Slovakia and, by the looks of it, Moravia as well.
Yeah I had no idea there were Romanian irredentist claims on Transcarpathian Ruthenia, Slovakia, possibly some of Moravia (hard to tell, the map's so poorly drawn )
Some of 'em on this thread, I think I might could provide better work scribbling on a napkin sitting in a restaurant
I remember, it was a Danish textbook that in 2016 took a map from Deviantart about a bigger victory of the USSR after the Second World War.So much so that at least one textbook has actually accidentally used an AH map at some point.
Edit: apparently the book was Danish.
I notice the same thing with French history textbooks. What I find disturbing is that this seems to be a worldwide phenomenon.Some of 'em on this thread, I think I might could provide better work scribbling on a napkin sitting in a restaurant
Honestly I think textbook quality has declined in general over the years... I have a small collection of old history textbooks, ranging between the 1920's and 1960's, and not only were the maps better in nearly all cases, but the text itself was better too than what I remember from grade school/high school... not necessarily politically unbiased, but just better-written...
I know this program, Edgenuity I believe it's called. One of my two schools uses it.
Well, at least you can't blame the Chromebook for the lousy map Other than that though, my sympathies! (used a Chromebook for a while, %&**#ing glorified email reader )I know this program, Edgenuity I believe it's called. One of my two schools uses it.
On another note, my school also uses Chromebooks for Edgenuity. Makes me wonder whether the person who made this picture was taken by someone who attended my school, either a teacher or student ... (the odds are pretty low but that's just an interesting thought I had.)
In this case it appears that Serbia now has an Adriatic coast, moving Montenegro away. Otherwise, the borders are serviceable.And now for a map that is obviously intended to be educational, it came with a few tasks attached:
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Admittedly apart from The Balkans™ It is not too bad (the Danish-German Border might be a bit odd and South Tyrol seems to have developed the urge to hug Switzerland) but like so many maps it is The Balkans™ that the map maker couldn't quite find the right borders...
In this case it appears that Serbia now has an Adriatic coast, moving Montenegro away. Otherwise, the borders are serviceable.
Romania is also badly out of shape (western Moldavia should be smaller than Wallachia but on this map it is significantly larger) and Austria-Hungary has a severe case of spilling into Ukraine. I admit the rest are okay if a bit wonky, but still combined with the task to correctly locate Sarajevo the wonky-ness of the borders is a bit more severe than it would be without that task.