Thought I'd do a cover of one of BMunro's maps while school is relatively calm.
Well, this is technically Lithuania-Poland.Poland, of course
Tibet has never been so okay.Tibet, are you okay?
...this signaled the end of an era...Plan to move to it for some upcoming maps
This is really interesting! So I'm assuming the Roman Empire still fell and that this is one of the states which formed following its collapse. What is the religious makeup of Europe generally?The last project I posted here didn't really pan out very well so here's another one. This comes from a timeline where Christianity never came to overshadow Paganism, there are other differences as well but they aren't very important for this map in particular. The map depicts a reformed Roman Republic where the emphasis is co-rule by Christians and Pagans with religious instutions of both being included in government and some offices being reserved for Pagans or Christians. What each Office is supposed to do is going to be explained in the text that's gonna go next to the map and the graphic. There's also a lil flag.
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I'm open to criticism as always!
Beautiful! But what exactly it is? More succesful revolution? What happened in Germany, Russia, Britain? Why is Silesia, Catalania and Schleswig-Holstein independent?Not pleased with how slow this is taking an how much of it is still not, but at least there's some progress: Europe 1905 (1847 POD). Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, means a lot. The POD is that Marx and Engels discover and join the League of the Just earlier in 1847, finishing the Communist manifesto earlier and spreading it across Europe before the 1848 revolutions to... well, the same praise as in OTL, but wider spread. The effect is actually the opposite, with this manifesto being so widespread, the revolutionaries become more divided as people interoperate the work and as a result, there are more revolutions, but they are largely weaker. I'm still working on stuff and even this map is now outdated (the new version has different Swiss borders, German Limburg, and a Dutch PU over East Frisia).This is soooooooooooooooo good.
I assume successful revolutions in 1847-48?
Thanks as well, as I said in my reply to Bob Hope, the revolutions are actually weaker, but lay the ground works for more revolutions later on. I'll try to answer your questions now:Beautiful! But what exactly it is? More succesful revolution? What happened in Germany, Russia, Britain? Why is Silesia, Catalania and Schleswig-Holstein independent?