Waiting for the update patiently. You are a very good writer. Anyways I had this foolish and insane idea that Napoleon II might marry Queen Victoria. I mean, he is eight years older than her, but maybe some diplomats wanted a Franco-British union( I know this idea has zero percent chance). Anyways I hope that u can send the update as soon as possible!
 
Waiting for the update patiently. You are a very good writer. Anyways I had this foolish and insane idea that Napoleon II might marry Queen Victoria. I mean, he is eight years older than her, but maybe some diplomats wanted a Franco-British union( I know this idea has zero percent chance). Anyways I hope that u can send the update as soon as possible!
Not happening. Most likely, Napoleon II was a Catholic marrying Protestant, so one of them has to convert. And also, no Frenchmen would accept being under British sovereignty, especially during an age of Nationalism
 
Waiting for the update patiently.
Its in the works. I'm just waiting to publish it after my finals end in a few weeks.

Anyways I had this foolish and insane idea that Napoleon II might marry Queen Victoria. I mean, he is eight years older than her, but maybe some diplomats wanted a Franco-British union( I know this idea has zero percent chance).
There might be some weird romanticized idea of a Franco-British Empire in some circles as this period. I'm thinking that for Britain the 19th Century would be called the Victorian Era while for France its the Second Napoleonic Age.

Most likely, Napoleon II was a Catholic marrying Protestant, so one of them has to convert.
Napoleon having a "superior" title of Emperor might insist that the other party convert instead.

And also, no Frenchmen would accept being under British rule
True. Though the Quebecois question does complicate the issue.
 
There might be some weird romanticized idea of a Franco-British Empire in some circles as this period. I'm thinking that for Britain the 19th Century would be called the Victorian Era while for France its the Second Napoleonic Age.

This Anglo-French union would definitely be a more prevalent Anglo concept than a French one, but I doubt it'd ever be a mainstream one.

Now I'm imagining this timeline's Victoria 2 being called Napoleon II 2.

Napoleon having a "superior" title of Emperor might insist that the other party convert instead.

Wasn't Victoria Queen-Empress, Queen of Great Britain and Empress of India, wouldn't the British emphasize her Indian title whenever they meet with other European Emperors to expose themselves as 'equals', unless Napoleon and Victoria are able to mend the split, I doubt either one would ever agree to convert.

True. Though the Quebecois question does complicate the issue.

Quebec was the most loyal part of Canada, well, to Britain they were, I doubt that they are going to try and rock the boat.
 
This Anglo-French union would definitely be a more prevalent Anglo concept
It would likely be revolving discussions about a scenario where England won the Hundred Years

Now I'm imagining this timeline's Victoria 2 being called Napoleon II 2.
I think it might be something a bit different as it would be published by a more French publisher in a vastly different world than ttl. Plus with every Emperor adopting the regnal name "Napoleon" in honor of Napoleon I, I don't think it would fit in protocol to so openly use the monarch's name for a consumer product. For a more modern example, in Japan, mentions of the throne, or the Emperor are considered taboo.

One thing I plan for this world is that it would be much more monarchical than otl which might mean that depending on the region/nation lese-majeste laws might still be in place/enforced for better or worse.

Quebec was the most loyal part of Canada, well, to Britain they were, I doubt that they are going to try and rock the boat.
True though Quebec isn't the only French speaking part of North America in the 19th Century.
 
I'm looking forward to your next update....
Glad you like it! The new update should be coming sometime today or in the next few days.

AND a TL involving England winning the HYW and an Anglo-French Union
I'm not sure if I'll write such a tl. Though that does seem interesting. I'm not really familiar with late Middle Ages England/France, so I'd have to do a lot of research for that.

*French Historians:Laughs in Louis the Lion
Its funny how close he was to conquering England.
 
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