Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Beedok, Jun 15, 2014.
Here's Dugin's super Eurasian Russia.
Not that bad, though I feel as though invading Norway would be a bit out of the way. Also wonder if the star on the fleet going the long way around Denmark is meant to be the only one to actually land in Germany. Really, these old magazines and such are wonderful. Let us see what people were thinking back in the day,
Nah, that's just a marker for Copenhagen.
OH SHIT HERE COMES BRAZIL AND NIGERIA FOR THE DOUBLE TEAM OH SHIT OH FU-
The thought of Russia owning Tibet is...strange
I assumed it was meant to be an ally or puppet state, not directly annexed.
It's hard to tell with these kinds of crazy ultranationalist proposals.
It would also be a bit untenable since two of the world's highest mountain ranges are in the way (which is probably why there aren't any historical examples of steppe empires with that configuration)
To be fair, Tibet is an extremely hard nut to crack. Several invasions, from an attempted conquest Bengal in the late 1200's all the way to British and Chinese expeditions, were met with utter failure.
Claimed borders of the short-lived Kingdom of Syria (March 8-July 25 1920)
Not sure how much of this they actually controlled, but they definitely held a decent-sized chunk of Syria, including Damascus
Damn it, I hate looking at old maps.
So, I'm guessing the Syrian state would've stretched down into Iraq and held some territory along the Mediterranean?
No, it’s basically most of modern Syria, plus all of Lebanon, Israel, and Palestine, the western chunk of Jordan, and a tiny corner off of Saudi Arabia’s northwest
I have no idea why I said Iraq. Damn, I'm dumb sometimes.
I was led astray of all the lines bordering the Mediterranean.
And here are some of the plans laid out by the American Expansionist Party, a group that seems to have been active from around 1997 to 2003.
Yeah, these were real plans at one point.
Looks like they're trying to recreate Oceania
The Party still exists. At least according to their website.
So apparently Milan Nedić wanted to create a Greater Serbia in WW2 (map from Wikipedia):
I see no evidence anything on there has been updated since Iraq.
@Spiritual Sausage huh, no claims again Bulgaria?
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