Most interesting. I want to know more about TTL's Japanese invasion of China.
How do the orange countries work?
If you zoom in, Oldenburg, Bremen, Hamburg and (for some reason) Lubeck also drive on the correct (i.e. left) side.Seeing as Hannover is the only mainland european nation (that i can see) driving on the left, might there be lots of jokes about Hannoverian drivers? Atleast in the german area?
Perhaps that's because it's measured in pound sterling instead of dollars?Ai that GDP per capita is low.
"We've regained Haishenwei."
Will zoom in on my PC and not on my Phone next, thought there might be moreIf you zoom in, Oldenburg, Bremen, Hamburg and (for some reason) Lubeck also drive on the correct (i.e. left) side.
Chia China is referred to in the World Map 2021 as "Jia China". Is this the result of different romanisation systems?Chia China
Japanese Liaodong*"We've regained Haishenwei."
"At what cost?"
"A Korean Liaodong."
If they were a British colony, they'd drive on the left... like all other 'civilised' peoples imoExcellent work(s) as always! How much of the western Rhineland consists of French speakers? Or are they all bilingual in some way?
Is the Chia dynasty fictional or is it based off of someone OTL? Is their Secretariat a relative of the emperor as their family name suggests?
How do roads/driving in the orange countries work?
Why is the Philippines in the orange region? Did it become a British colony after the Spanish left?