Recent content by norlag

  1. Hadrian's Consolidation - reboot

    Just wanted to thank you for an enjoyable and interesting timeline. I would be most interested in the Spartan timeline
  2. Stupid Luck and Happenstance.

    Why is there a government of Baden-Würtemberg? Baden-Würtemberg was created after Germany lost WW2 in OTL. Since they didn't loose WW1 in TTL, Baden and Würtemberg should still have their own rulers.
  3. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    I see your point. But consider this: The rulers of Belgium and the Netherlands have to make sure their surviving people continue to survive. For this they need food, medicine, all kind of consumer goods, electricity, running water, and so on. How much if these things can they still produce...
  4. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Berlin has more inhabitants than the Netherlands and Belgium combined. Do these countries even have the chance to take care of themselves in the foreseeable future? Maybe they should just ask for admission to the german empire as individual states. In return the germans help them with money...
  5. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Dear God. Frankfurt gassed. England, Belgium, the Netherlands and France gone. Germany, Switzerland and Italy going. Even if they find the cure now, it will take some time before the plague is defeated. The death toll might be over 100 million in Europe alone.
  6. Stupid Luck and Happenstance.

    Great timeline. It's my favourite at the moment. That being said, I have to tell you, that in Germany it makes no sense to run away before your church wedding. To be married, you have to go to city hall (Standesamt in german, registry office in english according to You are only...
  7. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    My thoughts exactly
  8. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Plus they don't know how bad it is in Canada. It's not like they made public that most of the Canadian population ran away or starved to death.
  9. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Japan has a lot of problems, but compared to china they got of lightly. No big contaminated area, no civil war. The tense food situation won't kill almost half of their population as happened in china.
  10. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    That was quite a bloodletting for the chinese. Don't know how many inhabitants japan has, but they will be the dominate power in east asia for at least a decade.
  11. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Wasn't he accompanying the British forces in west africa and was cought while trying to flee to the enemy? IIRC he was sent back to Britain as a prisoner/deserter and probably ended up in camp.
  12. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    My statement was based on Canada. It is the most important resource deliverer. I simply forgot Nigeria. You are right that that is headache waiting to happen.
  13. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Britain doesn't care about its reputation any longer and as long as they get their resources from Canada they can survive. I am not sure if the US can do anything substantial. Threats of course, but more? Britain is a nuclear power which shoots arrows at Canada and decimates its enemies with...
  14. Fire and Ice: A Barbarossa 1905 TL

    Wehrmacht is indeed not correct. Afaik the term was used when the nazis took over. Brusilov himself said that he hopes for a negotiated peace after he got his victory. A victory in this war is impossible for the russians. They can only hope to evade complete defeat. Even with this victory...
  15. A Shift in Priorities - Sequel

    Can't he put the blame on Fuller and Polly Brown?