Map Thread XVIII

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by FesteringSpore, Jul 28, 2018.

  1. TrucKola Raccoon Emperor of Gaulish Brennusia

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    Is Mexico the France of North America? What happened with the other four republics? I only recall three(?) republics along with one provisional government that was democratic OTL.
     
  2. mikroraptor Well-Known Member

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    A quick map of Europe under the Roosevelt partition plan I did a while back
     
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  3. Historyman 14 Well-Known Member

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    Poor Germany: So far from God, and so near FDR.
     
  4. mikroraptor Well-Known Member

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    And here is Europe with Churchill's partition.

    I shudder to imagine the borders if the north and south reunited.
     
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  5. Historyman 14 Well-Known Member

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    I always found this one most fascinating. It would be most interesting to try and explore that kind of Post-War Europe.

    Might it even be a Kingdom rule by the Hapsburg?
     
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  6. mikroraptor Well-Known Member

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    I am not sure It is possible, I suppose.
    Also, what would the Iron Curtain look like?
     
  7. Clandango Disestablishmentarianist

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    Unlikely. The Yugoslavs and Czechoslovaks were ready and raring to invade when a Habsburg tried tot ale the throne in HUngary. The Czechoslovaks even tried making the Hungarians pay for the mobilization, just because some German came to try and take over Hungary.
     
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    It's unlikely too, but I was just throwing out the idea.
     
  9. Mr_Fanboy Well-Known Member

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    The government of Czechoslovakia might become rather nervous...
     
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  10. xmoose Well-Known Member

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    I am fan of Habsburgs, Danubian monarchy and Winston Churchill, yet these borders I am founding total gore :D
    Czechoslovak opinion against H. was really, really baaad. On the other hand, thats not problem after ww2. Stalins opinion on the other hand (ok, is it truth that there are other things which would make him really furious at that map...)
     
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  11. Tomislav Addai Well-Known Member

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    Hungary and Bavaria united WTH? Looks like Churchill was a total diletant.
     
  12. Etruscan-enthusiast35 Human until proven guilty

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    Taking a break from the fantasy world to show off something I've been working on for the last hour or two.
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    top left is population, top right is ethnicity. bottom left is religion, and bottom right will be political ideology.
     
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  13. Gokbay Well-Known Member, apparently huh...

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    What is this a map of? I can't recognize the shape.
     
  14. Etruscan-enthusiast35 Human until proven guilty

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    It's mainly southern Poland with bits of Ukraine, Slovakia, and little border areas of Czechia and Hungary.
     
  15. Gokbay Well-Known Member, apparently huh...

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    Ah roughly Galicia then. Yes I thought that the shape was similar. But it was still different from all the other maps with galician borders so I didn't want to assume.
     
  16. Etruscan-enthusiast35 Human until proven guilty

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    Honestly I didn't even notice that at first.
     
  17. TrucKola Raccoon Emperor of Gaulish Brennusia

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    Well, we already have UFOs *cough* The New Colossus *cough*

    But, it would be awesome to see the Blackskovitz twins reek havoc in Antarctica, but in '80s style! *pew pew pew*
     
  18. Greenealogist Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if this is the right thread but I couldn't find one explicitly for transit maps. Some (incredibly soft) AH from a world where, amongst many other things, cars never caught on beyond being luxury items.

    Since their establishment by the Rationalist government in the 1920s, the Metropolitan Transport Authorities have been the bedrock of local transportation in the Kingdom of England. Plymouth MTA has one of the best reputations for urban and suburban rail in the country, with over 95% satisfaction rates. Shown below is the map of ironway services Plymouth MTA operates in and around the city. As is universal outside of Wales, the ironway infrastructure is entirely owned by the English Ironway Connexion, as are the major stations, but most of the stations are owned by the authority, as is the rolling stock, stabled primarily at the Blagdon Depot. Most recently, in 2014, the city took over the peak-only stopping service from Ivybridge to Plymouth Friary, and expanded it into a cross-city line running to St Germans. This also allowed them to take complete control of Plymouth Friary station, as now only very occasional EIC-operated trains make use of it, generally if a diversion from Central was required for any reason. There is not very much room for future expansion of the network, although there have been suggestions of stations at Sparkwell and Sandacre Bay should prospective housing developments come to fruition. With approaching thirty million journeys a year, Plymouth MTA Ironways has the third-highest ridership in the South-West, and these figures are on course to continue growing as the city expands further as part of its role as a relief port for overloaded Southampton.
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  19. SaveAtlacamani Zapatist-Arturoist Donor

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    Wouldn't North Germany be a Soviet satellite (or at least a communist state, e.g. under Ernst Torgler)?
     
  20. Beta.003 An Average Nerd

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    Nope. No plans AFAIK