What If? II

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James Bradley, Robert Cowley
Penguin, 2002 - History - 427 pages
What if Lincoln didn't abolish slavery? What if an assassin succeeded in killing FDR in 1933? This volume presents 25 intriguing "what if..." scenarios by some of today's greatest historical minds-including James Bradley, Caleb Carr, James Chace, Theodore F. Cook, Jr., Carlos M.N. Eire, George Feifer, Thomas Fleming, Richard B. Frank, Victor Davis Hanson, Cecelia Holland, Alistair Horne, David Kahn, Robert Katz, John Lukacs, William H. McNeill, Lance Morrow, Williamson Murray, Josiah Ober, Robert L. O'Connell, Geoffrey Parker, Theodore K. Rabb, Andrew Roberts, Roger Spiller, Geoffrey C. Ward, and Tom Wicker.
 

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Review: What If? 2: Eminent Historians Imagine What Might Have Been (What If #2)

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so far, so good. I now bought the first book, which apparently focuses more on war and battles. This one is about general historical events and directions. Interesting alternate history book. Since it ... Read full review

Contents

III
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IV
23
V
48
VI
68
VII
85
IX
105
X
120
XI
134
XX
236
XXII
255
XXIII
279
XXIV
291
XXV
305
XXVI
317
XXVII
333
XXVIII
344

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XIV
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XVI
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XVIII
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XIX
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XXIX
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XXX
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XXXI
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XXXII
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Robert Cowley is the founding editor of MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, which was nominated for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence. Cowley has held several senior positions in book and magazine publishing.

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