Taken from the book “The Breakdown of Nations” by Leopold Kohr, 1957, Appendix VIII.
This map by Leopold Kohr, also an addendum to his book ‘The Breakdown of Nations’ (1957). Kohr probably realised that dividing Europe into rectangular, US-style states would clash with the ‘tribal’ makeup of the Old Continent’s culturally diverse peoples. So he modified that idea to propose a European federation of “little states”: still too small to cause harm, but more in line with Europe’s ethnic composition.
- Yugoslavia breaks up into Croatia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Serbia and Macedonia.