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

  1. Wolfram Fair to middlin'

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    For what it's worth, it doesn't look like he's been very active - he's posted, sure, but only a few posts every few weeks. He might just be busy.
     
  2. WhiteDragon25 Well-Known Member

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    That might be the case. Real life takes priority, after all.
     
  3. myygz Member

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    Russia united by Novgorod Republic in 1547
     
  4. AP246 Thousand Week Reich creator

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  5. JDuggan Well-Known Member

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    This comes from a Prime Ministers list post I made.

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    The United Kingdom Voting System referendum, also known as the AMS referendum and the PR referendum, took place on 12 May 2016 in the United Kingdom to ask the voters if the country should change the voting system to the Additional Member system (with 50% of seats being elected with the Alternate vote and the other half of MP's being elected with a compensatory manner with the the closed list system within each of regions) within general elections to the House of Commons, as the Senate is already elected using the Single Transferable Vote. The referendum was initiated by the Labour - Liberal Democrat coalition government, as part of the deal after the 2013 election. The referendum resulted in 50.8% of the eletorate being in favour of using the Additional Member System. Legally the referendum was binding, and the McGovern I cabinet implemented the provision to reform the electoral system on the 5 December 2017. The 2018 election was the first election which used the new system and resulted with the Labour, Liberal Democrats and Justice Party forming the next government, with Alison McGovern retaining the position of Prime Minister.

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  6. Gabzcervo Timeline raises FAQs

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    From Libertad y Honor (Liberty and Honor):
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  7. Wolfram Fair to middlin'

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    Guys, help, I have a paper due next week and I haven't started, what should I do?
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  8. Bookmark1995 Bookmark95 Reborn!

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    Does Texas ITTL become a German colony of sorts?
     
  9. Wolfram Fair to middlin'

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    Not quite. But there’s much more robust immigration, which means that the already-large Texasdeutsch population gets significantly larger. And when the Texian Revolution kicks off in the 1890s, Germans and their descendants are at the forefront, eventually ending up forming the Imperial Family.
     
  10. TrucKola Raccoon Emperor of Gaulish Brennusia

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    Sorry bro, I couldn't study. My dog ate my book.
     
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  11. Color-Copycat Well-Known Member

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    Battle of the Waterberg, Summer 1901. Heavy British columns converge on Pietersburg to occupy the last remaining provisional capital of the Zuid Afrikaanse Republiek, but the main flanking column is halted in the mountainous and broken terrain of the Waterberg by the burghers of the Marico Commando and surviving elements of the Transvaalse Staatsartillerie. The Waterberg Line is able to be held by Boer forces with a minimum commitment of manpower and materiel, allowing for a near total concentration of effort against the other British columns traveling by the direct railway route up from Pretoria.
     
  12. Danthefan28 Well-Known Member

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    A US Army Recruitment poster during the 2nd Korean War (2014-2017). Originally taken during a speech to US Soldiers about to be deployed, the poster depicts the then Vice President Howard Dean pointing to the audience of soldiers.
     
  13. JDuggan Well-Known Member

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  14. Allan Nonymous Compulsive Map Maker

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    Maltese assembly by partisan composition as of 1965:
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    Social (EF Malta): 10 seats (S-G)
    Progressive (EF Malta): 23 seats (P-G)
    Centrist (EF Malta): 24 seats (N-C)
    New Center (EF Italia): 3 seats (R-O)
    Maltese Christian: 7 seats (C-O)

    Maltese assembly by composition as of 1965:
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    Popular General: 25 seats (6S + 9P + 7N + 1R+ 2C)
    Popular Senate: 2 seats (1P + 1N)
    Tax Base Corporate: 4 seats (1P + 3N)
    Tax Base Individual: 6 seats (1S + 3N + 2C)
    Trade GCW: 1 seat (1S)
    Trades General: 19 seats (2S + 10P + 6N +1R)
    Interest UOC: 5 seats (2N + 3C)
    Interest Scientific: 2 seats (1R + 1N)
    Interests General: 3 seats (2P +1N)

    Districts of Malta by district leader party as of 1965:
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    Notes:
    Malta is the swing state of the EU, success in Malta begets success everywhere else. However, the Progressives generally do much better in Malta than anywhere else and the Social party tends to underperform. Malta holds the first elections in the EU election cycle making it an important barometer of the mood of the EU. Although this graphic only looks at the assembly elections, the results here also determine the apportionment of EU MTAs.
     
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  15. AP246 Thousand Week Reich creator

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  16. PopulistBean Rockefeller Republican

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  17. Analytical Engine Monarchist Collectivist Federalist

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    It's population is tiny. It's lucky to have separate representation at all.
     
  18. Planita13 Wishing for a Lake

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  19. AP246 Thousand Week Reich creator

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  20. Planita13 Wishing for a Lake

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    Another post for my Gran Lago timeline, where a massive lake in Southern California doesn't dry up and sticks around to the modern day (with some help). This time, political parties! The thread for this timeline can be found here.

    I've changed the RL politician pictures to random lawyers to help with people's immersion
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