Recreated Countries

Blog Series by BigGeographyGuy

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is today an Intergovernmental Military Alliance made up of 30 countries concentrated in Europe and North America. In this blog, I will be explaining the alliance's features if the entire union united into one country. Enjoy! :)

The British Empire was the largest empire in history and it would be interesting to think what would happen if it reunited today in 2021. This is my first ever blog so tell me what you think and let me know if there are any things I have missed which you think I should include. Enjoy!

The European Union is one of the largest organizations in the world with 26 member states in 2021 and it would be interesting to think about what would happen if it united into a single entity. This is my opinion of how things would unfold for this economic powerhouse and I hope you enjoy it! :)

The French Colonial Empire was one of the largest empires ever. However, history was cruel to the empire and over time, it gradually lost its might and colonies until all that's left today is just a few scattered overseas territories. But what if it reunited to its exact borders in 1921 today? Also, thanks to RLL for giving me this idea.

At its territorial peak in 1942, the Japanese Empire was one of the largest empires its time had ever seen. However, the empire gradually came to an end after continuous invasions from allied powers in World War II, till it finally ceased to exist in 1945. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 20th century. Enjoy! :)

The Mongol Empire was the largest land empire in human history and at its territorial height in 1279, it controlled contiguous land all the way from South Korea to Poland. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today. Enjoy! :)

The Ottoman Empire was one of the most dominant powers in Eastern Europe and the Middle East at its territorial height in 1683. However, over time, it gradually lost its power and land until it finally collapsed at the end of WWI in 1918. But what if it reunited today to its exact borders today? Also, thanks to RLL for giving me this idea.

The Portuguese Empire was one of the largest and leading empires in the world during the Discovery of the New World. However, as time passed by, they gradually lost power and influence in South America and India, later granting independence to its prized colony, Brazil... But what if this great Empire reunited today? Enjoy! :)

At its height in 117AD, the Roman Empire was one of the most powerful and influential powers in the world at the time. Its territory stretched from Hadrian's Wall, in the United Kingdom, all the way to Baghdad, in Iraq, and Sudan, in North Africa. However, over time, it gradually lost its power and land it had once controlled and finally, it lost the siege of Rome to invading Germanic Tribes in the 5th Century AD. But.... What if the Roman Empire Reunited Today? Enjoy! :)

The Spanish Empire was the fourth-largest empire in the world and at its height in the 16 and 17th centuries, it controlled a formidable amount of land area. But gradually, over time, the empire slowly lost its power and faded into history till it ceased to exist in 1976. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today. Enjoy! :)

At its height in 780AD, the Tibetan Empire was one of the largest continuous land empires known to mankind at the time at controlled pretty much all of of modern-day Western China and stretched even as far east as Indochina. However, like all empires, this one came and went, vanishing into forgotten history. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century.

The Umayyad Caliphate was one of the largest empires in history and during its peak point, it was the most powerful empire in the world! It would be interesting to think what would happen if the caliphate reunited today to its exact borders at its peak which is what I am going to talk about in this blog. Enjoy! :)