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Altered Maps V: The Molotov-Threadentropp Pact

Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by Cheezy the Wiz, Nov 19, 2009.

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  1. Cheezy the Wiz

    Cheezy the Wiz Socialist In A Hurry

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    World Cup Qualifiers

     
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    hehe... I totally forgot to see the matches... now I see that Russia is out... cool
     
  6. RedRalph

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    Is there any chance you could do a map for teams that qualified legitimately and another for cheating handballing smug car-salesmen scumbags who got through because Sepp Blatter wanted them to?
     
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    I didnt even see the games. Lets see what happens in South Africa.
     
  9. Dachs

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    I'll put up something as soon as I get done mutilating the Nine Years' War and the Great Turkish War. :evil:
    Worked for France...
     
  10. TheLastOne36

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    So Slovenia and Slovakia qualified? Hmm...

    After the second match with Northern Ireland I stopped watching all qualifiers altogather...
     
  11. TheLastOne36

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    My edited Balkans for WWM for EU3.

    I haven't added in Romania yet, but it will be the next thing to do after I complete Balkans. (I also need to fix up Albania's borders a tiny bit)

    Any feedback?

    I want to add another province in Bulgaria, I think I will split Bulgaria in two provinces. What do you guys think?
     
  12. Dachs

    Dachs Hero of the Soviet Union

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    I don't understand what you're trying to do. Surely it isn't recreating the 1914 borders?
     
  13. TheLastOne36

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    All that territory aside from Bosnia and Serbia used to be part of Austria-Hungary, I just edited it(via Console and creating vassals and giving away territory) to show the new provinces and countries shape with modern day borders. Vojvodina is still Hungarian in culture and everything, don't you worry.

    Also, Dachs since you are a history guru, Was Lower Styria (Marburg on map, Maribor in real life) German in culture or Slovenian?
     
  14. holy king

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    it's always been slavic.
     
  15. Kyriakos

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    Dachs is right. Bulgaria looks strange. If you want the 1914 border give the ottoman empire the dardanellian province and Bulgaria the one next to it, to the west.
    If you are trying to produce the modern borders again give turkey that province, and rhodes to Greece.
     
  16. TheLastOne36

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    Guys you are mistaken... I only edited the Yugoslavian balkans, I didn't edit anything else (outside of Nis and adding in Sofia)

    WWM extends timeline to 1918, this map is based on the 1914 year chapter - where WWI starts.

    I just artificially made modern borders to Yugoslavia to show the new provinces and new country shapes. I didn't do anything with anything else.

    Holyking, just to clarify in the mess of posts... You mean lower styria has always been slavic?
     
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    edit: nevermind, maribor apparently was german before 1918.

    the sourounding region on the other hand was predominantly slovenian.

    i guess for game mechanics it makes more sense to make it german then.
     
  18. TheLastOne36

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    Let's practice my German, umm... Untersteirmark?
     
  19. Dachs

    Dachs Hero of the Soviet Union

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    So it's 1914? Rhodes should be Italian, you should probably fix the Dobruja, and Varwnos already mentioned the wonky Greco-Bulgarian border. Also, Krakau is in the Habsburg empire. ;)
    Marburg was German in 1914...but the rest of Untersteiermark...hmm. Outside of Marburg and some of the other towns I expect it was Slovenian-speaking. They had that irksome national renaissance during the 19th century...Depends on what grounds you're denoting ethnic identification.
     
  20. TheLastOne36

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    Ok, Wikipedia delivered:

    If the modern border was carved between linguistic barriers, than Lower Styria was for the most part Slovene.
     
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