In OTL the Allied planners worked on the assumption that all of the landings could be as bad as OTL Omaha Beach, or even a bit worse, and made allowances for this possibility. All of the beaches being like Omaha ITTL therefore shouldn't have too much effect on how well the Western Allies do after D-Day, unless -- for some [unexplained] reason -- its planners had been overconfident compared to their OTL counterparts.An alternate cold war world rather loosely inspired by the Jour J story "Paris, Secteur Soviétique", although this is ultimately best thought of as a general 'Soviets do rather better' world. Swindling more lend-lease aid from the USA, Tukhachevsky surviving the purge, and most importantly of all, bypassing plenty of cities versus uselessly sieging them did wonders for the Soviet advance, to say nothing of all the beach landings on D-Day going akin to Omaha Beach OTL.
Are you going to extend the French coast as the straight lines [I assume they are the map borders] cuts through the Channel Islands horizontally and Kent and East Anglia vertically
A few of the smaller islands are still in the darker grey temporary color that I used before this, but I like how clean the coastlines and the lakes look. This map is slightly more accurate than the basemap I'm using, which IIRC is from the 1930s ("The Times" Atlas) thanks to some crossreferncing, and I think one might be able to guess most of the scenario's premise now. It's a republican England, with both Scotland and Ireland independent.
Also earlier today I deleted the most recent progress post of mine because I didn't want to clutter up this thread of course.
And what is it? Whats Pacific Wall?Critiques?
The tiny 180 degree longitude line through Beringia really bugs me. The whole country is one polygon but I can't get the two sides to combine no matter what I try.
The overlapping triangles on the north pole also bug me, but I haven't tried to fix them yet.
And of course I forgot to label the Philippines, figures.