interwar

  1. Kantai Kessen

    Colorado-class in Washington Naval Treaty

    The Colorado-class battleships were the last Standard-type ships the USN would ever build: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorado-class_battleship Originally four ships were planned: Colorado, Maryland, Washington and West Virginia. However, with the development of the Washington Naval Treaty...
  2. RelentlessFlowOfTime

    AHC: Socialism in Interwar Africa

    I've been looking into socialist movements during the interwar era and can't find much on it's influence in Africa. I was wondering if there was a chance for a socialist state to establish itself anywhere in Africa during the interwar period or even just a major socialist movement somewhere on...
  3. LaFinchy1492

    Alsatian Third

    Shortly after World War 1, Germany was forced to relinquish control over Alsace back to France. However, During the Beginning on the 20's, The still majority German population grew unhappy of French Rule and sought to secede as a united Alsatian nation-state. So on the 17th of July, 1921. Much...
  4. Gukpard

    Soft power of an far right Germany in the 1930s.

    So, the third Reich did have some soft power OTL and some countries around the globe got German military missions and adopted some aspects of Naziism, to the point that the US made the arsenal of democracy doctrine to win over Latin America to counter the nazi influence there. As anything...
  5. What if Gavrilo Princip lived a few more years?

    I imagined what would have happened if Gavrilo did not die in 1918, and lived a few more years (at least in the early 20's) to see the birth of the future Yugoslavia.
  6. AHC/WI Austria-Hungary survives an Entente victory mostly intact?

    Is it possible for Austria-Hungary to survive intact but still have Germany and the Ottomans collapse? If so, how does this affect the interwar period and the rise of the Nazis? Are the Nazis just butterflied away? Can Germany even annex a surviving Austria-Hungary, given how weak Germany was...
  7. No Armoured Carriers.

    What would happen if the Admiral Reginald Henderson, does not get his way? In 1937 British laid down 4 new Carriers of the Illustrious class, and they were designed to prioritise Armour protection over other attributes, with their Armoured Box design, which in turn limited the amount of...
  8. Višeslav

    Fatherland Falls

    FATHERLAND FALLS A Collaborative TL of the Interwar Years & Beyond Fatherland Falls is a closed collaborative timeline, so a few people are authoring it but we're not really looking for more contributors. The main guys on the project are @HeX @mikroraptor & myself, though I think Mikro & I are...
  9. सार्थक (Sārthākā)

    Engelbert Dollfuss pulls an early Franco -Restores Otto von Habsburg

    what if in early 1934, Engelbert Dollfuss restored the Austrian monarchy with Otto Von Habsburg at its helm? And during the chaos of transition he is still assassinated allowing Otto to outmanoeuvre the radicals in the Austrian government and set up at least a semi-democratic government? What...
  10. AHC: Have the KPAM survive past 1931

    As it says on the tin. Make the Korean People's Association in Manchuria, an anarcho-communist political formation in East Asia, survive longer than 1931. Bonus points if you are able to provide a scenario where it takes over Japanese Korea during or after WWII. A starting point could be having...
  11. Basileus_Komnenos

    AHC: Best Case Scenario for Austro-Hungarian/Habsburg Restoration After WW1

    Devise a scenario where the Habsburgs are restored to power after losing WWI> A pod that comes to mind is the Habsburg attempt at retaking the Hungarian Crown which fell through after Kaiser Karl's death in Portugal. What's the best the Habsburgs could do here assuming they manage to retake...
  12. What if the French Family Vote Model was passed in 1923?

    In 1916, French Féderation républicaine parliamentarian delegate Roulleaux-Dugage, building on French interest in improving the national birth rate and solidifying paternal authority in the family, proposed a family vote model which would give fathers a vote for every child they had, as well as...
  13. Romanian-Hungarian and Serb-Hungarian population exchange after WWI

    What if somewhere after WWI (maybe after result of Trianon Threaty) Hungary and Romania agree or has been forced to exchange the popluation in such way: the Hungarians and Szeklers would be deported to Northern-Western teritories of OTL Romania (Oradea, Bihor, Salay, Satu Mare, Baia Mare) and...
  14. What If King Faisal Of Syria Dies Instead Of Being Just "Ejected" From Syria? Or What If He Lives Longer?

    As the titles say, what would happen in the case of this two possible events?
  15. Defense of DEI?

    I was wondering, what could be done differently by the Dutch in Interwar period and before Japanese attack, to make Japanese conquest of DEI longer and costlier? I tried searching online, but I have not had much success. They did have some decent submarines, some good ideas how to use them...
  16. JEF_300

    Ivan Kolev Survives

    This video from The Great War is a great introduction to this man, if you don't know of him. And his Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Kolev_(general) He died on 29 of July 1915, in Vienna while being treated for tuberculosis (according to the Great War; Wikipedia just said...
  17. The Whole World's A Stage: A Timeline of Artists and Madmen
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1: A Crimson Storm Brews

    A Prologue "One of the most notable casualties of the Battle of Verdun was Generalmajor Waldermar Pabst, who served as commander of a cavalry brigade in the VI. Armee-Korps under General der Kavallerie Georg von der Marwitz. According to record, Pabst was inspecting a unit of cavalry when he...
  18. Ghastly Victories: The United States in the World Wars
    Threadmarks: Part 1-1, Popular History, New Unofficial History, Revisionist Viewpoints, Assassinations, European Wars

    Ghastly Victories: The United States in the World Wars A TL by RamscoopRaider Part I: The Great War …Muhamed Mehmedbašić, perhaps the most infamous name in modern history. The one man who more than anything ended the golden age of the Long Nineteenth Century and brought on the horrors of...
  19. AHC/WI: Make Fascism (or a similar ideology) take power in France before WWII

    Ever since I read Neither Left Nor Right: Fascist Ideology in France by Zeev Stirnhell, I've been intrigued by his central thesis that Fascism wasn't an only Italian/German affair, and the most of the policies espoused by later fascist regimes (anti-democracy, Corporatist economics, to some...
  20. सार्थक (Sārthākā)

    1930s British Sanity Options (Economy, Navy, Airforce and Army)

    So with a PoD starting from the Wall Street Crash, you need to make the British economy stronger and provide better sanity options for the British Air Ministry, Admiralty and the Army.
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