Based on the real-world United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine (down to the use of the same color scheme), this map purports to be the work of an international commission for the “Bohemian Question.”
The scenario has ethnic Czechs rising up against a Sudetengerman-led government after the Second World War. The Sudetenland was annexed by Nazi Germany in 1938, with the acquiescence of France and the United Kingdom — but without the involvement of what was then Czechoslovakia. In the real world, most Germans living in the border region were expelled after the war.
The map was created by Brazilian artist Marcos Eduardo Ceia. Click here for the original.