Once again Thanks for you for the very good timeline
It wouldn't be the first time.That map is going to make a lot of Althistory Map Painters ITTL froth at the mouth. They'll still be salty the smaller color beat the bigger color.
Wouldn't more of the actual commanders be mentioned in this? Rather than just the leaders of the relevant nations.
Outside of that nicely done.
yeah here a OTL WWI WikiboxUsually wikiboxes will do both, though with this many countries and this many generals, it would be too long a list.
Fwiw, the actual OTL WWI Wikibox on wikipedia does the same thing - just listing national leaders.
It wouldn't be the first time.
"Hey, King George! Remember 1776? Deutschland uber alles, you [CENSORED] limeys."
- random German-American, during a pro-CP rally, 1916
Yes, that was entierly what I was going for. Lvov has really let the situation get out of his control and he'll have to pay the price for that.Oh, that quote by Lvov at the top is bitterly funny to me. It's chaos and I'm not entirely sure how it's all going to go except for that it's going to be very bad. It'd be interesting to see how Lenin will manage what seems to be the imminent collapse of the Russian monarchy and the remaining forces that governed it. Particularly as he has a good deal less time to actually get his government up and running and established compared to OTL, if we assume his death in reality is likelier than not to occur in this one as well.
Glad you liked it! And I don't know how he does it either...Simply put, how does Lenin somehow manage to make the reader root for him, despite knowing better?