>>89104 The Roman republic becoming stable and corruption free. Can't think of anything that was as interconnected as Rome before Rome and in my eyes the biggest change would come from altering the first major interconnected thing.
>William the Conquer doesn't land in England a few days after harold the saxon beats the Norwegian vikings >No England as such it's theorized that without "England" as we know it being formed, the powerHub of europe is around the north sea now, not the Mediterranean = history 110% different
Louis XVI not reestablishing the parliament as he did.
Without parliament blocking it, he would have been able to tax the aristocracy without having to resort to calling the estates general. The aristocracy would most likely have been eliminated gradually by the kings, no French Revolution, the French model would be that of a king ruling with absolute power.
How about if Baibars stopping the Mongols in the battle of Ain Jalut was a failure? Or their European campaign wasn't halted by their leader dying of a heart attack, thus calling them to return home to elect a new leader?
>>89749 Guy had major fucking ADD, he promised a lot but seldom delivered.
He worked hard with an italian doctor on a document detailing his work, and a lot of progress was made but then the doc died of the plague. Leonardo then found something else shiny and the work stayed in his notebooks.
I really want to write some AH where this gets published but I don't have the medical knowledge to do so.
>>89784 The really mind-blowing thing is, that supposedly today we are aware only of 40-50% of Leonardo's work, and the rest is gone and undiscovered. Imagine all the cool shit he did in the rest of his work, taking into account what we already know...
One of the saddest things in history, that he couldn't realize it all
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>>89972 it was ögedei who was khan at the time - genghis died in 1227.
It's har to tell how far subotai couldve gone though, as much as the mongols were at the zenith of their military supremacy, hungary and poland marks the definite end to the eurasian steppes and plains, central and western europe is both densely populated and heavily fortified, proper castles not wood and mud. not to mention dense forests and other natural barriers. i don't think theres any chance the mongols actually lose a large battle, but i don't see them pushing very deep into germany either
the death of mongke khan and the following battle of ain jalut was more significant imo
>>90257 >Would it? Why? Mostly the Russians. They were in the midst of modernising their military to a huge degree and would have finished around 1920. The RN would have looked very different as well, having pulled away even more in the naval arms race.
>>89104 If the British didn't go to war with Hitler or accepted some of his many offers for peace. Also if the Italians didn't fuck up so much invading Greece for no reason and failing, resulting in the Germans having to send troops and shit to help them, which delayed the Invasion of Russia by a few key weeks, which meant that things could've been very different if they got their a month earlier considering winter was coming
>>90205 Thanks, but I started using the mobile app literally today and due to technical differences between computers and smart phones former experience with imageboards doesn't help all that much. Thanks for not calling me a noob, though!
>>90299 We'd probably still have a Germany today in that scenario, but I think they'd be more akin to Italy than how Germany formed in out timeline. A collection of minor states that share a culture and people banding together to unify against the influence of nearby powers. They'd be a more middling power like Italy is rather than a big player like France or Russia.
Or maybe Austria would've just filled Prussia's position and unified the region, or perhaps Bavaria or Hannover or some other semi-major German state would've taken Prussia's place instead, with Austria more focused on their southern and eastern borders.
>>90267 You do realize Genghis Khan means "Great Khan" (i.e. king of kings i.e. emperor) and is thus a title? Furthermore, (the) Genghis Khan's name was Temüjin and there's not at any point in either of those two posts a reference to either "Genghis" or "Temüjin".
What? It was a raid that was already turning back when Martel's forces caught up to them. It didn't even settle the Frankish-Umayyad wars, let alone the larger conflict between Christian Europe and the Muslim world.
You can maybe make a case that it affects the Carolingian dynasty's fortunes in France, but attributing any larger context to the battle is just dumb.
>>93136 >be hitler >decide to be a painter >evalutator says "look dud you're all messed up, you really ought to be an architect instead cause that's clearly what you're interested in" >I goofed off in every class that would have been productive to becoming an architect >tfw
>>89424 >Alternatively, if there was a sudden surge of technological development in 200 AD America and they came to the Old World rather than the other way around. Do you not understand the meaning of "smallest change" in OP's post?
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