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The Presbyterian Butcher: PostwarFreedim00The Presbyterian Butcher: Situation at War's endFreedim00TL-191 The Presbyterian Butcher: SGW Early DaysFreedim10Second Great War (situation at wars end)Freedim00Second Great War (farthest Confederate advances)Freedim00CS Soldier Second Great War (Timeline 191)Freedim60War of 1812: Alternate HistoryFreedim154TL-191: the Presbyterian ButcherFreedim50The United States of AmericaFreedim13Timeline 191 After the End: Alternate versionFreedim40American-German Cold War: Postwar AfricaFreedim10American-German Cold War: Middle East AlliancesFreedim20American-German Cold War: Western HemisphereFreedim10American-German Cold War: Postwar AsiaFreedim10American-German Cold WarFreedim30American-German Cold War: Postwar Southeast AsiaFreedim10
This is a map I drew by hand of the Second Great War in the world of Timeline 191. It details the situation at the time of the Confederacy's surrender. The map is based off of facts from the book and posts on TL-191 Filling the Gaps.
This is a map I drew by hand taking place in the world of Timeline 191. It shows the situation of the Second Great War at the height of the Battle of Pittsburgh. The map is based off of facts from the books and posts on TL-191 Filling the Gaps.