The Germans seem to be obsessing over Hitler and the period from 1933-1945, rather than looking the good aspects of German history and culture like Weiner schnitzel, Oktoberfest, Bach or Frederick the Great.
Considering that this is very much a thing in the real world to the point where certain sections of Germany seem to believe that everthing before 1933 was naught but preparation for the inevitable Nazi takeover, here it would be wound up to eleven, given that they actually won the war.The Germans seem to be obsessing over Hitler and the period from 1933-1945, rather than looking the good aspects of German history and culture like Weiner schnitzel, Oktoberfest, Bach or Frederick the Great.
Inkscape and Paint.net, i usually draw the coastlines/rivers/lakes/borders/topography (and in this case mountains) with inkscape, then export it and fill it to paint.net (because it's easier to fill with it) then send it back to inkscape to put the labels and description then send it back to Paint.net to polish it and add effects.Goddamn. What software did you use to make these wonderful maps.
Thank you very much, and yes you do raise good points.I realy admire all the work that has been done on this timeline. It really looks so well thought out and consistent with some original takes on the subject.
The latest map feels at some points not right as propaganda/education material for the general public (and it has the appearance to be directed at that audience). It is much to open about covert operations and destabilizing actions, something a government will never admit so openly to commit. F.i. the entry in the Middle East. I would change the first sentence to the more euphemistic: The Middle East is a key battleground in the [our] worldwide struggle.
For the Irish, i would chose sympathizers instead of spies.
The Italian entry i can't read properly myself. I tried other platforms, but that didn't help. But that's my problem. From what i could read i deducted that the atlantic union is trying to play out the growing division between Italy and Germany. Again any such actions would be hush-hush and not be told to the general public until there was a clear result.
Congratulations with the first aniversary, that many more may still come.