As I said before it is an interesting twist on the concept of Yugoslavia, whether Keperry intended it to be or not. Although its doubtful such a kingdom would survive for long in its timeline, at least it gave us a nice Inkscape map to look at. Not bad for Keperry's first MotF entry.
Honorable mentions this week go out to "Let's Split: the End of the Kingdom of Belgium" by Iserlohn and "Ulster Rising: Irish Alt History in a shade of Orange" by KapiTod. If you want more mappy goodness, check out this 1937 map imagining how Japan might attack the west coast of the United States, via Slate.
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