The Resource The collected What if? : eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays, by Caleb Carr ... [et al.] ; edited by Robert Cowley

The collected What if? : eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays, by Caleb Carr ... [et al.] ; edited by Robert Cowley

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The collected What if? : eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays
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The collected What if?
Title remainder
eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays
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by Caleb Carr ... [et al.] ; edited by Robert Cowley
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eng
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  • What if?
  • What if? 2
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1955-
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  • Cowley, Robert
  • Carr, Caleb
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  • Imaginary wars and battles
  • Imaginary histories
Label
The collected What if? : eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays, by Caleb Carr ... [et al.] ; edited by Robert Cowley
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Publication
Note
Previously published as: What if? and What if? 2 in 1999 and 2001
Contents
  • Furor Teutonicus : the Teutoburg forest, A.D. 9
  • Prime Minister Halifax : Great Britain makes peace with Germany, 1940
  • Andrew Roberts
  • The boys who saved Australia, 1942
  • James Bradley
  • rEnigma uncracked
  • David Kahn
  • Pius XII protests the Holocaust
  • Robert Katz
  • VE Day--November 11, 1944
  • Caleb Carr
  • Lewis H. Lapham
  • The Führer in the dock
  • Roger Spiller
  • No bomb--no end : the Operation Olympic disaster, Japan 1945
  • Richard B. Frank
  • The presidency of Henry Wallace
  • James Chace
  • A tale of three congressmen, 1948 : America without Nixon, Johnson, and Kennedy
  • Lance Morrow
  • What if Pizarro had not found potatoes in Peru?
  • William H. McNeill
  • The dark ages made lighter : the consequences of two defeats
  • Barry S. Strauss
  • The death that saved Europe : the Mongols turn back
  • Cecelia Holland
  • If only it had not been such a wet summer : the critical decade of the 1520s
  • Theodore K. Rabb
  • If the Holy League hadn't dithered
  • Peter Pierson
  • Infectious alternatives : the plague that saved Jerusalem, 701B.C.
  • The immolation of Hérnan Cortés : Tenochtitlán, June 30, 1521
  • Ross Hassig
  • The repulse of the English fireships : the Spanish Armada triumphs, August 8, 1588
  • Geoffrey Parker
  • Unlikely victory : thirteen ways the Americans could have lost the Revolution
  • Thomas Fleming
  • George Washington's gamble
  • Ira D. Gruber
  • What the fog wrought : the Revolution's Dunkirk, August 29, 1776
  • David McCullough
  • William H. McNeill
  • Ruler of the world : Napoleon's missed opportunities
  • Alistair Horne
  • Napoleon wins at Waterloo
  • Caleb Carr
  • If the lost order hadn't been lost : Robert E. Lee humbles the Union
  • James M. McPherson
  • A Confederate Cannae and other scenarios : how the Civil War might have turned out differently
  • Stephen W. Sears
  • Vietnam in America, 1865
  • Tom Wicker
  • A good night's sleep can do wonders
  • The what ifs of 1914 : the world war that should never have been
  • Robert Cowley
  • Bismarck's empire : stillborn
  • James Chace
  • Thanks, but no cigar
  • David Clay Large
  • The armistice of desperation
  • Dennis E. Showalter
  • How Hitler could have won the war : the drive for the Middle East, 1941
  • John Keegan
  • Barbara N. Porter
  • What a taxi driver wrought
  • Williamson Murray
  • Triumph of the dictators
  • David Fromkin
  • Our midway disaster : Japan springs a trap, June 4, 1942
  • Theodore F. Cook, Jr.
  • The case of the missing carriers
  • Elihu Rose
  • D Day fails : atomic alternatives in Europe
  • Stephen E. Ambrose
  • No glory that was Greece : the Persians win at Salamis, 480 B.C.
  • The Soviet invasion of Japan
  • Robert Cowley
  • Funeral in Berlin : the Cold War turns hot
  • David Clay Large
  • China without tears : if Chiang Kai-shek hadn't gambled in 1946
  • Arthur Waldron
  • A quagmire avoided?
  • Ted Morgan
  • The end
  • Robert L. O'Connell
  • Victor Davis Hanson
  • Socrates dies at Delium, 424 B.C.
  • Victor Davis Hanson
  • Not by a nose : the triumph of Antony and Cleopatra at Actium, 31 B.C.
  • Josiah Ober
  • Pontius Pilate spares Jesus
  • Carlos M.N. Eire
  • Repulse at Hastings, October 14, 1066
  • Cecelia Holland
  • The Chinese discovery of the New World, 15th century
  • Theodore F. Cook, Jr.
  • Conquest denied : the premature death of Alexander the Great
  • Martin Luther burns at the stake, 1521
  • Geoffrey Parker
  • If Charles I had not left Whitehall, August 1641
  • Theodore K. Rabb
  • Napoleon's invasion of North America
  • Thomas Fleming
  • If Lincoln had not freed the slaves
  • Tom Wicker
  • France turns the other cheek, July 1870
  • Alistair Horne
  • Josiah Ober
  • The election of Theodore Roosevelt, 1912
  • John Lukacs
  • The Great War torpedoed
  • Robert L. O'Connell
  • No Finland Station
  • George Feifer
  • The luck of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • Geoffrey C. Ward
  • The War of 1938
  • Williamson Murray
Extent
1 online resource (827 pages
Form of item
online
Other control number
070918152382
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029287326
Label
The collected What if? : eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays, by Caleb Carr ... [et al.] ; edited by Robert Cowley
Link
Publication
Note
Previously published as: What if? and What if? 2 in 1999 and 2001
Contents
  • Furor Teutonicus : the Teutoburg forest, A.D. 9
  • Prime Minister Halifax : Great Britain makes peace with Germany, 1940
  • Andrew Roberts
  • The boys who saved Australia, 1942
  • James Bradley
  • rEnigma uncracked
  • David Kahn
  • Pius XII protests the Holocaust
  • Robert Katz
  • VE Day--November 11, 1944
  • Caleb Carr
  • Lewis H. Lapham
  • The Führer in the dock
  • Roger Spiller
  • No bomb--no end : the Operation Olympic disaster, Japan 1945
  • Richard B. Frank
  • The presidency of Henry Wallace
  • James Chace
  • A tale of three congressmen, 1948 : America without Nixon, Johnson, and Kennedy
  • Lance Morrow
  • What if Pizarro had not found potatoes in Peru?
  • William H. McNeill
  • The dark ages made lighter : the consequences of two defeats
  • Barry S. Strauss
  • The death that saved Europe : the Mongols turn back
  • Cecelia Holland
  • If only it had not been such a wet summer : the critical decade of the 1520s
  • Theodore K. Rabb
  • If the Holy League hadn't dithered
  • Peter Pierson
  • Infectious alternatives : the plague that saved Jerusalem, 701B.C.
  • The immolation of Hérnan Cortés : Tenochtitlán, June 30, 1521
  • Ross Hassig
  • The repulse of the English fireships : the Spanish Armada triumphs, August 8, 1588
  • Geoffrey Parker
  • Unlikely victory : thirteen ways the Americans could have lost the Revolution
  • Thomas Fleming
  • George Washington's gamble
  • Ira D. Gruber
  • What the fog wrought : the Revolution's Dunkirk, August 29, 1776
  • David McCullough
  • William H. McNeill
  • Ruler of the world : Napoleon's missed opportunities
  • Alistair Horne
  • Napoleon wins at Waterloo
  • Caleb Carr
  • If the lost order hadn't been lost : Robert E. Lee humbles the Union
  • James M. McPherson
  • A Confederate Cannae and other scenarios : how the Civil War might have turned out differently
  • Stephen W. Sears
  • Vietnam in America, 1865
  • Tom Wicker
  • A good night's sleep can do wonders
  • The what ifs of 1914 : the world war that should never have been
  • Robert Cowley
  • Bismarck's empire : stillborn
  • James Chace
  • Thanks, but no cigar
  • David Clay Large
  • The armistice of desperation
  • Dennis E. Showalter
  • How Hitler could have won the war : the drive for the Middle East, 1941
  • John Keegan
  • Barbara N. Porter
  • What a taxi driver wrought
  • Williamson Murray
  • Triumph of the dictators
  • David Fromkin
  • Our midway disaster : Japan springs a trap, June 4, 1942
  • Theodore F. Cook, Jr.
  • The case of the missing carriers
  • Elihu Rose
  • D Day fails : atomic alternatives in Europe
  • Stephen E. Ambrose
  • No glory that was Greece : the Persians win at Salamis, 480 B.C.
  • The Soviet invasion of Japan
  • Robert Cowley
  • Funeral in Berlin : the Cold War turns hot
  • David Clay Large
  • China without tears : if Chiang Kai-shek hadn't gambled in 1946
  • Arthur Waldron
  • A quagmire avoided?
  • Ted Morgan
  • The end
  • Robert L. O'Connell
  • Victor Davis Hanson
  • Socrates dies at Delium, 424 B.C.
  • Victor Davis Hanson
  • Not by a nose : the triumph of Antony and Cleopatra at Actium, 31 B.C.
  • Josiah Ober
  • Pontius Pilate spares Jesus
  • Carlos M.N. Eire
  • Repulse at Hastings, October 14, 1066
  • Cecelia Holland
  • The Chinese discovery of the New World, 15th century
  • Theodore F. Cook, Jr.
  • Conquest denied : the premature death of Alexander the Great
  • Martin Luther burns at the stake, 1521
  • Geoffrey Parker
  • If Charles I had not left Whitehall, August 1641
  • Theodore K. Rabb
  • Napoleon's invasion of North America
  • Thomas Fleming
  • If Lincoln had not freed the slaves
  • Tom Wicker
  • France turns the other cheek, July 1870
  • Alistair Horne
  • Josiah Ober
  • The election of Theodore Roosevelt, 1912
  • John Lukacs
  • The Great War torpedoed
  • Robert L. O'Connell
  • No Finland Station
  • George Feifer
  • The luck of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • Geoffrey C. Ward
  • The War of 1938
  • Williamson Murray
Extent
1 online resource (827 pages
Form of item
online
Other control number
070918152382
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029287326

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