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Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Glen, Mar 26, 2016.

  1. Major Crimson Filthy Socialist Donor

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    Final update from me at the minute I promise! I've never done this much art before and have an inherent need to show this off. The European Election TL can be found here.

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  2. JorgeGG Well-Known Member

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    For a timeline where the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland survives (OTL British Protectorate 1653–1659).

    The elected Head of state is called Lord Protector or Lady Protectres.

    Ceremonial and protocol dressing with detail of the personal insignia of the head of state

    Lady Protectres (left) or Lord Protector (right)

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  3. fashbasher Florida Man!

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    Posted on alternate Wikiboxes but I'm migrating it here.
     
  4. Turquoise Blue Dangerously Inconsistent Donor

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    Some logos from Crossroads of Destiny.

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    The last logos of the Progressive-Republicans (establishment-left) and Social Democrats (not-establishment-left), before they merged as Citizens' Alliance.

    The PRUSA used their mascot, a moose, while the SDP used the dove of peace and the torch of liberty.

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    Their opponent the Social Conservatives, dominated America so much the two had to merge to present an united alternative to Social Conservative rule.

    The Social Conservatives used one of their predecessor parties [Social Credit]'s mascot, a snake, as the "S" in "Social".

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    And here's the Citizens' Alliance logo. Pretty simple.
     
  5. ganno97 An Ard Ri Fior

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    soviet union passport..... lets ay they dont fall but open up borders

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  6. Indicus Raianus Indicorum

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    Soviet passports existed IOTL.

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  7. RJGFox Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if it qualifies as a graphic - but I just scanned in a letter that I've found in my grandfather's papers. I don't know what all this refers to but I'm pretty sure it's not real, so I guess I'm not the first person in my family into alternate history!

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  8. Vladislav Well-Known Member

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    This is an internal passport. USSR, like Russia and Ukraine now, had separate internal and foreign passports
     
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  9. Vladislav Well-Known Member

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  10. ganno97 An Ard Ri Fior

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    oooh cool from everything iv read i assumed they didnt exist thanks
     
  11. BelfastBrawler Also known as Pub Pal Pete

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    Hate me for doing this but i have to dump this.
    Well not really dump it. But i'm not sure where i should post this or even if can.
    I've recently decided to start doing stuff with Paint.net and i've made this fictional Record Cover.
    I need some opinions on it, to evaluate my skills.
    The album is supposed to belong to a genre best described as blend of Mello jazz and Psychedelic Rock, and it's supposed to be released in an alternate timeline where analogue data is still the way to go. The world is still stuck in late 70s-early 80s.
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  12. Pischinovski Old Pauperized Polish Nobility

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    Why would someone assume Soviet passports didn't exist? It's not like soviet citizens never left their country :confused:
     
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  13. Tsochar Well-Known Member

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    Why would anyone want to leave a socialist paradise unless they were traitors?
     
  14. PachPachis i want that saskatchewan sauce morty

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    What about foreign sports events or diplomatic functions, though?
     
  15. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    I thought people might be interested, so here's the title card for my latest vignette!
     
  16. CanerKoseler Member

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    A screenshot from alternate history version of history of japan video by bill wurtz.
     
  17. fashbasher Florida Man!

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    Tourism banner for a unified Guianas. The nauseatingly cute slogan reflects the large Arawak and Carib (indigenous) populations of the three Federal States as well as its location to the southeast of the Caribbean Islands, at the "beginning" relative to Brazil, Europe, and Asia. POD for their unification and greater development is an earlier independence led by a Gandhian solidarity movement among the large Indian populations of Guyana and Suriname, which gain independence in 1947 along with India. French Guiana follows in 1960 with France's many African countries - the federation forms as one country in 1972.
     
  18. O'Alexis 89 That French Guy

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    "There's really nothing they can do"
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    "Or maybe there's Something they can do!"
    *DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS*
     
  19. JorgeGG Well-Known Member

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    A poster inviting to vote from The National Electoral Commission

    From a timeline where the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland survives (OTL British Protectorate 1653–1659).

    The red ballot box is an official issued electoral material.

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  20. Iserlohn His Inquisitorialness

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    A few party emblems for a (semi-)pluralistic United States with a fairly early PoD (and it's very much inspired by a map I'm working on). All of these five parties are represented in at least one chamber of congress. Sorry that they aren't super imaginative.

    The first emblem (left in the top row) is for the Atlantic Party of America, a conservative liberal party that was founded primarily with the issue of ending American isolationism and increasing diplomatic and trade ties with the other nations on the Atlantic coasts. Ideologically think Rockefeller Republican. It is the third-biggest party and frequently tips the scales on battles in congress.

    The next emblem (middle in the top row) is the Republican Party, the successor to the Democratic-Republican Party. It's conservative, isolationist, and has a significant libertarian faction. Together with the Farmer-Labor Party it's one of the two big parties.

    The last emblem in the top row is the aforementioned Farmer-Labor Party. It's a democratic socialist party with an emerging green politics wing and is divided on the issue of foreign policy but tends to be very skeptical of trade deals.

    The fourth party is the Popular Party of Cuba, a separatist party that advocates for, big surprise, Cuban interests in general and partially Cuban independence. It's rather center-left but also has a "pure" centrist faction. Also has a chapter in Florida to represent the interests of Cubans (and Spaniards) living there. [Oh and in case you wanted to ask: yes, I drew that Cuban trogon on the logo myself.]

    Last but not least is the Free Texas Party, which is a Texan nationalist party. It often aligns itself with the Republican Party in terms of economic and social issues but the strong Texan identity ensures the party's survival. While primarily active in Texas it also has chapters in Oklahoma and Comancheria.