as I said before great map, I have some criticisms/suggestions for the map and I would like to hear not only your opinion but that of the rest of the group about them.the map is set in the 20th century and as you can see it is not finished
Florida is currently a very autonomous dominion and has a good chance of joining the US or becoming independent, for French Guiana it's for simplicity's sake I had thought of a status quo, otherwise for the rest of America I pretty much agree. I'm not sure if I'm right about the rest of the Americas, but I'm pretty sure I'm right about the rest of the world, and I'm not sure if I'm right about the rest of the world. On the map Tunisia is French, Italy is a confederation led by the kingdom of Italy which has a Bonaparte and therefore Paris was against the fact of seeing Italy come to Africa, for the East Indies... it's complicated theoretically it's always the government in exile of the kingdom of the Netherlands which leads, but England decided to integrate them into the Commonwealth, for Korea it happened following the massacre of Christians that France made it a protectorateas I said before great map, I have some criticisms/suggestions for the map and I would like to hear not only your opinion but that of the rest of the group about them.
Poland has been partitioned again it seems, I'm surprised the Russians didn't take GaliciaIt looks as if Poland lost its part of Silesia and a significant part of Greater Poland to Austria and most of Pomerania to Danzig with some small compensation in the east (Białystok).
For Libya it is because France maintains good relations with the Ottomans (allies against Russia) and that they did not want to sell it to Algeria and Tunisia, and as you can see on the map Egypt is a condominium.I'm surprised that france didn't take libya, as i said spanish america will hardly become a domain it's likely they will declare themselves independent.
Apart from that, there are colonies in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa that I doubt France can have. Considering that france already has iberia, a mega france and italy.
even though spain was not invaded by france it is still a half dead nation. It will need some 50/70 years of renovation/reforms and recovery to get on the right track. fight to keep the colonies does not help the nation in decay. The ideal for spain would be to keep cuba and islands in the caribbean, reform and then advance in the morocco region
yes, it would be just to understand the thought behindFor Libya it is because France maintains good relations with the Ottomans (allies against Russia) and that they did not want to sell it to Algeria and Tunisia, and as you can see on the map Egypt is a condominium.
Above all, don't forget that three quarters of the map is just speculation based on my own judgement (I have failed to partition China)
A condominium is, in public international law, a territory over which several sovereign states exercise joint sovereignty by formal agreement. So yes, that's about ityes, it would be just to understand the thought behind
how does the codominium work something similar to the egypt of the british?
Just a question: does this imply that the sicilian bourbons renounce their claim on Naples? OTL both Sicily and Naples (whose formal name was Two Sicilies BTW) continued to claim each other territories quite stubbornly.Britain would also deliver the acquiescence of Sicily and Sardinia to the conventions of Aix
It also means that Nappy has potential Indian allies in the Maratha Confederacy and Kingdom of Nepal (which may not be at war with the EIC due to the chaos in Europe). If the Confederacy can centralize and actively get the sub rulers of it's fiefdoms to co-operate with each other, then France has an Indian ally that can realistically threaten all of British IndiaHonestly, it's the better peace Napoleon could've realistically asked for, he gets indemnities, a Britain who has its navy weakened and diminished which allows him to build his own to counter theirs (they did have the world's second largest navy after Britain before the revolution), a route to India so he can secure and rebuild French presence on the subcontinent (faster and more efficient to Britain's because they'll be stronger) and have the diplomatic coup of having defeated the whole of Europe.
This was an excellent conclusion to the peace negotiations! I'm interested to see how France, its allies, and its enemies will develop in this new postwar reality. I made a quick WorldA map of the world in 1814, so if anyone notices any particularly glaring errors, please do point them out—it's been awhile since I've read the earlier updates.
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