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The Azawaj Federation by rubberduck3y6 The Azawaj Federation by rubberduck3y6
The map shows the Azawaj Federation upon its independence from Britain in 1963. The Federation consists of the three states of West Sudan, Niger and Tineretia which had previously formed the British Central Africa Federation. While each state has its own government (based in Gao, Niamey and Zinder), the country's economic and political heartland is Niger state which is also the most populous state followed by Tineretia and West Sudan. 
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Jeroville Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2018
This would be very unrealistic for one reason:

The majority of the population would be Hausa and not Berbers
Why not only taking Agadez from Niger?
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grisador Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018
Awesome work ! :nod:
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RavenHeart1984 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Professional Traditional Artist
good job
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DaneOfScandinavy Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great work, very interesting borders!
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Todyo1798 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I take it Germany and Britain dogpiled France?
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rubberduck3y6 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
They did indeed.
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What exactly would warrant this? A fascist Britain emerging at the same time as a nazi Germany? 
If that's the case, then i wouldn't expect decolonization to happen before 2000.
I'd prefer a PoD in Georges Boulanger taking over the French government, declaring war on Germany ASAP, and winning (the French army was in pretty good shape compared to Germany in the early 1890's). After that, Boulanger ends up angering the British in colonial squabbles, and a new war happens, one which proto-fascist France loses. 
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rubberduck3y6 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It is a fascist France that Britain and Germany fight against, but one that emerges after WW1 during the 1930s.
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BadgingBadger Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018
Oh.
More French army mutinies in 1917-18 could have caused this, perhaps as a result of Germany gaining more ground during the Spring Offensive.
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