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  1. SunZi

    Um Novo Reino

    Um Novo Reino In 1474, the Castilian and Aragonese crowns united through the marriage of Queen Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand V of Aragon of 1469, giving birth to the Spanish monarchy. Nevertheless, Castile also got closer under the previous reigns with the kingdom of Portugal by different...
  2. Effect of Irish Home Rule on England?

    Suppose the UK manages to successfully implement Irish HR in 1914, say by avoiding entry to WW1 and then dealing with the ensuing unrest from the UVF, Anglo-Irish army officers, Unionists etc. How does this effect the constitutional settlement and question of powers for England when it all...
  3. Fully Seeded: A (Men's Football) World Cup Timeline
    Threadmarks: Prologue

    Fully Seeded: A (Men's Football) World Cup Timelime Prologue In 2018, Michel Platini gave an interview in which he admitted that the draw for the World Cup of twenty years earlier had been slightly rigged. The disgraced ex-UEFA president admitted that ‘a little trickery’ had been employed to...
  4. Low Alternate History?

    You know i've found an fake documentary on the BBC called "the day england stopped" in wich an small train accident causes an meltdown of britain's transport system, and it left me thinking, are there other low alternate histories? You know things that are different from OTL but not too much to...
  5. WI: David I of Scotland Won the Battle of the Standard

    During the period of British history called the Anarchy David I's looked to extend Scottish influence and control into Yorkshire as he'd already done in other parts of Northern England by launching an invasion but was defeated by William of Aumale at the Battle of the Standard on August 22...
  6. Normans Fail

    1. England The Normans never invaded England, and Edgar was crowned king. England stayed isolationist and focused on assimilating Wales and Scotland. In the 1200s, they did make several successful invasions of Northern France, creating several pales in Normandy, Brittany and the Netherlands...
  7. TheDoofusUser

    WI : Henry V outlives Charles V, Charles VI, and Louis III

    Here's a question that's been on my mind as I've started looking at the HYW and I read a few threads on Henry V outliving either Charles VI and Charles VII and on a thread (this one) about the latter, one person suggested the idea of Louis III Duke of Anjou, who OTL died in 1434 of Malaria...
  8. Culturally Dual England- How to achieve?

    My goal is to create a timeline where there are two Britain’s as of 2022: One group that’s speaks English and is aligned more with the Continent; The other pagan group which is more in touch with Nordic/British roots. I don’t think things would be as clear cut, however. Some English are pagan...
  9. Early French Victory in 100 Years War and its Effects.

    What would be the consequences of the French managing to fully expel the English of french territory (including the Channel Islands and Calais) earlier than OTL? How would the development of centralization in the French kingdom would go? How would this French ascendancy impact the rest of Europe...
  10. What happends to Scotland if Normans don't conquer england

    I always hear two separate arguments that with out the Norman conquest the English would have conquered Scotland since they're not distracted by wars with France On the other hand I have heard arguments the English were not interested in northern expansion so if duke William looses to the...
  11. Industrialization if Spanish conquer England

    will Industrialization still happen like in OTL if Spanish armada succeeded or Anglo Iberian union by son of Philip II and Mary I. How will Spanish crown treat English economy? would they create stock exchange, central bank and royal academy or would they suppress them?
  12. USA if Spanish conquer England

    would USA still come to exist like in OTL if Spanish armada succeeded or Anglo Iberian union by son of Philip II and Mary I. Since USA defeated fascism and communism will Spanish crown allow english to setup self governing colonies in North America ?
  13. Bailey of Aragon

    Tudor Twins V2: A Tudor TL
    Threadmarks: Chapter One: Secured, all the same

    PART 1: THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII (1516 - ) "My Spanish Pomegranate went into birth in the twilight hours of the 17th of February 1516, while the rest of the court and I eagerly awaited news of her birth and her survival, for I could not bear to lose her, but alas, in the small hours of the 18th...
  14. RedKing

    A Reversal of Fates: A Timeline
    Threadmarks: Prologue - A Reversal of Fates

    A Reversal of Fates: A Timeline Late October 1497 was a busy time for Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain. Their only son and heir, John had recently married the Austrian Archduchess Margaret, who in the few months since their marriage was already pregnant with their first child. Isabella and...
  15. A Second York Queen: Margaret Plantagenet marries Henry VII
    Threadmarks: Westminster, London, Autumn 1489

    Westminster, London, Autumn of 1489 "Henry. Queen Elizabeth of York is dead." told Lady Margaret Beaufort to her son, King Henry Tudor of England. "She died giving birth to a girl, a healthy, beautiful baby girl." she smiled weekly. Margaret had grown a certain fondness for her Yorkist...
  16. Euphemios

    What historically spurred London to become such a hotbed of dissent?

    The city: Chased out Queen Matilda during the Anarchy, 1141, Openly supported Louis the Lion in his invasion during the Barons' War, 1215-, Opened its gates to the insurrectionaries during the Peasants' Revolt, 1381-, Locked out the Lancastrians under Margaret of Anjou during the Readeption...
  17. GameBawesome

    WI: Rule of the Major-Generals = England's Sengoku Jidai?

    So, some context. In the 1650s, during the rule of Oliver Cromwell, he tried to institute what can be best described as a military dictatorship in the Commonwealth. England and Wales were divided into eleven regions, each governed by a major-general who were Puritans, Congregationalist reformers...
  18. kasumigenx

    Eleanor’s two failed marriage
    Threadmarks: The second failed marriage

    On the latter part of 1158, after giving birth to a death son, William(1153) and three daughters, Matilda(1155), Eleanor(1156) and Joanna(1157), Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine is now divorced the second time around and negotiated the annulment of the betrothal her daughter Marie with the house of...
  19. WI: Edward II is actually competent ruler

    Edward of Caernarfon was the eldest surviving son of King Edward I of England and only surviving son of his first wife, Eleanor of Castille - and because of that, he was - among other things -heir apparent and the first "English Prince of Wales". But all in all,king was most of the time was...
  20. Joan of Arc Champion of the English

    Looking into threads about the Hundreds Years War and the importance of Orleans, it got me wondering what would have happened if Joan of Arc visions told her to fight for the English rather than expel them like in OTL. What would have been her first course of action with such a mentality...
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