Recent content by Arrix85

  1. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    Question: since Rome won't be as important as IOTL in the Confederation there will be less "Via Roma" in Italian cities (at least the main street) and a lot more "Via Verona/local capital"?
  2. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    Speaking of Kustenland.... may we know how the Prince(???) of Hearts is doing. I am missing a confederal district ;) (the confederation has not expanded for a little while and I'm going trough withdrawal, and yes it's a pun and I see myself out).
  3. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    May I ask you to explain? I'm a bit lost about the connection between those cities and Zionism.
  4. An Age of Miracles Continues: The Empire of Rhomania

    This was great (the destruction of the Bengal viceroyalty is way beyond what I expected), now I dread to see the horrible side of the roman victory in Mesopotamia.
  5. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    The Free cities from the very first post? 🤔 Only time will tell......
  6. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    That's already more advanced than Washington D.C. today. Aside from, that I'd venture at least a guess: Trieste (not traditionally part of the Venetian Republic, if ever , with the plus side o having in that district the Slovene minority) coupled or not with Fiume (if the Italians put their...
  7. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    I think the best part of this TL will be figuring it all out. The arguing, the quarrelling, the debating ..... cannot wait!
  8. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    Totally get it., too many factors to consider. The post-war set-up of the Empire will be quite interesting ( would be quite something if Austria tried to set up a south slavic third "part" to use as anti-Italian)
  9. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    I don't think the relationship with Hungarian nationalism will be that good. Cavour and Ferdinard seemed quite wary of it; to be honest I see Italy favouring the Croats more (provided they don't get any ideas about Istria and Dalmatia).
  10. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    Too cruel. Masters at teasing us
  11. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    Now I'm curious about how Ferdinand reacted to the french leftists "invasion".... I'd love to see how the British view the situation in Rome. About the Papal states am I the only one to see a possible disintegration (inside the Confederation, that's obvious ;)) ? I don't see a Roman Republic...
  12. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    The chance of the offer being accepted probably was very low from the very start. The only doubt I have is how much Ferdinand and Cavour were genuine about it (probably not much, too smart for that.... "at least we tried").
  13. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    I don't think mass emigration will be prevented (If I recall what the authors have said in the past), if anything it will start even sooner, and so the Italian one may be more similar to the German, with more Italians making their way in the midwest and the agricultural parts in general).
  14. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    About sides I do wonder about how this Italy will behave on the international stage. No territorial qualms with anyone, more or less good relationship with the French and the British (the big player in the Mediterranean, maybe the Italians may invest into the Suez Canal game?). Austria is the...
  15. Primavera d'Italia: War, Love and Revolution

    Didn't know that in English there are two spellings for Virgilio (I only knew of "Virgil"). Happy to wait! No clue about the events in Rome and Naples OTL so I guess I'll have to do a little research myself (a good "side-effect" of a great TL ).
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