Its more Argentina being opportunistic in guaranteeing Florida's independence (who managed to secure most of their territorial integrity through conceding to the rebels) so they can have a port in the North Atlantic and the Caribbean.I just wanna know one thing
How did Argentina get a concession in Florida
Absolutely excellent map, and the flags are a very nice touch! The only real issue I have is that the map could use some numbering vis-à-vis the former CSA states; some of the names are so non-specific that it's hard to put one to a state.And shamelessly filled with many inspirations from other works (that i don't think anyone can guess -all- of them, though you're welcome to try) that i can claim it as original
(though some of those flags were a paaain to design)
Interesting map and scenario, but I find the following rather improbable.what are your thoughts, guys?
36 HOURS TO REACH THE RHINE?!The old order is dead. The waning years of the 1980s saw a crumbling Soviet regime, desperate to cling on to whatever power they had left, call NATO's bluff and invade central Europe. The "Seven Days to the River Rhine" plan proved a wildly unexpected success—the Warsaw Pact reached the eponymous river in 36 hours, all without using a single nuclear weapon. NATO, the United States especially, was utterly unprepared for invasion and unwilling to launch the first warhead. In late 1988, just a few months after the 'reunification' of Germany, NATO was dissolved, the US choosing to focus on internal matters, the stumbling giant unceremoniously ending all its international engagements.
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Integralist Brazil-Angola as its main rival in a post-*WW3 world where much of the Northern Hemisphere was wiped out? I mean both nations feature as powers in post WW3 scenarios to varying degrees, and South Africa's racial ideology would find a near-perfect bogeyman in Brazil's large Black, native and mestico populations after the nuclear destruction of communism. I don't think post-WW3 Australia will be any shape to be a major power, and India will have internal issuesUltra-Apartheid, arch enemy of Super-Integration.
hm, thanks for the advice!Absolutely excellent map, and the flags are a very nice touch! The only real issue I have is that the map could use some numbering vis-à-vis the former CSA states; some of the names are so non-specific that it's hard to put one to a state.
That said, there are some details which interest me more than others, such as the alternate US states (the Utah division and the St. Louis territory check out), and the fact that there are apparently nations called Babylon and William Walker - what's up with that?
maybe the orange area is just a giant white bantustan inside a federal africa.
They probably attacked when every member of every armed forces of NATO had took a vacation as it's the only rational answer on why late 80's Red Army had got this kind of perfomance...hell even the seven days scenario was the wildly optimistic one; 36 hours it mean that the Warsaw Pact forces don't found any resistance