Frankly speaking, I would think very improbable a longer existence of a state having Estonia and Lithuania together, after the war... As regards the remaining situations shown on the map, many of them don't seem absurd: for instance, Transylvania under Hungary or Karelia under Finland.
Thank you for commenting. I guess the Baltic states would have been colonized by German Landlords. There was a large German presence before WWI, after WWII they would have tried to restore that situation presumably.
Even if this is fictional, and we'll never know the lands east of pre-war Germany's border would have been administrated and their borders shaped: I think it's impossible that the region you call "Burgundy" would have received this name: Burgundy is a region south of Paris. From a historical point of view, if you go back until the time after Charlemagne, you would have called this place "Lotharingia" or "Lothringen" in German.
I guess you're right, although the Low Countries have been administered by the Dukes of Burgundy for a while.
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