Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tom Thumb, Jan 21, 2012.
Is QBAM ok?
And also what's going on in Asia?
Largely the same, with some minor differences (united Korea, partitioned Japan, independent Hyderabad, independent Andaman and Nicobar Islands, China without Xinjiang, Tibet, and Yunnan)
How is Japan partitioned?
Hokkaido and Tohoku (roughly the northern third of Honshu) belong to North Japan, rest of the Japanese islands belongs to South Japan
@Etruscan-enthusiast35 Did you miss this?
I left the other nations uncolored due to you not specifying any real changes for them besides territorial losses.
Greece should have Smyrna. Montenegro should have the borders of the Kingdom of Montenegro before WW1. Bosnia, Romania, and Serbia don't need border changes other than giving parts of Serbia to Montenegro, so they can be colored in. Color in Turkey too.
I'd prefer worlda
Can you make the Constantinople region an independent city-state in between Greece and Turkey? Use the borders of the Zone of the Straits but without Gallipoli and East Thrace (so only the pink area).
You forgot to give the European part of Constantinople to the independent Constantinople. It's the pink part west of the Bosphorus.
Can you give the rest of North Macedonia that's not part of Albania to Bulgaria?
One final thing - give the area surrounding Gusinje (but NOT Plav), plus the area around Ulcinj (but NOT Bar), and the parts of Kosovo IOTL that were Montenegrin on this map (Istok, Pec, Decani, Dakovica, etc) to Albania.
Could someone clean this flag up, so it looks better? It's a flag of a Russian Yukon.
@Etruscan-enthusiast35 Can you do another US map for me? This map would be as of 1783, after the Treaty of Paris, and would consist of the OTL territory of the US following that treaty, plus the colonies of Nova Scotia (which was actually Nova Scotia plus New Brunswick), Bermuda, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Grenada, Barbados, West Florida, and East Florida.
Vermont should have the additional cities that tried to join:
Additionally, side with America when it comes to the disputes over Minnesota, Michigan, and Maine.
The borders of New Spain, etc should remain as-is. Same style as the Ameriwank map.
Separate names with a comma.