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justinroyek wrote:Well I do not like the current Axis & Allies map of the Soviet Union because I think that it's wrong. I have a map from National Geographic that says otherwise.
Imperious leader wrote:'Territory' works too. It looks strange printing on the map area, zone, or province. Region is possible, but English maps use Territory so well go with that.but it is nevertheless often translated as "area", "zone", "province", or "region".
I don't have any maps that use these other terms.
Is this really a "false name" when Pennsylvania translated into English means "Penn's Woods?" from Latin. What about Alabama? That comes from a Native American name.On December 5, 1936, Kuybyshev Krai was transformed into Kuybyshev Oblast (Russian: Ку́йбышевская о́бласть, tr. Kuybyshevskaya Oblast; IPA: [ˈkujbɨʂɨfskəjə ˈobləstʲ]) upon the adoption of the 1936 Soviet Constitution.[
Do you know that many famous people have these endings in their names? There's Chaykovskiy the composer or Dostoyevskiy, the famous writer or Natalya Poklonskaya, the infamous prosecutor of the Crimea.Imperious leader wrote:Well at least you got rid of the 20 territories with the "Skaya" or "skiy" ending. I'm sure they were not on the map. AS for your first map, about 4 out of 6 were incorrect. Now it's almost like my map. Good Job.