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    Ottoman Empire Map of Japan, Korea and China, 1860
    خريطة كوريا ،اليابان و الصين في عهد الامبراطورية العثمانية ، سنة 1860
    Osmanlı Japonya, Kore ve Çin Haritası, 1860


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    Cool story bro. +rep.
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    It looks extremely well for 1860, since that part of the world had been closed off for so long. I believe Korea doesn't open its borders mid 1870s.
    Who does the Purple belong to? It should be Qing China, or is it disputed between Russia and the Chinese?
    Also Sakhalin appears to be Japanese, although it is just the south and techiqually according to the Treaty of Shimoda the southern half was unofficially placed in Japan's sphere.
    What is that sectioned off portion of Shandong? Is it German Qingdao? Because that didn't happen until like the 1890s.
    Are you sure its from 1860?

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    cool, what do the different colors in china mean

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    Yes a very nice map. I'm aware that the Ottomans had unusually good maps for the time, like this one..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piri_Reis_map
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drtad View Post
    Yes a very nice map. I'm aware that the Ottomans had unusually good maps for the time, like this one..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piri_Reis_map
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    I demand this thread to steer to the Dokdo/Takeshima Island and Senkaku/Diaoyutai Island debate and troll fest.

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    I demand you to head over to the Rome 2 forums.
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    The purple area, I believe, represents territory in the process of being transferred to Russia under the 1858 treaty of Aigun.

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    Default Re: Ottoman Empire Map of Japan, Korea and China, 1860

    I must be colour blind because I see no purple

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    Default Re: Ottoman Empire Map of Japan, Korea and China, 1860

    nice

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    Default Re: Ottoman Empire Map of Japan, Korea and China, 1860

    its always cool to see historical things through another lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerg View Post
    The purple area, I believe, represents territory in the process of being transferred to Russia under the 1858 treaty of Aigun.
    Russia did not get territory of Liaoning Jilin Heilongjaing, that area would be controlled by China even though Russia and Japan would contest for influence in that area at the turn of the century.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGdood View Post
    I demand you to head over to the Rome 2 forums.
    Not my cup of tea. Besides. Rome II does not have one thing that would have made it epic and on par with Shogun II.

    They have no Date Masamune.

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    You could think of Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger as Date Masamune, with Gaius Julius Caesar playing the role of the Jinbo clan in the theatrum pompeium/siege of osaka .

    ...yes it may be a stretch. He does not have the Masamune flair.

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    I always liked Alexander Severus.

    "Whats this? Rommel knows obscure Roman emperors as well?"

    Hehehe, but its difficult to memorize the Roman names. Seriously. Really really difficult.

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    Yeah except Brutus was an evil idiot.. I'd say Caesar would be closer to Masamune
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    Datus Masumunius
    AHAHA.

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    The Ottomans Vs the Japanese, that would make an interesting battle.
    Theirs alot of history we don't really know about and alot of it is controlled by the people in power.

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    Well the Ottomans controlled the trade between East and West for several centuries. It's not strange they had a more detailed knowledge about the east tan Europeans.

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