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  1. aldonius

    A Blunted Sickle - Thread II

    No. But if you donate to a charity of pdf27's choice he'll send you a compilation document which I believe is complete to the end of 1941.
  2. aldonius

    Es Geloybte Aretz Continuation Thread

    ... OK I have to ask, is it Linux, Git, or something else that's got you down?
  3. aldonius

    Es Geloybte Aretz Continuation Thread

    hot dang, got my threads mixed up! That's how it goes with pdf27's A Blunted Sickle.
  4. aldonius

    Es Geloybte Aretz Continuation Thread

    You can (or at least you used to be able to) get a PDF of the story (up to a certain date) in exchange for a donation to a charity of the author's choice, I believe.
  5. aldonius

    A Blunted Sickle - Thread II

    It's the Americans who want a stronger embargo against Japan, isn't it? If the Japanese did kick off against the Entente then the China Lobby would surely push for American involvement - a better opportunity for Chinese liberation could not present itself.
  6. aldonius

    An Age of Miracles Continues: The Empire of Rhomania

    Why can't the Arsenal go there, then?
  7. aldonius

    An Age of Miracles Continues: The Empire of Rhomania

    It's also a matter of resources - i.e. old growth forests.
  8. aldonius

    An Age of Miracles Continues: The Empire of Rhomania

    Clarification: Wouldn’t the Marinids be part of the Greater West also? I would assume so, since they’re a Mediterranean civilisation and the Ottomans are also marginal inclusions.
  9. aldonius

    A Blunted Sickle - Thread II

    Seems to me that if a country can run an atomics programme, they can probably also run an bomber programme. And the Jet Age is surely about to arrive...
  10. aldonius

    An Age of Miracles Continues: The Empire of Rhomania

    Not super necessary in the context of progressive income taxes on large landholders. Most of the economic value of the land would come from the rents received for its use.
  11. aldonius

    An Age of Miracles Continues: The Empire of Rhomania

    Delighted to be caught up :) Yes, it's interesting to speculate on the internal cohesion (or lack thereof) of the Triunes. I imagine most of whether they hold or splinter would be on their own merits - should Lotharingia or the EAN intervene, the HRE would surely counter. Additionally to that...
  12. aldonius

    A Blunted Sickle - Thread II

    I wouldn’t expect India to try anything against anyone ATL for a while yet. They’re busy decolonising. Flashpoints against China are the border conflicts and Tibet. Depending on whether/how an Indian Partition occurs some of those borders might not be OTL India on the subcontinental side...
  13. aldonius

    Lands of Red and Gold, Act II

    Thank you for informing me of this TL.
  14. aldonius

    Lands of Red and Gold, Act II

    Unlikely. The Yadji are in some of the southernmost parts of the mainland. There's 10-12 degrees of latitude between their northern borders and the southernmost extent of either of Australia's native crocodile species. Crocodilians are a tropical and subtropical species. Yadji territory gets...
  15. aldonius

    Lancashire Life: An account of The Great Patriotic War

    Also thanks for the mention!
  16. aldonius

    Twilight of the Red Tsar

    Boundary on the Yenisei? Sucks to be Krasnoyarsk.
  17. aldonius

    Es Geloybte Aretz Continuation Thread

    If Suez doesn’t work out they can always just expand a port on the Arabian coast (maybe at Yanbu?) as a branch off the Mecca extension.
  18. aldonius

    What South American countries could the CSA get?

    What are the CSA doing that far south? What's going on in Central America and the Caribbean?
  19. aldonius

    If the president has a 5-year term, when should legislators last?

    Honeymoon elections have some interesting impacts. For the legislature to be a good check on the executive I'd recommend their elections to be at each others' midterms.
  20. aldonius

    AHC: Global road connection

    If you want a road connection out of Australia than via the Torres Strait and New Guinea is far easier than to Timor. I expect the southern half of it would be doable with something like the Florida Keys highway structure (for local access to the islands) and then a proper under-the-sea-floor...
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