Ill Bethisad: SE Asia? (was: Rant: Defending Indonesian (was:
|From:||John Cowan <jcowan@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 1, 2002, 20:17|
Steg Belsky scripsit:
We know about the original American colonies, but not how they grew.
seems to be the most
> 'complete' one out there, since it has links to many other Ill Bethisad
> pages. However, the Map of North America doesn't contain the latest
> information about the borders of Nouvelle France and various NAL/SLC
> areas like Mueva Sefarad, New Scotland, Nunavik, and the Haudenosaunee,
> As far as i know, no one has touched southern Asia (east of Iran) yet,
> except for some mention of Tibet, China, Japan, and Japanese influence on
> Russia. So it looks like South-East Asia is incognita so far.
Yes, I agree.
> i remember seeing something on a tAonstat Eirenn (which i'm sure i'm
> misspelling) having colonies or former colonies in Australia.
I would rather say that there are lots of Gaelic-speakers there.
Ireland didn't become independent until 1922, rather late for the
There is a Russo-British Condominium in Western Australia, though,
where people take joint loyalty oaths to Queen Di and Mother Russia.
Mung only knows how that got started.
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