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 Shout out to the When Diplomacy Fails podcast for uncovering this proposal.