This map is a spin-off of my Scandinavian Empire theme.
After having reviewed the criticism I received on the first version of this map I decided to make a new version. This version includes:
- A smaller Poland
- Austro-Hungarian control over South Tirolia and Transylvania
- A smaller Albania
- A Czech state
- Galicia as an independent kingdom
As always I welcome constructive criticism and suggestions for improvements.
If the Germans had won WWI, which in my HO would've led to a better Europe, it's also safe to assume they would've annexed Belgium and also kept a larger part of the Baltics/Poland. And, like wptaimuty points out, there's no way Denmark would get back all of Holstein if the Germans won the war.
Desuden ser jeg det også mere sandsynligt at Den Østrigske og Russiske del af Polen blev samlet i denne alternative verdenshistorie
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What do you think?
Beautiful work, just a masterpiece! I like old maps very much
I'm just curious why have you joined Crimea to Republic of Ukraine after WWI? There is no historical background for this decision. It should be Turkish instead. As far as I know there was a huge muslim population in Crimea those days (1920s). Russia conquered Ottoman Empire and got Crimea in 18th century (but I'm not sure about the exact date) so of course Turks were eager to get it back. If the Entante lost the Great War Turks should have got Crimea. Transferring it to Ukrainian just doesn't make any historical sense.
Also what would have prevented the Yugoslavia to take the whole Banat ? The border you have here in the map, is a basically the way Romania and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, have splitted Banat.
Also you only have half of Bukovina in this new Austria-Hungary, rest of it being in the new Galicia. Fact which i cannot comperhand, since the Soviet rapture of these Romanian territories happened in the 40's !
Also the shape of Belarus, i would have suggested looking at a map of Belarus, before the Second World War, that would have given it a more plausable existance.
Crimeea in Ukraine ? This happened in the 50's, when the ukrainian Khruschov gaved it's soviet republic of origin a "gift", as if the territories taken by Stalin from Romania, Poland and Czechoslovakia waren't enough !
I really think this map should be redone, in a way that would combine the pre-WW1 and interwar, political situation !