Map Thread XVIII

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

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  1. snerfuplz Liveral Fascist

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    A fun little map depicting the Confederation of the Rhine and Danube which was proposed during the Paris Peace Conference on May 23, 1919 by Dr. Georg Hime (not sure if I spelled his name right), a Bavarian nationalist. He proposed this in response from what he saw as the socialistic north and this confederation would be a conservative Catholic bulwark. According to him, which means heavily biased, the German states with separatist tendencies in 1919 were Oldenburg, Hanover to the Weser, Wuttenberg, Baden, Hesse-Nassu, Bremen, Westphalia, the Rhine province, and Bavaria. I left Posen, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, the Sudetenland, and the internal borders untouched which would be unlikely if this confederation were ever implemented. Tyrol is kept in German control as the Italians were rewarded Fiume instead

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    Shout out to the When Diplomacy Fails podcast for uncovering this proposal.
     
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  2. KolyenuKS not a farmer I think

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    Map of The Empire of Kemet and it's puppet Illyria at it's height in the year 50 ad, before the invasion of Hispanolia
     

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  3. Fox-Fire I've jumped into the fire.

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    I love some ancient Egyptian empires. Just a tiny critique, you haven't removed the date on the top corner where it says it's the treaty of Westphalia.
     
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  5. B_Munro Member

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    Some slightly suspiciously OTL borders there in the African territories. :p
     
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  6. PopulistBean Rockefeller Republican

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    ALTERNATE STATES 2.png
    1. Washington
    2. Oregon
    3. Nevada
    4. Jackson
    5. Montana
    6. Idaho
    7. Deseret
    8. Arizona
    9. North Dakota
    10. South Dakota
    11. Absaroka
    12. Colorado
    13. Clemens
    14. Nebraska
    15. Kansas
    16. Lanuria
    17. Sequoyah*
    18. Crockett
    19. Houston
    20. Minnesota
    21. Iowa
    22. Missouri
    23. Arkansas
    24. Louisiana
    25. Wisconsin
    26. Illinois
    27. Kentucky
    28. Tennessee
    29. Mississipi
    30. Alabama
    31. Michigan
    32. Indiana
    33. Ohio
    34. Virginia
    35. North Carolina
    36. South Carolina
    37. Georgia
    38. Florida
    39. New York
    40. Pennsylvania
    41. Maryland
    42. Delaware
    43. New Jersey
    44. Connecticut
    45. Rhode Island

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    *=Sequoyah is the only state with a Native American population over 1%. Also, the population would be protected there by President Robert E. Lee and his successor Samuel Clemens.
     
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  7. MrMonsterGuy18 Ultraviolet Troubleshooter

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    May or may not do a write up on this
     
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  9. SnivyLink *insert witty comment here*

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    Map of the United States, after it has fulfilled its idea of Manifest Destiny and enforced the Monroe Doctrine. 1560014985700.png
     
  10. Tomislav Addai Well-Known Member

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    I present you the religious map of Latin America:

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    And in case you wish to take a look at North America, here you go again:
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    Colours according to TURCS scheme, sources various, mostly combining Muturzikin data , wikipedia and Joshua project.
    Note: non-Catholic areas of Latin America, esp. South America have sizeable Catholic communities as well.
     

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  11. UrbanNight Well-Known Member

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    This is amazing. I must know more about this.
     
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  12. JDuggan Well-Known Member

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    During the 1980's the Labour party drifted to the left: with the election of Micheal Foot as leader and Anthony Benn as deputy leader. This lockout of the centrist and right of the Labour party led to the development of the Social Democratic Party; which was able to capitalise on the unpopularity of Labour. The Conservative Party stayed strong with Keith Joseph as Prime Minister, with him winning the 1984 and 1989 general elections. During this period a large proportion of the voter base of the Labour Party flocked to the SDP, which by 1985 had become the main group of social liberals in the United Kingdom. By 1993, Joseph had been placed into a position of trying to appease both the Eurosceptic and Europhilic blocs of his party, with him trying to unify the group by holding a snap election. However, the Conservative government by this time had run its course- with many voters seeing the party as being rather lackluster after the recent economic slump- and as such the SDP were propelled into majority government, with Malcolm Bruce becoming the first Prime Minister from a party which was not either Labour or the Conservatives since Ramsay MacDonald after his expulsion in 1931. Bruce's government was the most radical government in Britain since the 1945 Attlee cabinet: which (among many things) led to the creation of a codified constitution, which formed a Federalised Britain, having many powers devolved to the English regions. During this government, the liberal-conservative sect of the Tories left to form a new party, which tried to follow the success of the SDP. by the early 2000's the Labour party, now rebranded as the Democratic Labour Party, was making a comeback with Peter Hain leading the party: seeing gains in local and by elections. Consequently, by time the 2002 general election rolled around, the National Alliance was able to receive the largest amount of seats and also the now centralszed Green party had its electoral genesis. the subsequent government was formed by the National Alliance and the Conservatives, and was led by Chris Patten. This government held power until the 2010 global financial depression, with Alison Suttie becoming the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

    During the Federalised period London has been an important region in determining the next government. However, by 2013 the SDP were struggling with both GreenUK and the DLP splitting the left vote and as such saw the National Alliance and the Conservatives form the first ever right wing administration in the city. However, during this period, the NAT and Con administration struggled with its agenda as multiple groups led some of the largest protests seen in the UK. Due to this, by time the 2018 legislative election arrived the Conservatives were effectively absorbed by the National Alliance in the city, which has become an increasing trend within sub-national elections. ​
     
  13. Monter Well-Known Member

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    >Brazil has the Cisplatine province
    I welcome our new Yankee overlords.
     
  14. PopulistBean Rockefeller Republican

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    Wikibox thread my dude
     
  15. HeX Self-Proclaimed Disney Expert

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    ...What? There is very clearly a map here. This belongs on the Map Thread just as much as all the WorldAs and MBAMs do.

    And it's a great graphic/map, too.
     
  16. EbolaMan131 Dick Pound 2020

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    Ok this is epic
     
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  17. PopulistBean Rockefeller Republican

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    I meant the London legislative election wiki box not the map
     
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  18. Governer-General Well-Known Member

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    I really liked this. Colors are great, Germanwank and Italowank at the same time. You avoided Post-CP win Romanian Moldova cliche, instead its given Ukraine that is I think is rather original idea.
    My only critism is Arabia. Italian annexation of Hejaz is very unlikely, it would be net drain for economy. Also a Christian controlled Holy sites would have angered Muslim world and probably causes widespread attacks.
     
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  19. Gokbay Well-Known Member, apparently huh...

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    Umm... I think that is the Ottoman Empire and that Italy basically got nothing other than Tunisia, Corsica and British Somaliland. So sorry fam but this isn't the Italowank you are looking for.
     
  20. Governer-General Well-Known Member

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    They are same color?
    Oh, maybe its Ottowank.

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    Yeah, they're Ottomans and Italy. Not exactly same color, but very close.

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