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เดิมพันฟรี โปรแกรม สล็อต

...there are no correct alternate histories; there are only plausible alternate histories.
— Will Shetterly

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Rule of Capture
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Silver & Palmatier.
Alternate Peace
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Famous Men Who Never Lived
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Theater of Spies
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Machines Like Me

Uchronia: The Alternate History List is a bibliography of over 3400 novels, stories, essays and other printed material involving the "what ifs" of history. The genre has a variety of names, but it is best known as alternate history.

In an alternate history, one or more past events are changed and the subsequent effects on history somehow described. This description may comprise the entire plotline of a novel, or it may just provide a brief background to a short story. Perhaps the most common themes in alternate history are "What if the Nazis won World War II?" and "What if the Confederacy won the American Civil War?"

For more information about alternate history and this bibliography, please read the extended introduction.

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The Fated Sky
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An Easy Death
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Unholy Land
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Napoleon Victorious!
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Rewrite: Loops in the Timescape