Worlda Map Series with Subdivision and Rivers
Based on Roberto's own Worlda map series, an effort spearheaded by Romul has created new basemaps with subdivisions in countries such as the USA, Canada, Australia and the USSR, and also showing rivers. These use a new variant of the Universal Colour Scheme currently being worked on by Thande; a key will eventually be posted.
Note maps may be replaced at any time due to new corrections being required.
1865 - end of year
1870 - July
1871 - April
1871 - July
Note: Useful for Peshawar Lancers studies as this is the year of the Fall
Note: The start of the Scramble for Africa, useful if you want to attempt an alternative one
1918 - January
1918 - March
Note: After the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and Russia's exit from WW1
1919 - July
Note: After the signing of the Treaty of Versailles and the formal end of WW1
1919 - October
Note: During the White general Anton Denikin's offensive in the Russian Civil War
Note: After the Peace of Riga which ended the Polish-Soviet War
Note: End of the Russian Civil War
1939 - August
Note: The eve of the Second World War
1940 - February
Note: During the Winter War between Finland and the USSR
1940 - April
Note: After the Winter War
1940 - July
Note: After the Fall of France and the start of the Battle of Britain
1977 - March
1977 - July
Note: Soviet Union switches sides from supporting Somalia to Ethiopia during the Ogaden War
1982 - April
Note: Argentine occupation of the Falkland Islands
Maps which do not fit into the standard worlda map display.
French West Africa
Evolution of French West Africa from the 1920s up until its gradual dissolution in the 1950s and 1960s.
Princely States in the British Raj
Improvement in the depiction of the Indian princely states. The first is the new version, the second shows the states as independent, the third without the provincial boundaries of the areas under direct British rule, and the fourth as they were drawn in the old version.
Evolution of the Byzantine Empire from its reconquest of West Roman territory to its overthrow by the Ottoman Turks.
Depiction of a terraformed Mars in an equal area globe projection.