New York : Putnam, c2001
427 p.: ill.: 24 cm ISBN/ISSN:
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. -- 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 -- 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 -- Prime Minister Halifax : Great Britain makes peace with Germany, 1940 / Andrew Roberts -- The boys who saved Australia, 1942 / James Bradley -- Enigma uncracked / David Kahn -- Pius XII protests the Holocaust / Robert Katz -- VE Day--November 11, 1944 / Caleb Carr -- 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
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Additional Credits: Bradley, James, 1954-Cowley, Robert
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