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  1. The novel Swastika Night was a pre-WWII (1937) "Nazist victory" dystopia. Any others?

    I guess this belongs in the Future History subsection (correct me if I'm wrong), seeing as it was published in 1937 and was describing the aftermath of a Nazist victory in *WWII. I had almost forgotten about it, but someone just reviewed it on their blog and I remembered about it and couldn't...
  2. Not alternate history, move it if you have to. Austria-Hungary's policy towards people leaving the Empire

    Were normal people allowed to leave if they wanted to? 2 : Were there internal passports between the parts of the empire? I know that some Czech people could make companies in Bulgaria when it was still technically part of the Ottoman Empire until 1908 . But what was the legal situation? What...
  3. Artemis possibly infuencing Amaterasu?

    We know about the hybrid Indo-Greek pantheon that influenced the kind of Buddhism (and Buddhist ideas that arguably conrtibuted to the creation of Christianity back in the west); that ultimately went to Japan. Artemis is a Moon goddess, Atamerasu is a Sun godess. Appolo is a Sun god, and also...
  4. Post -- 1872 Bulgarian politics

    Do you know what, in 1875, the difference between a liberal and a conservative meant in Bulgarian politics?
  5. Charles Stross' Merchant Princes multiverse: hints on his blog.

    http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/2016/07/advertising-interval.html#comment-2006684 Charles said: "it went the route of the post-1917 Russian Empire, only with shiny extras" Allen Thomson replied: "Ok, so Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, Beria, plus nukes, world walking and, one supposes...
  6. Without Watergate, does North Vietnam _ever_ attack?

    Apparently: Quoting http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/last-days-in-vietnam-2014 "[...] in 1973, when the Paris Peace Accords negotiated by the Nixon administration and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger brought the long and torturous Vietnam War to an apparent end. North and South Vietnam...
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