Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Nazi Space Spy, May 12, 2018.
I like it alot, shame about mega Ukraine but yeah its more realistic this way
Kuban had many Ukrainian Cossacks historically, so if you want to have a mega Ukraine just give them Kuban.
that wouldn’t be necessarily realistic either
one small correction - moscow is supposed to be a federal city. it's just like otl.
Kuban was very Ukrainian pre-Soviet times.
but there’s ukrainians all over russia. it doesn’t mean that kuban needs to be ukrainian.
Yes, but Kuban is one of the few areas where they formed a majority.
dude just let it go. we already had an argument on greenland drag on for too long. we have decided for quite a while now that kuban is independent.
Alright, It was just a suggestion.
working on something, hope to have it up soon
Great work, i don't envy you trying to get the regional parties as well into that cause with all of them, that map will be a mess.
i think you got the india-burma border wrong.
this is how it is in the qbam
I looked at the border very closely before making the map. It is correct.
i hate to admit but I spoke too soon. But I have no idea what the border follows because in my map if follows the Irrawaddy river. On the Qbam it follows nothing.
i think it should roughly follow the arrakan/chin mountain range
No, after all the calculations of population to get the correct Lok Shabah seats and taking close to 4 hours to allocate seats to each party i am not going to concede the border to follow a vauge mountain range rather than a clear river that follows the same shape as the Qbam. Indian elections are really hard to work out and I just really dont want my population data changing.
i see your point. however, and it’s fine if you say yes, but are we going to include yangon in india?
No my map follows a different route basically going through the Easternmost River of the delta at the end. (Ill give you a map soonish)
It was made in Instagram but heres what I mean
we finally have the complete demographic map of america! thanks to @Gian for all of his hard work!
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