Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by JG Online, Dec 9, 2016.
I'm curious, what are the ottoman subdivisions from?? i don't recognize them
The 1815 map I did had them as well
after all this time, we FINALLY have an updated 1812 map.
He was an interesting guy. As was his son.
I suggest you watch "History of the World: Every Year" by Ollie Bye for inspirations.
I’d urge everyone to take his maps (and a lot of maps on YouTube) with a massive grain of salt depending on the topic. I’ve found that his maps (and many other channels maps) on Central Asia, India, Africa and Southeast Asia to be incredibly dubious. The borders they draw are far too precise, and I can’t find many sources that back up a lot of the borders, and oftentimes can’t find sources that verify the existence of some of the countries they have on the maps. Most stuff on Europe and the Americas is good quality, though.
General rule in the mapping community: Subscriber count has hardly any relation to quality of content
You are a living example of this
Speaking of which, your stuff is fantastic btw. <3
Hello everyone ! I am a new member
I would like to know if someone could create a map of World War II in 1941 (during the Battle of Moscow) : here is a map of Eastern Front.
I think we already have a Q-Bam map of 1941?
October 28, 1922: Mussolini's March on Rome
Looks great! I like the representation of the situation in Italy and the Italian holdings in Libya, and nice catch with the Yakut Revolt - that's pretty easy to miss. (EDIT: Had a criticism about the representations of Byelorossiya, Ukraina, and Zakavkaz as independent autonomies but it seems I had the date of the founding of the USSR misplaced - this takes place a few months prior!)
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