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    Alternate History General Discussion

    Oh now come on, don't exaggerate, we didn't formally establish the Ministry for Skulls until 1946
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    My name.

    just realised @Meadow didn't actually get tagged so here we go
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    My name.

    To Jophiel!
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    Alternate History General Discussion

    Thank-you, Ambassador Kell
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    AH Run-downs, summaries and general gubbins

    Good to see you, D.C. Alden, though I think this generally has less Eurabia fearmongering than your previous novels
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    On 'Axis of Andes' and Adapting Online Alternate History for Publication

    wait what @DG Valdron if that's an actual project hit me up by DM, I will absolutely review that on The Scifi and Fantasy Reviewer without hesitation
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    AH Run-downs, summaries and general gubbins

    omg 'neowhiggism' yes
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    'Dark Rose' review

    This brings up an interesting point that I was thinking about the other day when reading the updates @Charles EP M. was making as he read through Dark Rose. Now as Charles points out, this novel explicitly wasn't written as an Alternate History title and was a product of that awkward time period...
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    Drake's Drum

    wait is this a timeline where Slim and O'Connor get more to do and greater recognition? I need to get a copy asap
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    Dark Rose

    @Charles EP M. that reminds me of the ending to the novel The Leader when the protagonist has captured Leader Oswald Mosley in the Downing Street bunker, and in the epilogue they discuss free elections and there's the ironic ending of 'and he was happy to leave the fate of Britain in the capable...
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    Dark Rose

    this is filled with so much contrived bullshit I absolutely cannot get enough of it tragic that he died before writing the sequel where NATO invades Libya in revenge
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    Dark Rose

    When you definitely know the difference between tanks and boats
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    Dark Rose

    "I knew it was Saddam! Even when it was the Palestinians, I knew it was Saddam!"
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    Alternate History General Discussion

    Over to our own @Gary Oswald who might have some ideas
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    Alternate History General Discussion

    There's also that incredibly dark one I reviewed with the Japanese-German Cold War, where a Japanese guy goes back to kill the Fuhrer and assure Imperial Japanese victory
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    Alternate History General Discussion

    All I can find is someone who mocked up a poster for a book cover Are they on Amazon or a forum or something?
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    The Ballad Of Mike Sparks

    Actually, thinking about this more, the addition or subtraction of a nickname for a piece of military hardware is an interest 'soft' AH way of indicating that you've diverged into a parallel reality that can be noticed by those with a particular niche interest before those who might not have...
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    The Ballad Of Mike Sparks

    Clashed with one of Mike's many Sockpuppets on the M113 en.wiki page in the mid-2000s Very strange man But a good article @Coiler demonstrating that even absurd ideas can have intriguing concepts found within them I'm also reminded of the Pentagon Wars film when you talk about Sparks making...
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    Alternate History General Discussion

    @RyanF get me the chequebook no, the big chequebook
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    Alternate History General Discussion

    Thank-you for reminding me - I reviewed the first two (for the SLP Blog I think) and I need to review this one in turn. Apart from SLP, Inkling Press are the only AH-focused publisher I know of in the industry
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