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Here is a map of an alternate British Empire, in which it had resulted from an English victory against France during the Hundred Years' War, as well as the assassination of George Washington. Before the revolution, and without France, they easily claim the Louisiana region as well as large parts of Canada and the whole of the Thirteen Colonies and the Northwest Territories. As a result, the British Empire wins the Revolutionary War and eventually begins it's expansion on most of Europe, since France was already conquered. This meant that the Napoleonic Wars never existed. The British then focus on their dominance over India in need of rice and tea while they annex Afghanistan. By the mid-19th century, the British begin forming colonies in Africa, Oceania, and Asia, although some African tribes resisted an remain independent. Even southern parts of China have been taken over, due to British dominance within Indochina. During that time, however, a man named Karl Marx had founded the ideology of Communism, after witnessing the harsh struggles within the now industrialized empire. By 1910, with highly advanced technology, as a result of the victory against the American colonists years earlier, the Ottoman Empire collapses, along with Central America. By 1950, the British Empire eventually ends up in a Cold War with the Soviet Union, but only to succeed once again by 1973, after outspending it's rival, although leading into an economic crisis. Eventually, by 1986, the economy recovered quickly and thus led into an invasion towards Argentina and Chile, in response to a failed Argentine attempt to claim the Falkland Islands. In this alternate timeline, Britain remains the dominant power in the globe, banning French, Spanish, and other non-English languages within it's borders.
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If Britain has already beaten France, why is the map of the African colonies like that, since France, Portugal, Belgium, and Italy aren't competition is see no reason why their African colonies would be shaped like that