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Discussion in 'Quackenbush's' started by Joe Fan, Jun 13, 2016.
this is kinda of cool
Some bad maps
What fascinates me is that over 3000 years, China took and lost all kinds of territory up and down and across Asia, but apparently never conquered Korea, which is right there for the taking--well, apparently not for the taking.
The Japanese did from 1910 through 1945
I am angry to find out the "Neutral Strip" in the Panhandle went to Oklahoma. Stolen, no doubt, gawdamn dirty thieving dirt burglars.
Japanese Empire at its greatest extent, 1943
I've been watching the Man in the High Castle; Japan apparently had another couple of good years in that story.
Is that series worth the time? I have it via Amazon but havent tuned in
The Spanish Empire at its greatest extent
More people live inside the circle than live outside it
Wow. Sorry for the 6 month delay. I think it's a good series, but t maybe I am easy to please. It is an interesting idea, based on a book.
This is a fragment of a map of the New World prepared by Piri Reis, a Turkish cartographer, who apparently made it drawing upon Columbus' lost map (which was in the hands of a Spaniard when the Ottomans took him as a slave).
It was presented to Sultan Selim I in 1517, after Egypt was conquered.
Cuba was the key to the new world—Florida didn’t interest them as much, from the looks of it.
I find the whole thing fascinating
Think if you were one of those first sailors - "heck yeah I'm going"
Thanks @Joe Fan for reviving this thread. I have had 2 likes today that were waaaaay overdue.
And another one! Gloriosky!
I read your headline as "if you like Naps "
During this lockdown naps are kinda cool
But these MAPS are way cooler.
Just re-balancing your karma with a random poop! lol
Yep. Keep me in line man.