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  1. REDUX: Place In The Sun: What If Italy Joined The Central Powers?
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    KAISER WILHELM THE TENTH PROUDLY PRESENTS: I must begin by thanking all the readers and commentators who made the original Place In the Sun what it was! Well over two hundred people actively participated in the original thread, and countless more read and liked without commenting. With your...
  2. Spanish Civil War if Germany won WW1

    So let’s say Germany wins WW1 in 1916 because Italy joined the Central Powers a year earlier. What would the effects of this be on the Spanish Civil War? Would it still happen?
  3. Alternative Italian Colonialism

    Hi, I'm new to the uchronic forum and I don't know English very well, so I apologize for any grammatical errors I have made. I was recently working on a small Timeline on an Alternative Italian Colonialism, I hope you like it.
  4. A Sardinia wank in the 18th century?

    While Sardinia-Piedmont didn't expand its territory in a way comparable to that of its German counterpart, Prussia, it nevertheless held up relatively well in the turbulent atmosphere of the 18th century, retaining its independence and, most remarkably, its native dynasty (the only italian...
  5. WI: Palmiro Togliatti killed in 1948

    https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Pallante Leader of the Italian Communist Party Palmiro Togliatti was shot by an anti communist student in 1948 after the elections, in response the italian general confederation of labor called a strike, violence was specially bad in regions like...
  6. ImperialxWarlord

    Effects of a surviving Kingdom of Italy or successful reconquest by Justinian.

    What effects would either of these three situations have: 1) The Ostrogoths never invade Italy or Odoacer defeats them. 2) A surviving Ostrogothic kingdom, perhaps Justinian doesn’t invade. 3) Justinian does invade the Ostrogoths but does it right and it goes as quickly and successful as in...
  7. Neutral Italy in WWII

    Lets say that in the aftermath of the Treaty of Munich, France accepted Italy's territorial demands. This, combined with the urging of his own commanders not to go to war, is enough to convince Mussolini to not enter the war on the side of Hitler, instead, he decides to go along with Franco and...
  8. Would Italy still join WW1 in this scenario?

    The Austro-Hungarian Second Army initially isn't deployed against Serbia, it gets sent to East Galicia in accordance to the warplans. As a result, A-H forces in East Galicia manage to halt the Russian advance for the time being. The A-H Fourth Army doesn't get ordered to reinforce the retreating...
  9. Neutral Italy during WW1: Fate of the Dodecanese?

    According to the 1912 Treaty of Ouchy which ended the Italo-Turkish War, the Italians were obligated the return the Dodecanese Islands to the Ottoman Empire once the latter fulfilled its peace obligation. Before the islands could have been returned however, the Ottoman Empire got involved in...
  10. What if Italy won ww2?

    Hi! I was interested in creating an AT where Italy win ww2 while Germany still lose it. The idea is that an event like this is big enough to create a different modern era but not so much to change it completely. Long story short: Italy is somehow really competent and manage to get most of his...
  11. A richer Italy post-1947

    Could Italy have risen to the same level of development as the Rhine region? Northern Italy is doing excellent in terms of economic development, but the Italian average is drawn back by southern Italy and Sicily. Could the south be in a better economic state post-WW2? Could the years of Lead and...
  12. Roman Political Revival

    It's the late 1300s and the war of the eight saints have just kicked off. Italian city states ( mostly the Republics ) vs the French Pope . What if , somehow, seeing the current pope as nothing but an illegitimate pupet the population of the city of Rome itself revolt . Seeing this as a chance...
  13. Alessandro de Medici isn't assassinated?

    Alessandro de Medici, known as "the Moor" because his dark complexion, was the first member of his family to control Florence as a hereditary ruler, with the title of duke. However, he was assassinated by a cousin, Lorenzaccio, after being in power for just four years and a few months, and was...
  14. Fernando d'Ávalos betrays Charles V, becomes king of Naples?

    Fernando d'Ávalos was a Neapolitan condottiero of Aragonese origin who fought in the Italian Wars, most specifically the War of the League of Cambrai and the War of 1521-1526. He was, during the latter, one of the main commanders of the imperial army, and played an important role in the...
  15. TheDoofusUser

    WI - Imperial France and Royal Germany

    So I've seen this asked a dozen or so times on this thread, but what if we had France be the HRE and Germany be the Royal state IOTL. Let's say, in the 843 Treaty of Verdun, Middle Francia is given Flanders and Switzerland but West Francia is given Burgundy and Provence. In the Partition of...
  16. No March on Rome -> no Primo de Rivera coup in Spain?

    According to Wikipedia, Primo de Rivera's coup was at least partly influenced by Mussolini's March on Rome. Supposing it's true, what effects could said event's nonoccurance have on Spain? Could this lead to the Abandonistas' triumph and the abandonment of the Rif's interior? What reactions...
  17. 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...
  18. WI: Victor Emmanuel III killed in 1912

    On the 14th of March 1912, an anarchist factory worker shot tree bullets at Victor Emmanuel III's carriage, but missed him and only injured one of the officers who were escorting him. What if instead VE III was killed? His heir Umberto II was only eight years old so a regency would have to be...
  19. AHC: Spain and Italy as one country

    Challenge: With a modern (that is, post-1453), create a scenario where the territories of OTL Spain and Italy are united into one country. The current nation can annex more territories than those countries during it's history, but Spain and Italy should still compromise at least 70% of its...
  20. Semi-successful 1848 Revolutions

    So, I was just thinking about an alternate outcome for the 1848 Revolutions and I was wondering how plausible the scenario is, potential PoDs, and and how it might affect the future of Europe. The results of the Revolutions are: Constitutional monarchy, either Legitimist or Orleanist, in...
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