Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Beedok, Jun 15, 2014.
And the larger version:
Here is a cleaner version, from wikimedia:
And, finally, a zoomed-in version:
... and another way to carve up Germany (sorry, don't know the original source. Obviously propaganda).
The opposite direction of propaganda:
I like how even Switzerland got a little slice.
A clearer version, used for German propaganda:
War proposal on Russo-Japanese War:
A map showing the different borders post-1870 Bulgaria had:
The approximate map (based on these two maps: 1 and 2) of what the USA would have looked like in 1866 if the 1866 Annexation bill had become law and the British and provincial governments had agreed to the proposal (note the borders might need a little fixing):
Macedon irredentists are still ambitious:
From this page: http://www.icj-cij.org/docket/index.php?p1=3&p2=3&case=83&code=dt&p3=1
The PDF "Memorial submitted by the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya" has a good number of interesting maps towards the end of the document showing claims through the 19th and 20th century. It's a big pdf at 25mb.
This reminds me. We need to find a way to backup all of that guy's map collection, so they don't vanish like the first two or three hundred he has.
When they mean "Historical Ethnic Macedonia" do they mean Slavic Macedonians or Hellenic Macedonians?
I suspect their answer to that question would be "yes".
Let's wait for them to claim all of Alexander's Empire.
Someone should totally do a timeline where that proposal is implemented (or at least attempted). Why not add Corsica to Sardinia as an additional humiliation? What other options would there be for an alternate Vienna peace?
I've tried my best adapting this proposal for a more ethnically divided China I found on Wikipedia into the worlda format. Not perfect but... I tried my best. Have fun using it ^^
Stalin’s territorial claims against Turkey:
And the Q-BAMmified version:
Interesting concept, it is not everyday you see a map about the Soviet Union in the Caucasus and Middle East.
Separate names with a comma.