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If the South Had Won the Civil War
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The Past is a strange place indeed . . . everything could have been so different so easily.
Just a touch here and a tweak there . . . .

MacKinlay Kantor, Pulitzer Price-winning author and master storyt…
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Worlds that Weren't
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Four flawlessly executed novellas by the masters of alternate history...

In this collection of original novellas, four award-winning masters of alternate history turn back time, twisting the facts wit…
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The Way It Wasn't: Great Science Fiction Stories of Alternate History
The Way It Wasn't takes an amusing, intellectually stimulating excursion into speculative history. Here are thirteen memorable stories by renowned science fiction writers, telling what things might b…
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For Want of a Nail: If Burgoyne had won at Saratoga
For Want of a Nail is an alternate history classic. The outcome of one battle in the American Revolution diverges from reality, and sparks an unstoppable chain of events which affects the history of…
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Roads Not Taken: Tales of Alternate History
Alternate History: The What-If? fiction that has finally come into its own! Shedding light on the past by exploring what could have happened, this bold genre tantalizes your imagination and challenge…
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What If?: The World's Foremost Historians Imagine What Might Have Been (What If #1)
Historians and inquisitive laymen alike love to ponder the dramatic what-its of history. In these twenty never-before-published essays, some of the keenest minds of our time ask the big, tantalizing…
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High Tide at Gettysburg
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High Tide at Gettysburg tells the story of the Army of Virginia. How near the South came to victory is clearly set forth in these pages. The author vividly conveys the background of the crucial b att…
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Alternate Presidents
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An anthology of pieces, by such writers as Jack L. Chalker, David Gerrold, Michael P. Kube-McDowell, and others, speculates on what might have happened had the presidential elections over the years e…
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1901
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The year is 1901. Germany’s navy is the second largest in the world; their army, the most powerful. But with the exception of a small piece of Africa and a few minor islands in the Pacific, Germany i…
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Alternate Empires (What Might Have Been, #1)
THE UNIVERSE NEXT DOOR

What would have happened if history had been different -- if the major events that shaped our times had occurred in a different way ... or had not occurred at all? In this stell…
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Rebel Private: Front and Rear
Rare surviving journal of a foot soldier in Civil War, what the war was really like for a participant. Particularly important today with our soldiers all over the world.
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Back in the USSA
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1989... One of the two superpowers which has dominated the 20th century is on the verge of being torn apart. The old communists regime which has held sway since the Revolution of 1917 is weak and div…
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Through Blood and Fire at Gettysburg: General Joshua L. Chamberlain and the 20th Maine
Though long overlooked by Civil War enthusiasts, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain has become a twentieth-century hero thanks to novels, film, and television. In "Through Blood and Fire" you'll learn why C…
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1812: The Rivers of War (Trail of Glory, #1)
Eric Flint's acclaimed 1634: The Galileo Affair was a national bestseller from one of the most talked-about voices in his field. Now, in this extraordinary new alternate history, Flint begins a drama…
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Marching Through Georgia (Draka, #1)
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The first book of the Draka series.
1942: The Eurasian War.
The fleets of Imperial Japan raid the coasts of a United States that stretches from Panama to the Arctic. The Nazi war machine takes Moscow…
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My Dearest Cecelia: A Novel of the Southern Belle Who Stole General Sherman's Heart
As she enters the Commencement Ball at West Point Military Academy on a spring evening in 1837, in her pink gown with white silk roses and ropes of pearls, Cecelia Stovall looks---and feels---like th…
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Stars and Stripes Forever (Stars and Stripes, #1)
On November 8, 1861, a U.S. navy warship stopped a British packet and seized two Confederate emissaries on their way to England to seek backing for their cause. England responded with rage, calling f…
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They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the Civil War
“Albert Cashier” served three years in the Union Army and passed successfully as a man until 1911 when the aging veteran was revealed to be a woman named Jennie Hodgers. Frances Clayton kept fighting…
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Famous Science-Fiction Stories: Adventures in Time and Space
Requiem (1940) by Robert A. Heinlein
Forgetfulness (1937) by John W. Campbell, Jr.
Nerves (1942) by Lester del Rey
The Sands of Time (1937) by P. Schuyler Miller
The Proud Robot (1943) by Henry Kuttner
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The Story the Soldiers Wouldn't Tell: Sex in the Civil War
First book to cover all aspects of sexuality during the Civil War. Based on area original sources, including the soldiers' jokes, songs, letters, and diaries.
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Gettysburg--The Second Day
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The second day's fighting at Gettysburg--the assault of the Army of Northern Virginia against the Army of the Potomac on 2 July 1863--was probably the critical engagement of that decisive battle and,…
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Chancellorsville 1863: The Souls of the Brave
For 130 years historians and military strategists have been obsessed by the battle of Chancellorsville. It began with an audaciously planned stroke by Union general Joe Hooker as he sent his army acr…
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The Grand Design: Strategy and the U.S. Civil War
Despite the abundance of books on the Civil War, not one has focused exclusively on what was in fact the determining factor in the outcome of the conflict: differences in Union and Southern strategy.…
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