Idk if this is the right place to put this, though, but I'm not sure where else I could.
Lenisland.Leninton, perhaps? It has a bit of a ring to it, IMO.
I would suggest adding Gansu, Ningxia, and Shaanxi to the map. Possibly also areas in the south of China. I see no reason why former French Indochija, and it’s internal borders, is here. If you are going the tributary route, might as well include Burma and Thailand. Or do the route of what I read in an English version of a Chinese book, claiming that the Mongols were Sinaizied, and thus the Chinese had claim to having invaded Poland and all the lands up to it.
There is already a Lenin in New Jersey. Having more than one city named Lenin would be silly and confusing.Don't American cities just have the name? Austin isn't named Austinton, Houston has the -ton just because the original last name had it, etc.
Probably would just be "Lenin."
An Austrian-Dominated German EmpireNot for a TL (at least not one that I've written up yet), just playing around with this style. Any thoughts, feedback, or questions are welcome. If you want to see me develop this further, please let me know, though what worries me about expanding on this in say, a series of maps, is that I don't think I'll be able to make every map match the quality of this one.
Credit to @Yanranay and @Iserlohn for correcting the German on the map. Before anyone asks, East Prussia sticking out of the border would ruin the balance of the map, I tried.
The Bosniak Corridor
Made for the MotF 213: Völkerwanderung, the challenge being to 'make a map showing a group or people that has ended up in a very different place than OTL.'
The POD lies in the Treaty of Berlin following the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78, wherein rather than gain nominal control over Bosnia and Herzegovina Austria formally declares its intention to occupy and annex the region in light of the Herzegovina Uprising, for 'reasons of maintaining the southern frontier'. This effectively has the same result as IOTL, souring relations with their Balkan and Russian neighbours. However, it also creates the impetus for Croatian nationalism, and after much hand-wringing about a repeat of the Hungarian Uprising some thirty years earlier the Kingdom of Croatia is created at the expense of the Hungarians (Always a good thing so far as Vienna is concerned).
Predictably, the Croats copy the Magyarization policies of Budapest and this upsets a great deal of Muslim Bosniaks, who in turn emigrate en masse to the United States, the details of which are explicated upon in the above map. I hope you enjoy!
Note: This was originally going to be more complex with crosshatching and the like, but the SVG file corrupted, which is disappointing.