Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Hindustani Person, Aug 17, 2019.
I actually really like this list of Presidents
I also quite like the list. What do you think of making Stürmer or Perez an American Nature candidate, though? And maybe adding a Socialist presidency after Christensen along the line (maybe Delgado/Simon)?
I already made one but ok
Btw the Volgograd coup should be called the Tsaritsyn coup since the whites would have kept its OG name
So these are where OTL’s Nazi idiots are ITTL
Adolf Hitler- A renowned engineer famous for his ‘Volkswagen’ car. More controversially, a raging anti-Semite. Had good ties with the USA’s Ford for this reason.
Hermann Von Göring- Leader of the German Air Force
Neurath and Ribbentrop- Neurath is the governor of Singapur and Ribbentrop is a German diplomat in Russia
Wilhelm Frick- Leader of the Bavarian police force
Heinrich Himmler- German farmer and businessman who created new farming techniques and founded a large food company still dominant today
Walter Funk- Founder of the ‘Prussische Verband’ along with Prince Otto Von Bismarck (not the guy who unified Germany but his grandson). The Verband eventually split after his death, between the Bismarcks and the supporters of Funk, the latter of whom make up the modern day NKP.
Joseph Goebbels- Catholic priest and prolific author. He’s like a German, anti-Semitic, Catholic version of CS Lewis, and his books are still very popular today among conservative catholics.
Albert Speer- An architect who oversaw the construction of several buildings and bezirks in Mitteleuropa.
Ernst Röhm- Died of Spanish flu
Hjalmar Stacht- Reich minister of the economy under Eduard Dingeldey’s government
Alfred Von Rosenberg- A statesman in the United Baltic Duchy who served as Chancellor for exactly two years before his impeachment by local nationalist groups
What do you think?
Alliance map, circa 1942 (revised)
The Treaty of Durban
Shortly after the British surrendered to the German Empire in February 1919, the colonial powers met in Durban, South Africa, to discuss the future of the Dark Continent. It was agreed that-
British East Africa, Southern Rhodesia, Uganda, and Mozambique, which had been seized by Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck, were to be handed over to Germany, under the conditions that all British and Portuguese citizens were allowed to retain their citizenship and were protected from attacks by Askari and the imposition of the German language
British possessions in West Africa would remain British
Belgium, which was under German occupation, would have to cede the Congo, and because France was undergoing a Civil War, the French government was forced to sell the Ivory Coast, Niger, Dahomey, Upper Volta, and French Sudan in exchange for arms money
The Ethiopian Empire would gain British Somaliland, Djibouti and Eritrea, from Britain, and war-torn France and Italy, respectively
Somali kings would be granted sovereignty
South Africa would be freed from British rule as its rebellion could not be crushed, but Bechuanaldm would serve as a condominium with Britain
...What is this?
Honestly, I don't like this list.
What do you think of mine?
It's fine, I guess. Dunno about Libertarian Bill Clinton though.
I changed it to Ross Perot.
I am not really sure about the plausibility of this.
I fell each invidual point could be justified, but all together it feels like a bit much for the Germans to get. They already have North Rhodesia.
Fair point, it can go back to the Brits
Also do you think the Proactivist party could’ve started as a jingoistic veterans’ association?
What is so implaubile about the Treaty of Durban? I really don't understand that, @Ferd42
That is a very good idea.
The Scale of Deafet it implies. I am not sure why or how the Germans manage to take over all of Africa.
I’ve started working on a full map of Europe in 1921! It will be followed by a map of Africa and possibly India if anyone is interested
I'd love to see a map of India! I tried to make one a while ago, but i'd much rather see your version
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