Jiří Hurt - photographer

Jiří Hurt - photographer

Jiří Hurt - photographer
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Based upon analysis of historical documents, plans, and motivations, this is a highly accurate conceptualization of how Europe's borders would appear if the Central Powers had been victorious in the First World War. The German Empire's borders would expand largely Eastward and partly in the West. Austria-Hungary would have taken the Venetia region of Italy and notable portions of Russian Poland, like the city of Lublin. Bulgaria sought more Greek lands and parts of eastern Serbia.

Alternate History Weekly Update: Map Monday: Europe After a Central Powers Victory by Blomma

Other Europe (Final) by Mars-FM on DeviantArt

Rome Broken But Alive by Parasky

Here's something I've been thinking up for a while, a Rome that fell apart much differently from the one we know. Rome Broken But Alive

Territories lost by the Ottoman Empire in the Middle East before World War I

What the Middle East looked like in 1914 This is a pivotal year, during the Middle East's gradual transfer from 500 years of Ottoman rule

(As a note, I'm aware how ASB this is, but the prompt was kinda ASB to begin with. Sorry if it's too weird, though!  Also, sorry about the lack of editing, I didn't have much time! D &#82...

(As a note, I'm aware how ASB this is, but the prompt was kinda ASB to begin with. Sorry if it's too weird, though! Also, sorry about the lack of editing, I didn't have much time! D &#82...