Proposals and War Aims That Didn't Happen Map Thread

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Beedok, Jun 15, 2014.

  1. Dementor Well-Known Member

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    The NDH was more of a satellite than an ally. Plus it was quite bit weaker than Italy or even Bulgaria. As for Banat, it was on paper part of Serbia, though de-facto controlled by Germany.
     
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  2. Christory Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm...

    Ah [REDACTED], here we go again...

    I like this part
     
  3. Skallagrim Not the one from YouTube. Different other fellow.

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    Mao called, and he wants his terrible locust-multiplying and famine-inducing idea back.
     
  4. Mr. Bubbles Well-Known Member

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    "It's okay, we'll just shoot the locusts too!"
     
  5. water123 The Biggest Normie on this Website Kicked

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  6. Mr. Bubbles Well-Known Member

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    The division of the world by the Treaties of Tordesillas and Saragossa, which split the planet into two halves according to which regions Spain and Portugal would be allowed to colonize.

    Technically, this proposal did happen in that the lines were kinda set up and they followed the boundaries for a little while, but didn't stick to them. This was essentially the extreme result of what was suggested by the finalization of the treaties in 1529.

    Side note: I can't draw curves on worlda to save my life
     
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  7. Crazy Boris Cool Dood

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    Interesting how the border on New Guinea looks crazy close to the actual OTL border
     
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  8. Skallagrim Not the one from YouTube. Different other fellow.

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    I assume that the division didn't apply to existing European countries. At least not to Roman Catholic ones. Maybe Eastern Orthodox countries and whatnot were considered fair game, implicitly.
     
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  9. Catsmate Well-Known Member

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    That's not dissimilar to what happened to the British Republic after the Revolution of '76 in my EDC verse.
     
  10. Spiritual Sausage Well-Known Member

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  11. UrbanNight Well-Known Member

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    The Portuguese territories were previously limited by the Treaty of Alcáçovas to all non-Christian lands south of the Canary Isles, which should be most of Africa, and southern parts of Arabia, India, and China.
     
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  12. Mr. Bubbles Well-Known Member

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    Worlda version of the annexation bill
     
  13. Etruscan-enthusiast35 master of the ancient art of schlock

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    Here be the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic. This lovely little country essentially equaled the modern caucus states, chunks of eastern Turkey and some border regions of Russia.
    If anyone wants to take a shot at making a readable version of this, be my guest.
     
  14. oofo Well-Known Member

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    Correct. It only applied to areas outside of Europe.
     
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  15. xmoose Well-Known Member

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  17. Bennett Human Time-Waster

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    Three-way split of California proposed in 1855. From north to south:
    -Shasta
    -California
    -Colorado

    There was also the Pico Act (of 1859), an act that passed California but didn't make it to Congress because of the Civil War - it was going to bisect California along the 36th parallel north, creating the State of California and the Territory of Colorado
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  18. Stuyvesant Well-Known Member

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    slight correction on the 36th Parallel
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  19. Clandango Disestablishmentarianist

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    The proud traditions and legacy of the Unorganized Territory lives on.
     
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  20. Wendell Wendell

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    Actually, it sort of does in OTL, as American Samoa is considered to be both unincorporated and unorganized.