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Author: Ben Bova
The prolific SF author of the Voyagers series suggests what might have happened at the end of WW II if Stalin had died and Roosevelt had lived. In Bova's scenario, Winston Churchill presents Joseph Stalin with a ceremonial sword at the 1943 conference in Tehran. Fearing a Soviet attempt to dominate Europe once Germany is defeated, and loathing S...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780812520637
ISBN-10: 0812520637
Publication Date: 2/15/1994
Pages: 253
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Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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As World War II winds to its inevitable close, a secret message from London to Moscow launches a daring strike at the "heart" of the Soviet Union, the infamous Josef Stalin. Part wishful thinking, part historical re-creation, Bova's venture into alternate history demonstrates his talent for revealing those lucky or unlucky "accidents" by which history is made. World War II buffs and sf readers in general will want this sf veteran's latest work.