19th century

  1. Perceptions and impacts of surviving crusader states in industrial era Europe

    Let's say that, by a combination of avoiding at least some of the unlucky breaks that did major damage to them (e.g. Stephen of Blois getting blackpilled about the crusade and abandoning it literally the day before the crusaders took Antioch and inadvertently convincing Alexios that the whole...
  2. Catherine the Average

    [From Timeline: "The Tiger's Leap"]: North America after the American Revolutionary Wars.
    Threadmarks: The Peace of Beausoleil

    A look at North America in the aftermath of the Battle of Belle Isle (July 8th 1789) and the consequent Peace of Beausoleil (July 20th 1789). It is the general historical consensus that the American Revolutionary Wars ended in July 1789, with two possible dates: some say the wars ended with the...
  3. El Decentralizado: Philippine HRE

    Starting today, every two weeks this TL shall be focused from now on, the same shall occur with the Empire TL. Two weeks for each TL.
  4. Petike

    Petike's military-related artworks and images from the Sparrow Avengers universe

    This is something of a storage and showcase thread for military-related things from my Sparrow Avengers universe. These all come from a 19th to 21st century timeline by me, inspired by the Crimson Skies setting, and inspired by a question I posed years ago. That question, aimed at frequent...
  5. Oba Cahokia

    AHC: African American nation in the South in the 19th Century

    Come up with history of this African American country with these borders by the end of 19th Century.
  6. Peru-Bolivian Confederation survives war with Chile, 1839

    The defeat of Confederation forces at the Battle of Yungay in Peru marked that short-lived nation's dissolution. The president of the Confederation, Andres de Santa Cruz, went into exile and the nation of Bolivia suffered decades of petty dictatorships. Over the next century Bolivia lost nearly...
  7. Caravels of Portugal

    WI: The Scramble for Australia

    The POD is the Napoleonic Wars. The Napoleonic Empire decisively defeats Britain and the Coalition forces, changing the course of history forever. With Britain forced to sign a humiliating and harsh peace treaty, the colonies declare themselves independent from the British Empire and adopt the...
  8. Could Edison win the AC-DC war? : Non-ASB Scenario for early room-temperature pressure-ambient superconductor

    A preprint paper indicates that a fairly simple to make room-temperature pressure-ambient superconductor has been discovered: The paper describes a material that needs materials & ceramic kiln which would be available to Thomas Edison, as well as a vacuum pressure that was first achieved by...
  9. The Philippine Empire

    Hello guys. Sorry if I am out of the spotlight for a while since I am occupied with personal matters, as well as being slowly uninterested to continue my timeline of an alternate Tondo. Ultimately, I have decided to do a third revision of the first TL of the "Philippine Empire Series" first...
  10. No Corn Laws?

    I'm not well versed on this subject, so sorry for any mistakes. The Corn Laws were regulations enacted by the British government after the end of the Napoleonic Wars to protect local grain producers from foreign competition, which had the effect of keeping food prices in Britain high while they...
  11. Mikhail Speransky doesn't fall from power?

    Keep in mind this is a subject I know next to nothing about, so there'll probably be some mistakes here and there. Mikhail Speransky was a Russian statesman whose influence reached its height during the early reign of tsar Alexander I. He was apparently a reformist, but while some of his...
  12. Metempsychosis

    Los Hijos del País v4: A Philippine TL
    Threadmarks: The Philippine Revolution (1824 - 1827)

    Hey guys, so I'm rebooting this again, again. Here's the previous iteration, if y'all are interested. The main Point of Divergence is 1823, but as I wrote before, little changes have made this world a bit different from ours. Many thanks to those who encouraged me from the beginning to write...
  13. Population growth in a stabler Mexico

    Between 1800 and 1900, the Mexican population grew from roughly 6 million to 13.6 million. The USA, however, grew its population from 5.3 million to an enormous 76.2 million. I assume this is a result of instability and lower levels of migration, and my (admittedly brief) research seems to...
  14. In my new TL, Napoleon wins ... What happens next? (Maps included)

    Every now and then I think up a new Napoleon victory scenario with a little more knowledge then before, and a different goal. This time I wanted to get Napoleon’s maximum (and extremely generous) somewhat-plausible victory based on avoiding his worst mistakes and making some good ones, and...
  15. Tondo Kingdom in the Spanish period (1571-1823)

    The timeline shall be the first of a series of TLs about an ATL Spanish Philippines, established by Legaspi and slowly decentralizes into numerous states upon the dawn of the 18th century, before I eventually return on continuing the Novales timeline.
  16. The Philippine Empire: Revolutionary War 1823-1826 (Revised)

    Note: This was a major revision of the old one since by that point, it was realized that the TL itself had become too idealistic. The threadmarks of this new thread shall be sourced from my test thread.
  17. Japanese Industrialization happens 20+ years earlier, Europe power projection in Asia is weaker, how much land does Japan want / can take?

    So I'm making another Napoleon Victory timeline, this time focused on giving Napoleon the greatest plausible victory (definitely stretching the definition of plausible). The outcome is most of Europe remains under French rule (so no Dutch, Portuguese, or Spanish empires), the Russians so badly...
  18. The Philippine Empire: Revolutionary War (1823-1827)
    Threadmarks: Introduction 1

    This alternate timeline would cover an alternate history of the Philippines, from the the year 1823, the year of Andres Novales' revolt, to the early 20th century following the end of the Philippine Revolution (1896-1899) I would first tackle of an alternate war of independence that started in...
  19. I need help figuring out my newest Napoleon Victory TL (Map included

    This time, unlike my last TL, I want to avoid France's dramatic population lag and confirm them as the #1 Power, more effectively neutering the UK and Russia. The lore this time is simple. I want to prevent Napoleon's four greatest mistakes. 1. Not Dismantling Prussia. 2. The Continental...
  20. WI Spain keeps more of the Caribbean during the 19th century?

    The Spanish Empire in continental America collapsed during the Spanish American Wars of Independence. However, not all of Spains territories in the new world were lost to Mexico, Gran Colombia, etc. Spain still had naval dominance in the caribbean, and was able to keep Cuba and Puerto Rico. They...
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