but if Wikipedia can use it so can this color scheme.
I'll just put "Generic Eskimos", that will ease it a bit.
Separate names with a comma.