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

  1. Vladislav Well-Known Member

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    100 Soviet Rubles with Taras Shevchenko

    IOTL in the last months of the USSR, there were projects of refusing to place Lenin on money and replace it with cultural figures of the republics. Here is what the head of the USSR State Bank Gerashchenko says:
    "At that time, we had plans for issuing new bills with portraits of writers or military leaders representing different republics. In order to strengthen the Union. They would have placed Shevchenko and Khmelnitsky in addition to Pushkin and Suvorov. So that cash would support the unity of the country."

    Minister of Finance, and then Prime Minister of the USSR Pavlov:
    "At the first, preliminary stage of development and creation of money, we worked on the idea of drawings on banknotes. They used two directions: historical and literature. In other words, they decided to draw portraits of Pushkin, Tchaikovsky, Shevchenko, Nizami, Rustaveli and all of honored national historical events. This question has always caused difficulties, because it was necessary to observe national equality. "
     
  2. Danthefan28 Well-Known Member

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    Something from a story I'm working on
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    There may be more to come...
     
  3. Gabzcervo Timeline raises FAQs

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  4. Danthefan28 Well-Known Member

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    Heres something from a story/project I'm working on. Might be in the Shared Worlds...
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  5. Tethys00 Dirty fucking SocDem Donor

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  6. Danthefan28 Well-Known Member

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  7. Tethys00 Dirty fucking SocDem Donor

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    I assume you mean the black dome in the city, which isn't and explosion.

    This is the picture I referenced when making this. That is what appears to be some sort of stadium (IDK what it actually is) and it isn't an explosion.
     
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  8. Danthefan28 Well-Known Member

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    I meant the giant white space... Still looks pretty good.
     
  9. Tethys00 Dirty fucking SocDem Donor

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    OOH ok, this was made in the space you see in the corners of worlda maps. This is supposed to replace those since they are usually black which is unappealing.
     
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  10. JDuggan Well-Known Member

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  11. Gabzcervo Timeline raises FAQs

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  12. Thomas27 Kerala of Travancore

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    A political poster during election in 1939, created by Confederation of Labour Union(労働総同盟), in memory of pioneer of Japanese communism and anarchism, Kōtoku Shūsui(幸德秋水).
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  14. Major Crimson Filthy Socialist

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    Who likes government flow charts? An alt-US Gov proposal I mocked up for the game Creation of a Nation. This is effectively what I would have proposed and takes some hints from many plans of OTL, including the Hamiltonian one, and the French/Roman Triumvirates. I also wanted to break the Presidential/Parliamentary dichotomy so ended up with this thing.


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  15. X_Eaglefrost_X Well-Known Member

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    "The President appoints the Chancellor though, seems like the Governor wouldn't have much say in it.
     
  16. Initium Sapientiæ Timor Scotorum

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    "Commands the confidence of" to me means the same thing as "requires the confidence of". Am I wrong? What else would that mean? So surely the arrow should be going the other way, in that what's really going on is that the Citizens' Chamber gives its confidence *to* the Chancellor; it is the Chancellor who relies on the support of the Citizens' Chamber, not vice versa.
     
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  18. Bookmark1995 Bookmark95 Reborn!

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    Oh. I get it! M.T.V.!

    HAHAHAHAHAHA
     
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  19. AP246 Thousand Week Reich creator

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    Full thread here: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/thousand-week-reich-a-realistic-nazi-victory-scenario.444582

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    Henderson's 'Stalin - Russia's False Hero' is one of many works to bring renewed attention to the failure of the Soviet Union and its leadership as one of the causes of Nazi rule over Europe.

    Charting the rise and fall of the Soviet dictator, there is brief mention of Stalin's own crimes, such as evidence deliberate mass starvation reminiscent, but on a much smaller scale, of the Nazi hunger plan that was to come, but more emphasis is placed on his preparations for war, and their flaws. Henderson paints a picture of an initially effective, dictatorial leader, whose industrialisation programs in the form of the 5 Year Plans were well reasoned, but that grew more paranoid through his time in power, becoming ineffective and almost mad when the time came to defend against Nazi invasion.

    Strong criticism is laid at two main actions - the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and the purges in the military. The first, Henderson reasons, gave Hitler adequate time and ability to win the war against France and knock Britain out of the war, leaving the Soviet Union entirely alone in the inevitable final showdown. The latter also eroded the Soviet ability to fight against the Nazi onslaught. Combined, these two factors are seen as being a huge failure on the part of Stalin, especially in comparison to his early industrialisation and armament programs, and it is argued that "perhaps Stalin's failures condemned 100 million of his people and those of other nations to death at the hands of the Nazi state over the next two decades".

    "Stalin - Russia's False Hero" is an international bestseller, and its interpretation of Stalin's rule is one generally shared among other historians, though as with all historical works, it has its critics.
     
  20. X_Eaglefrost_X Well-Known Member

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    Pixel art of the Brandenburg Gate (duh) for a map I'm making.