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Nazi Victory Map -PART 4- by Totentanz0 Nazi Victory Map -PART 4- by Totentanz0
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:iconlordalania:
LordALania Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014
Why does Japan has Acapulco?
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Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
Apparently there is some evidence that there was a Japanese plan advocating the conquest of Acapulco to establish a base there.
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cruzkit Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2014
Great map! Questions though: Why would Nazi Germany ever share North America? I could see the Japanese Empire taking islands near Alaska...mainly as a buffer, but with limited natural resources-Battling the Russians, Chinese and the British I would think that she would be content with an Asian Empire. My views are mainly based on the fact that the United States did everything it her power to stay out of both great wars. A strong view, at the time, was that Europe should deal with her own problems. I feel that a strong resistance against any war would weaken a strong response against Germany or Japan until it was to late. Once she did "wake up" to a Nazi Europe I feel she would agree to disagree then to wage a full out war. (Think Cold War).

Of course once Nazi Germany control much of the world-ex Japan-she would be in a stronger stance to invade or at least control North America. What may be a surprise is that she may not have to invade at all. There was a much strong kin ship with Germany (Europe) then there was (Asia) Japan.
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LouisTheFox Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your work inspires me. But how did you make the text for cities on the map? Did you text editor or dd you draw it on there?
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Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2014
I usually draw them (the "Latin" text, not the "Chinese"). These characters are too little to be made with any font I'm aware of.
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Strelet9 Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013
Where did you get this information? This is the best WWII research I have ever seen!
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Rajalyoko23 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013  Student General Artist
>manira

WTF IS WITH YOU
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Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013
Don't you like the R?
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:iconrajalyoko23:
Rajalyoko23 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013  Student General Artist
No, just.... "Manira" means "Breaking" in tagalog.

it's just... degrading for well, my culture.
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Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013
Oh! Now I understand. That’s an unfortunate, and I fear inevitable, coincidence. Are you familiar with the romanization of Japanese? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romaniza…

I don’t speak Tagalog but apparently “Manira” could also mean “reside; dwell”:
tagalog.pinoydictionary.com/se…
www.tagalog-dictionary.com/cgi…
That would be a nice meaning.
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