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  1. "A Very British Transition" - A Post-Junta Britain TL

    Praise be to the Eternal Lord-Admiral Clarkson
  2. "A Very British Transition" - A Post-Junta Britain TL

    You hear that lads? The leadership is out! Someone call the Major, now's our chance to restore proper military rule to the thread!
  3. Fighting For Your Future: The Presidency of Walter Mondale

    This is very interesting, watched. curious to see how Mondale gets over the line, liking all the build up!
  4. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes VI (Do Not Post Current Politics or Political Figures Here)

    This idea is extremely cool and I'm super excited to learn more about this!
  5. WI: The Portuguese Fight on at Goa

    If there were a fair vote almost certain incorporation into India, and if the Portugese were receptive it would likely be a vote between the first and second options, neither side wants an Independent Goa.
  6. The Wilderness

    So this is my first proper attempt at a timeline, and I figured I'd post the prologue. Chapter 1 is most of the way completed, consider this an attempt to gauge interest! Any questions I'll answer as readily as I can.
  7. The Wilderness

    The Wilderness Prologue: You reap what you sow The early 2010s were a time of great confusion in the political world. Many had written off the Republican party as doomed to a great amount of time in the Wilderness after the abject failure of the Bush Administration had driven the country off a...
  8. Democratic policy post 2010

    This was all really interesting, is there any chance you could expand on just how all of this would work, I'm interested in American politics in the election maps sense but if I write an actual political timeline I want it to be as 'realistic' as I can really make it, and I've no clue how...
  9. Democratic policy post 2010

    I'm not really sure if this is a chat question or is distant enough gone that it'll be allowed, but I've been working on a timeline in which the Democrats keep control of the House and Senate in 2010, and have hit a roadblock as I'm not exactly sure what kinds of bills they might go forward with...
  10. Until Every Drop of Blood Is Paid: A More Radical American Civil War

    That was a really great side story. Loved it.
  11. The New Order: Last Days of Europe - An Axis Victory Cold War Mod for HoIIV

    I think I saw LeMay's tree somewhere, and if they could post it that'd be really cool! The difference between 'BLOW IT ALL UP' LeMay and Gamer LeMay is really interesting.
  12. For Want of A Sandwich - A Franz Ferdinand Lives Wikibox TL

    I'm naturally biased but I'd be curious to see just what has caused Australia to still hold such a large chunk of Southern New Guinea!
  13. April 1942 Alternate Indian Ocean

    I'm a day late and a dollar short, but I hope whatever is wrong is slowly resolving itself. If it isn't, you should always put your mental health before this timeline. It's a great read but don't sacrifice yourself on the altar of story as it's just a path to madness.
  14. The New Order: Last Days of Europe - An Axis Victory Cold War Mod for HoIIV

    Seconded! I'd super appreciate getting to see the cool stuff I can't experience myself.
  15. Until Every Drop of Blood Is Paid: A More Radical American Civil War

    I think blue to red gradient might be best, to convey the bloodshed, and decay from the pre-war peace (blue) to the gruesome bloodshed (the civil war)
  16. WI: Gough Whitlam was not sacked by John Kerr?

    Whitlam still loses. Even with the outrage over the Dismissal boosting their polling numbers in the immediate aftermath, Whitlam was aware they were screwed. The oil crisis, the recession, the loans crisis, had all robbed Labor of much of its legitimacy, and while the fading of the recession...
  17. What was the most "benevolent" empire during the second age of Imperialism(1800-1970)?

    Firstly, no colonial empire has ever benefited its subjects more than it harmed them. This is the inherent nature of the Imperial system, where wealth is taken from the periphery into the interior for the purpose of the benefit of the interior. There is no 'benevolent' colonial power as...
  18. Lab-Lib pact plausibility check

    I mean it is still a party led by Clement Davies, though having Sinclair not lose his seat and maintaining a slightly adjusted version of the 20 points plan from 1945 could be doable. Any idea on just how that might sit with Labour? I'm kind of defaulting towards an assumption that any minority...
  19. Lab-Lib pact plausibility check

    Does anyone have any idea on how long a hypothetical Tory-UUP-NLB-Liberal government would survive, and under what circumstances it might collapse?
  20. Lab-Lib pact plausibility check

    I only really assumed a Labour-Liberal pact as that was the result I wound up with, as I won most of those seats off of the Tories in the South-West and thus due to the way PMI calculates relations had thoroughly pissed off Churchill and the National Liberals. Would a reunion of the Liberals and...