The distance from the border of German occupied Russia to Berlin is like 4.5 inches and thats not gonna do any good for stacking pieces. It will swamp all of europe. It needs to be double that at least. I dunno about all the extra territories in Europe though. If they were more square or hexagon instead of triangular (they strike me as triangular, maybe it’s just me) it would be better, I think. The distance from the border of German occupied Russia to Berlin is like 4.5 inches and thats not gonna do any good for stacking pieces. It will swamp all of europe. It needs to be double that at least. I believe in its merits except I think if you get rid of the idea of including the useless north Canadian and North Russian land and cut off the south and lastly drag the north american continent close to Europe, you can be default enlarge Europe about 40% w/o losing or stretching. I think you will need to add some text thats similar in each case to what we have under the PDF’s that are still around. An alternative is to make one slight change… The eastern side of Russia is rather longated due to the projection you obtained is based on the projection of the globe as round. If you pushed only the edge of Soviet Union you would get more space. Ill try and you can have a look. I selected this map projection because I have to slice North America and the rectangular world map is easiest to warp around. Yes thats a good point. Best to find a projection thats flattering to Europe in a way where its accurate but will allow it to look larger by other means. If your starting out with a map that has a view of the land continents as a longer than usual aesthetic then Europe will be too small and the map will have to be made larger. I didn’t reset your tokens or sea borders…only the land territory’s. it looks like a normal map except Greenland was reduced as was the north/south and east/west borders of your three main land masses. map is not 8 foot wide. Thanks for the .ai map. I have had no luck in locating a freeware copy (anyone now of an .ai vector map like this with the 1939 borders Ok then how many inches is both playable and cool? I think 15 is a great break even point because any smaller and its too crowded. I printed out a actual size sheet of German occupied Russia and its decent. The only changes to get to that point were reduction on positions that normally are not played of the map ( s America, far north Soviet Union) Also, you want to be able to pass thru the north pole? then why waste board space on sea zones that cut all the way over to Alaska? Thanks for the .ai map. I have had no luck in locating a freeware copy (anyone now of an .ai vector map like this with the 1939 borders Source.