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Are there any SLP books about nuclear war?

#1
Soon I will be starting to do research for a podcast episode I'll be in, about alternate histories featuring nuclear war, or more generally on the use of nuclear weapons in alternate historical wars. Are there any published by this outlet with that subject? I've already read Decisive Darkness and Festung Europa, so I can discuss those. I'm already planning to read some of the more notable stuff in this regard (the Hot War trilogy, Resurrection Day, etc.) or have already (The Third World War), and so I want to be able to discuss more relevant works if possible.

Thanks in advance.
 

David Flin

Too stubborn to die
#2
Well, it won't be any help, but there is a WW3 tale in the Return of King Arthur.

It doesn't go nuclear. Indeed, no-one gets hurt apart from a general who sprains his wrist from trying to lift a glass with too much whisky in it.

It is, however, the most realistic WW3 tale I'm aware of, as everything in the story (including the snowboarding snowmen) actually happened.
 

Thande

The End is Nigh / Eat at Joe's Cafe
Published by SLP
#3
Soon I will be starting to do research for a podcast episode I'll be in, about alternate histories featuring nuclear war, or more generally on the use of nuclear weapons in alternate historical wars. Are there any published by this outlet with that subject? I've already read Decisive Darkness and Festung Europa, so I can discuss those. I'm already planning to read some of the more notable stuff in this regard (the Hot War trilogy, Resurrection Day, etc.) or have already (The Third World War), and so I want to be able to discuss more relevant works if possible.

Thanks in advance.
Look to the West has them used in warfare, but I've not strictly got to that part yet and only hinted about it.

@Callan 's Presidential features a peripherally described nuclear war at the turn of the 21st century.