Thanks! A great bit of advice, I'll make that change. Manchu Gurun sounds fitting.Lovely map, but may I suggest one more change you can make for this map? The name "Manjutudi", which I understand as the literal translation of the phrase "Manchurians' Land", actually sounds off in written Chinese, it would be better to reuse "Manchukuo" as taken during the period of Japanese overlordship IOTL, or probably not using Chinese at all and use the Manchurian words "Manchu Gurun".
Thank you, I wanted to mix it up a little from OTL but keep it recognisable and intelligible.A unique take on political positions. I like it!
Those borders aren't final but the general idea is they get pushed inland by mounting Spanish and east asian colonisation, suffering an East to West version of the West to East trail of tears that the Cherokee and others experienced OTL. Again though, I might shift them west a little as that's probably too far east to migrate.Also, why is are the Navajo in Oklahoma?
I touched on this briefly over in the Map Thread and its definitely something I'll elaborate on in the future. The general idea is that the Ottomans have a better time in the 18th and 19th centuries and more actively puruse a policy of integration and conversion in Europe. When the various revolutions of the 20th century roll around, the Empire crumbles and an anti-Ottoman, revolutionary Turkish republic rises up and takes control of Anatolia, declaring the Republic of Anadolu. After putting down a string of European nationalist revolutions, the Ottomans are actually able to cling on to their European holdings even as the east is lost to them. This leads to a rather ironic situation of a multi-ethnic and islamised Ottoman Empire in Europe with a fiercely anti-monarchist, nationalist turkish republic in Anatolia.Can I ask what’s going on with Rumelia and Anadolu?