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  1. Peninsular War: A Spanish victory at Tudela?

    After the great Spanish victory at Bailén, which resulted in the surrender of almost 20.000 French troops and the collapse of their position in the Iberian Peninsula, Napoleon launched a massive offensive involving more than 250.000 soldiers. The Spanish army, vastly outnumbered on the...
  2. The Catholic Monarchs: Second Generation
    Threadmarks: Change of Fate

    Juan, Prince of Asturias dies in the January of 1491 of an illness not recognized. That would leave his elder sister Isabel of Aragon as heir-presumptive to the thrones Castile and Aragon with Juana as second in line. In this universe, Isabel and Ferdinand decided to stop waiting and arrange...
  3. The Braganzas flee to Brazil in 1762?

    Spain invaded Portugal three times in 1762 as a part of the Seven Years' War, but their attempts to conquer their smaller neighbor failed miserably thanks to the scorched earth and guerrilla tactics adopted by the Portuguese. What if the invaders were able to protect their supply lines more...
  4. kasumigenx

    Magellan in China
    Threadmarks: Magellan in China

    On April 1521, Magellan expedition would be washed north west from Guam to a certain island which was green for him in which he would call as The land of Savages which would be later be known as Formosa to the Portuguese where in some of his own crew would die being killed by the natives, he...
  5. Xenophonte

    WI Margarita Teresa Queen of Spain?

    This is a WI of the Spain and the Habsburgs History with very y possibilities that I thought worth to explore... What would have been the consequences both for Spain and Europe of the last male Spanish Habsburg heir (the future Carlos ll of Spain). Either being still born or as at the time...
  6. kasumigenx

    Death of the Mad Queen
    Threadmarks: Death of the Mad Queen

    Philip would arrive in Burgundy, he would remarry to Margaret of Brandenburg-Ansbach securing ties with the Hohenzollerns in Brandenburg. Philip would arrive in Burgundy only to find his own son, Charles, Archduke of Austria dead as well due to an illness leaving behind daughters in his own...
  7. jacksonkelly_art

    DESCENDANTS OF THE BOATS - Great Powers of Latin America TL

    Before You Read This is an alternate history series documenting the creation and the conflicts surrounding The former colonies of a much more powerful, rich and democratic Spanish Empire. How these more stable and established States came to build their national mythos, and build a new...
  8. GameBawesome

    WI/AHC: Catarina of Portugal becomes ruler of Portugal

    During the War of Portuguese Succession, there were many claimants for the Portuguese Throne, but two major ones. First was being Philip II of Spain, the eventually winner which create the Iberian Union, and António, Prior of Crato, an illegitimate grandson of Manuel I of Portugal. However...
  9. 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...
  10. Catalan attempt of independence ( 2017-present )

    2017 , The now famous Catalan Independence referendum is held , it controversially passes , the Catalan Government declares independence, Spain sends in it's martial forces and the Catalan Government flees to Brussels. Till this point, it's the same as in our timeline. What if , Spain's...
  11. Carlos Casis

    WI: question is there any possible way that Jose I of Spain can keep his throne, extra points if he keeps all or most of his colonies
    Threadmarks: Question

    One question, is there a plausible way to keep Jose I of Spain on his throne, as far as I have read, he was a beloved king in Naples and was a great administrator, so in the long term his mandate benefits Spain, extra points if he manages to keep all or most of its colonies and more bonus points...
  12. AHC: Make the Spanish Civil War even worse

    the Spanish civil war took what is assumed to be from 500,000 to 1,000,000 lives. Many factions existed during the war, but the main two were the Fascists and the Republicans. Would it be possible to make this even more split? How so? I know this is a dark challenge, and I have no ill-will...
  13. Michael of Peace: A Collaborative TL
    Threadmarks: July 1500 - Survival of Miguel de la Paz

    July 1500 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella's great hope for the unification of all Iberian Kingdoms into one, Prince Miguel de la Paz survives a worrying sickness after he is put under the care of a "stout" converso wet-nurse who served Queen Isabella in the Alhambra. Converso milk and...
  14. 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...
  15. 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?
  16. 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 ?
  17. Hijos del Pueblo: a (somehow) libertarian Spanish Republic
    Threadmarks: 1- July 17, 1936: the uprising in Morocco.

    1- July 17, 1936: the uprising in Morocco. It was the scheduled day. Colonel Eduardo Sáenz of Buruaga and the rest of the conspiracy’s General Staff of the Protectorate met at the Indigenous Regular Force headquarters in Tetouan. They would take control of Morocco as soon as Franco arrived in...
  18. 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...
  19. A Son of Spain (and Austria)
    Threadmarks: I. Un Milagro, Un Milagro Principe.

    A SON OF SPAIN (AND AUSTRIA) 22nd of June, 1498. Salamanca, Castile. Chaos was in the air. Or rather, in the Dowager Princess of Asturias and Girona's birthing chamber. Midwives, some of the most experienced and revered in all of Spain were positioned all over the chamber, scrambling around to...
  20. the legacy of 1848
    Threadmarks: Chapter One

    Welcome to this timeline that will talk about the spring of different countries with some adjustments that may affect Europe and the world And I hope you'll try to help me make the timeline look as cool as possible and help me correct any mistakes if any. Hope you like the schedule, and let's...
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