Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Beedok, Jun 15, 2014.
Actually it was this:
But still Germania sounds cool
but if they merged, do you honestly think they'd keep the name "German-Austria" when they comprise practically all of the German states?
It would be the Republic of Austrian Germany.
Found this using wikipedia:
Heres the map itself:
I was thinking of this.
saw this when google searching
GRAND and NAWPA, both massive irrigation schemes proposed during the 50s that were rejected for cost reasons.
A radical proposal in the 1930s by a magazine known as Modern Mechanix to, essentially, recreate Doggerland (not sure if it was actually known about at the time).
A 1911 proposal to extend the Manhattan island.
A 1959 proposal by the Army Corps of Engineers for what they wanted/expected the San-Fran Bay to look like 2 years from now.
He's saying that German-Austria has been annexed by Germany in his map, not that the name of the whole state is 'German-Austria'. If you click the link, you'll see the proposed state on Wikipedia of German-Austria is essentially just Austria with the Sudetenland. The map Saint created is a map of all of Germany including the state of German-Austria. Frankly I don't see the point, since it's basically just 1939 Germany pre-Poland, but I digress.
I was just kinda bored and felt like making the map since no one else had.
Also, don’t forget the new German territory of Südtirol
You're forgetting Burgenland, which German-Austria didn't claim (and in this scenario would be kept by Hungary); as well as the portions Styria and Carniola that were claimed by German-Austria but OTL went to Yugoslavia.
Realistically, how much would Ausrria-Hungary have allowed the Bulgarians to take in a CP Victory scenario?
Everything they'd want short of a Yugoslavia led by the Bulgarians? It'd weaken the Serbs and the Romanians (a plus for AH) and would help force Bulgaria to remain wedded to AH in terms of policy, as they'd both be invested in repressing Serbs and Romanians within their respective borders, and as such would find common cause.
Though I'm not sure this would be the proper thread to discuss it.
This is the war aims thread, isn't it?
Yes. Mostly meant for maps, but discussion is fine too.
More thought that it was more for discussing the proposed terms, but...
OP has said it is so, and thus it is the place. My bad.
I was being rhetorical, just to be clear
I just wanted to display a bit of power as OP.
Cascadia, including both existing borders and the bioregion as a whole.
"Romanian territories ceded to Austria-Hungary (purple), Bulgaria (blue) and the Central Powers (green) through the Treaty of Bucharest. These changes were reversed by the Treaty of Versailles."
And map of Dobruja with various different territorial changes shown on it:
I made a qbam version of this on the first page of this thread.
Separate names with a comma.