Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Beedok, Dec 7, 2014.
Ptolemaic Egypt was a Greek dominated state but we still give it the Egyptian color.
Greeks and Egyptians were neighbours. The Dutch and Indonesians are not. Add to that the number of independent Indonesian states (I'm sure if half of the Nile valley was ruled by a native state we wouldn't give Ptolemaic Egypt the Egyptian colour) and it's even stronger to me that they shouldn't be coloured as locals.
Do they though? The Cape is mentioned as having been part of the "informal Meridian empire", as is Batavia, while Siam (and indeed, part of the start of the Pandoric War) is a question what that state's relationship with the Hermandad is. With Batavia and the Cape, it's crystal clear, they are members with the same level of integration as the South American members.
This is a bump and late, but I have a standardized map of the world of LTTW in 1901
Coolness, but I'm not 100% sure of the colouring for Yemen.
Supposed to be a protectorate of Denmark, but yeah, I see what you mean
Maybe give it the Yemen colour outline, and Scandinavian colour infill?
Why are Bengal and Burma different shades of red?
I'm also pretty sue you've made a few mistakes:
The Mauré and eastern New Holland are the same colour, the Balearics are supposed to be owned by the Catalonia and, since you've shown Societist outbreaks on Mindanao, there should be Societist outbreaks in parts of Java and western New Guinea.
I hadn't realized Bengal was independent, but you're right on that one
As you are with New Holland. I was under the false assumption Autiaraux had annex them.
The official map shows the Balearics under control of the Tyyrenhian Union.
I wasn't aware of societist outbreaks in the former Batavian Republic. The map doesn't show them.
I'll make the fixes later today
And that map is wrong. I think I even pointed out that mistake when the first map was posted. It was there in the pre-Pandoric War map and was kept incorrectly in the post-war maps.
Zoom in. You'll see black/dark grey spots. The same as on Mindanao.
Has anyone noted following? Independent Guinea. Independent Bengal. Texas as independent.
Also, Ottoman Sennar, Darfur
The Australian borders make me cry
The maps from early in this thread (e.g. page 3) are not dated. What years do they correspond to (and in particular which is closest to 1800)?
I'm a bit doubtful that the hole in Africa remains unchanged during the war, local administrations should have opportunities in a number of places to expand with little native ability to resist. And shouldn't there be some states in the South Congo/Zambia area? OTL there were some...
Also, Russian Sheremetevsk is missing.
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