Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Glen, Mar 26, 2016.
We have a Coat of Arms thread?
Yep. It's here.
BBC; Turtelboom retires as leader of the Liberal Party
John McCain III
Provincial Governor Alec Baldwin
Flemish Socialist Party leadership election, 2017
Another excellent webpage, Bryan! So in this timeline, how many of the hundreds of HRE members ended up becoming independent states? Definitely more than in OTL.
On a different note, crossposting this chart I made showcasing the fictional ideologies from my scenario called Honor and Respect.
Little sneak peak at the newest timeline I have up my sleeve, which will be similar to Brandenburg but so much better.
Neither of these little articles are that important, nor really connected to the POD by any reasonable measure, but I didn't want to spoil everything just yet!
Thank you! In the period between 1810 en 1910 the HRE enacted several reorganisations of the territory either by secularisation, mediatisation or both before eventually being replaced by the Middle European Union after a failed attempt to form the German Empire in the 1940s. Nowadays former Her members of the MEU are:
the Archduchy of Austria
the United Kingdom of Prussia-Brandenburg
the Kingdom of Bavaria
the Kingdom of Burgundy
the Kingdom of Hannover
the Kingdom of Saxony
the United Belgian Duchies
the Federation of the Rhine
the Grand Duchy of Alemannia
the Republic of the Champagne (formerly an Imperial territory)
the Duchy of Lorraine
the Duchy of Württemberg
the Duchy of Alsace
the Duchy of Holstein
the Duchy of Friesland
the County of Oldenburg
the County of Baden
the County of Breisgau
the Principality of Bar
the Hanseatic Cities
the Free City of Heidelberg
Okay as much as I agree that the post didn't really have a place in the thread (a single tweet doesn't really count as a graphic, sure), but HOW is this political, let alone current politics? Lennon was on the peace pipe in his time, but it's not like he's running for office. Is it Rogan?, is he the political one in this scenario?
I need a map of that Europe, now
Spoiler Alert, France got screwed.... like a lot!! Hell, chances are significant that you're not French ITTL
I like that. I need more timeline with a broken up France, it’s too monolithic in most timelines.
Considering my origins any POD before the mid 20th century would result in me not being French
The only party worth voting for.
I was just looking at all the OTL Australian political parties last night and I'm so amazed by how upfront the names of minor parties are. Shooters, Fishers & Farmers, X politicians personal political apparatus the party
Brandenburg was great, so I'm really excited to see what you have in store this time! This particular article seems to focus on a Canadian Republic of some kind, so I'll go out on a limb and say that this timeline is focused on said Canadian Republic, or at least Canada is moderately significant ITTL.
It is oddly characteristic to Australia, I’m not sure I can think of any other country that literally has parties named after their leaders, and so prolifically too. Palmer, Lambie, Xenophon, Katter, Hanson, Hinch. I think there may be more, God knows why ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
Perhaps not the most significant, but I wanted to use an actual website for a couple articles, and the CBC was the first one to pop to mind, other than maybe the BBC but I wanted it to be more North American-centric.
Yeah, my hopes are that this new timeline will be considerably more thought out than Brandenburg was, so that there's more consistency between entries.
That's very interesting. Do you have the base file, i.e. those arrows without the ideologies ascribed on top anywhere?
Politics are a droll business in Tuinstria.
Tasmania, unlike much of Australia, has largely interchangeable center-left and center-right parties. There are logotypical policy differences but those come with the territory of calling yourself a Liberal or Labour Party rather than, in my bucolic opinion, a desperate ideological division between Tasmanian voters. 'Tis a swing state for that reason. So here I've taken that to its logical conclusion and combined the two into one lethargic centrist monster, with a few more radical parties nibbling at its edges. And also a clear Jacqui Lambie equivalent for the giggles.
This is brilliant, but I'm bothered by the Green Party's logo being yellow. Is there a reason?
Well, this is the OTL Tasmanian Greens logo. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
Was the green colour they were going to print their signs with not environmentally friendly enough?
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