Edited by Brian Thomsen and Martin H. Greenberg.
"December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy." So did President Franklin Delano Roosevelt address the American people about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that initiated America's entry into World War II.
But what if things had happened differently?
A Date Which Will Live in Infamy is an anthology of fictional alternatives to the events that led up to, occurred during, and followed directly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The authors and their original stories that appear here for the first time are:
The Sumter Scenario: A Time Wars Story by Simon Hawke
The Secret History of Mr. Churchill's Revenge by Tony Geraghty
Cain by Jim DeFelice
Pariah by Ed Gorman
Green Zeroes by R.J. Pineiro
The East Wind Caper by James Reasoner
Path of the Storm by William C. Dietz
The Fourth Scenario by William Hallahan
Victory at Pearl Harbor by Brendan DuBois
I Relieve You, Sir by Barrett Tillman
Beer, Betrayal, and Ho Chi Minh by Doug Allyn
A Terrible Resolve by William H. Keith, Jr.
December 7th, 2001 - A Classroom on the American Continent by Allen C. Kupfer
Original title: A Date Which Will Live in Infamy: An Anthology of Pearl Harbor Stories That Might Have Been
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ World Versions→ Alternate Histories
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