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Title A date which will live in infamy : an anthology of Pearl Harbor stories that might have been / edited by Brian M. Thomsen & Martin H. Greenberg
Published Nashville, Tenn. : Cumberland House, [2001]
©2001

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Description 348 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Introduction: When Interesting History Makes Bad Hollywood 11 -- Brian M. Thomsen -- PART 1: ALTERNATE ARCHITECTS -- 1: The Sumter Scenario: A Time Wars Story 19 -- Simon Hawke -- 2: The Secret History of Mr. Churchill's Revenge 43 -- Tony Geraghty -- 3: Cain 63 -- Jim DeFelice -- 4: Pariah 87 -- Ed Gorman -- PART 2: ALTERNATE ACTIONS -- 5: Green Zeros 107 -- R. J. Pineiro -- 6: The East Wind Caper 127 -- James Reasoner -- 7: Path of the Storm 147 -- William C. Dietz -- 8: The Fourth Scenario 175 -- William H. Hallahan -- -- -- -- PART 3: ALTERNATE AFTERMATHS -- 9: Victory at Pearl Harbor 203 -- Brendan DuBois -- 10: "I Relieve You, Sir" 225 -- Barrett Tillman -- 11: Beer, Betrayal, and Ho Chi Minh 243 -- DougAllyn -- 12: A Terrible Resolve 265 -- William H. Keith Jr. -- POSTSCRIPT -- December 7, 2001: A Classroom on the American Continent 293 -- Allen C. Kupfer -- -- -- -- APPENDIXES -- APPENDIX A -- Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941: A Timeline 301 -- Roland Green -- APPENDIX B -- The Diplomatic Subtext of the Pearl Harbor Attack 315 -- Paul A. Thomsen -- APPENDIX C -- The Realities of an Alternate Pearl Harbor 327 -- William R. Forstchen
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject War stories, American.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Hawaii -- Fiction.
Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941 -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Alternative histories (Fiction)
Fiction.
Author Greenberg, Martin Harry.
Thomsen, Brian.
LC no. 2001037133
ISBN 1581822227 alkaline paper