Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Beedok, Jun 15, 2014.
That's one big Armenia, and one small Turkey.
They really phoned it in with Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Hungary.
Also it pretty audacious to actually admit in a visual format that Poles are a minority in like half the land they're claiming.
Are we just skipping by Livonia?
Whoever drew that map wanted MOAR POLAND (MOAR!), and didn't care how they got it.
"The new road of Finland" I believe from the Continuation War
Anyone have a worlda of likely nuclear targets in the Cold War?
The targets really depends on when the war occurs; a war in 1950 would be very different from one in 1962 or 1983.
It's not really important, but '83 would be preferable.
There's thousands of targets...
Might This help you?
Most of them cluster tightly together, with silos receiving dozens of warglheads each.
Don't remember if this has already been posted or not:
Italian irredentism in the 1930s.
The writer of this book was a member of the small Finnish National Socialist party (SKS, 1941-1944) that never had more than a few hundred active members. The book was published in 1942, at a time when the actual political and military leadership in Finland was starting to see that Germany would lose the war and that Finland should try to get out of it as soon as possible.
It is pretty obvious that these borders would have been far from realistic even if Nazi Germany had prevailed in the war against the USSR.
Well I think that at least most of land in northern Ukraine and Belarus weren´t heavily populated (swamps, woods and another swamps), so there wouldn´t be so much non-poles from them? (but yeah, still many Ukraininans, Belarusians and Lithuanians )
Realy cool maps btw
Here we have the infamous conspiracy theory nonsense that is Eurabia.
Map of the proposed Latin Axis
"I'm sorry France, you're not Latin enough. Now the Maghreb states, they're good and Latin."
Separate names with a comma.