>North Africa part of United Africa and not the Arabian Union
>all the placenames are in Greek, not Latin
>doesn't use regional toponyms from the Periplus of the Erythraen Sea
>but there's a Rhodesia for some reason
shit/10, will write negative review on Yelp
Started work on a Holy Roman Europe and colonies (I don't care about realism) in the modern day, how's it look so far?
Ever notice how historic maps are filled with giganations?
That's three nations that existed alongside hundreds of others.
You didn't have a map like OP's where you have 13 nations and at least 3 of them control entire continents, while another controls half of two.
>United States of Europe
>all these "union of federated" so-and-sos
Now I'm really disappointed
>German Empire (A relatively small one)
O I am laffin
>united states of europe
well they weren't wrong
Everyone, post country-wanks you have.
Yeah, I would like to see some to.
I remember there being one about a large fictional continent off the west coast of America that had its own people and was fairly advanced. It was an interesting one.
But I couldn't find it again afterwards.
>Even in an alternate history Britain still loses the empire
End me now lads.
No worries. Thanks for posting what you had anyway.
>You will never live in Japanese America
They didn't have the manpower or resources to take over the Soviet Union either, and I doubt they would be able to hold onto all of China for very long even if they managed to conquer all of it.
There's a pretty short story where the stars align, japan gets godly luck and successfully Hokushins the soviets, conquers China, India, and Manchuria. And then loses it all in a giant sectarian clusterfuck in 1950 when everybody revolts at once
>10. And the Christian Republic of Iowa is just nutty
>What could have been
nah, no not really. Texas had two options, stay a tiny irrelevant nation and very likely get conquered by Mexico in the future or join the US, there was no scenario in which Texas could have successfully remained independent. It was too underpopulated, agrarian and its borders too large and unguarded.
It says they're discouraged only, and I don't think one or two active map threads at any one time are a big deal with the million "what race were the egyptians?????" or /pol/ and /pol/bait threads
Hitler's War (I think the whole book collection now is referred as The War That Came Early, though)
The "Timeline-191" saga
Some of the Crosstime Traffic short stories (I liked the ones in Communist Italy and the one with a still Medieval Europe)
Domination of Draka series desu
Star & Stripes series, just for laughs
>Scotland is a french protectorate.
I'm not sure if this is foolish, or a reasonable extrapolation of the auld alliance.
I wonder if we'll see more Scotland-out-of-UK or fractured UK maps in the future, given the political trends going on at the moment.
An interpretation of Code Geass world.
You know what gets me?
Greenland is always American in these things.
It's just so obvious that none of you fuckers know anything about what you're talking about.
It's just this huge spot that always tells you whether the person is an idiot or not, and it never fails.
I always assumed it was just an Axis friendly puppet administration.
>the Belarusian language was declared as a "language spoken at home" by about 3,686,000 Belarusian citizens (36.7% of the population)
You might as well use Russian lmao
Hey, there's a lot of folk from alternatehistory.com here.
I wonder if anyone will recognize this map...I feel bad for abandoning this timeline...
Huh, I thought I'd see a lot more Paradox maps ITT
He also said the Sudetenland was the last of his territorial demands not long before annexing the rest of Bohemia and Moravia. Hitler wanted war, if the allies caved at Danzig he would have likely kept making demands until he either got France to hand over Alsace Lorraine without a fight or the allies put their feet down.