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  1. 2nd Chinese Civil War

    That Youtube video is about "What if the Tienanmen protests in China escalated into a big anti-Communist rebellion?"
  2. German attack on Crete in WWII

    For OTL, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Crete . The Germans by paratroop drops early got hold of Maleme airfield on Crete's north coast and used it to fly supplies in. An Allied attempt to quickly recover Maleme airfield was delayed a day by a sea storm (bad weather) delaying Allied...
  3. Petain’s Panic, or, How the Germans Might Have Won the Great War by Default

    I found this end-of-WWI ATL on the internet:- http://www.changingthetimes.net/samples/ww1/petain.htm
  4. In WWII, what if Russia/USSR used the same railway gauge as western Europe?

    In WWII, what if Russia/USSR at start of war used the same railway gauge as western Europe? I recently saw a television program that said that in Operation Barbarossa, inability to use Russia's railways at once, proved crucial.
  5. Another Korea War

    If another war starts in Korea, I see various POD's: (1) North Korea invades South Korea (2) South Korea and the USA invade North Korea to stop the missiles. (3) There is a civil riot (caused by hunger?) in North Korea. Army units are sent to quell it, but instead join in, and the trouble...
  6. No 2nd Balkan War

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan_Wars What if the Second Balkan War did not happen and Bulgaria was content with what she had? What if in the First Balkan War the Bulgarians had got past Chatalja? (I read that OTL what stopped the Bulgarians there was the cholera disease rather than force...
  7. Thr 1944 eruption of Vesuvius

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Vesuvius#Eruptions_in_the_20th_century http://www.warwingsart.com/12thAirForce/Vesuvius.html This eruption destroyed from 78 to 88 USAAF aircraft at Pompeii airfield :: see these 2 links. What if these aircraft had survived and were available...
  8. Napoleonoc War:: What if Napoleon is captured in Russia?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Berezina (Sorry if this subject has already been discussed.) OTL: In Napoleon's retreat from Moscow, at Berezina Napoleon escaped an attempt to trap him and his army. ATL: The Russians capture Napoleon and the staff with him there (and likely much or...
  9. 1918 or after :: The Treaty of Sèvres holds

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_S%C3%A8vres POD 1918 or somewhat after :: The Treaty of Sèvres is enforced and holds, including Woodrow Wilson's big Armenia. Provided that a state of Israel arises and persists, then or later.
  10. Shipworms

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teredo_navalis The common shipworm is a severe enemy of wood in the sea, including ships. On the coast of Holland it became a big disaster about 1730, and so likely about then in the North Sea and around. What would have happened if the shipworm in its modern...
  11. Ripple Rock (former sea rock near Vancouver in Canada)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ripple_Rock OTL: Ripple Rock is blown up in 1958. ATL: A bridge is made from Vancouver Island to the mainland, using Ripple Rock as a mid-support. (There was OTL talk about doing this.) Ripple Rock is not destroyed.
  12. Nazi Germany has plenty of helicopters and sooner

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helicopter#Birth_of_an_industry What if Nazi Germany has plenty of helicopters and sooner?
  13. BUF / Oswald Mosley gets power in Britain

    I don't know what threads have already discussed this topic. I raise it here because when looking for something on the internet I found this thread:- http://gwargamesp.18.forumer.com/index.php?showtopic=3344 -- STORY in a wargaming forum, which had spread to a text story. POD: 1937 in England...
  14. Heathrow Airport is not built

    POD: In 1944 the secret leaks and construction is stopped. The story is at this link:- http://www.larashots.com/appleyard/sf/heathrow_alt.htm There is some amount of DBWI in remarks and thoughts by characters. I welcome all comments and criticisms. As this story is in my web space, I can...
  15. Heathrow Airport (UK, west of London)

    See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_London_Heathrow_Airport http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heathrow_(hamlet) OTL: The UK Government starts building the airport in 1944, pleading (allegedly falsely) military necessity as a way to avoid a long public enquiry. The Heathrow farmers...
  16. No Wall Street Crash

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wall_Street_Crash_of_1929 OTL: The Wall Street Crash happened, which caused worldwide depression, and in Germany led to the rise of the Nazi Party, etc as well known. ATL: In 1929 the USA federal government sees sense in time and sees that a speculation bubble...
  17. Prussia gerts all its Polish lands back after Napoleon

    What if the Congress of Vienna gave back to Prussia all the land in Poland that Prussia got in the Partitions of Poland?
  18. Elsaß und Lothringen

    OTL: The Council of Vienna, tidying after Napoleon's rampages, lets France keep Alsace and Lorraine ATL: The Council of Vienna realises that Alsace and Lorraine are mostly German-speaking and had not been part of France for long, and gives them to Prussia.
  19. Nazi stealth fighter / bomber

    The effects and likelihood of the German Horten Ho 229 stealth jet being available in enough quantities. and fuel for it, at various times in WWII? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horten_Ho_229
  20. Is it allowed to state a POD that leads to an established fictional scenario?

    OTL: England in later Anglo-Saxon times: Many Vikings likely shipwrecked in storms in the Bristol Channel and elsewhere. In the Avon (Somerset) gorge the Anglo-Saxon settlement Brycgstow (meaning Bridge-place or similar) later gradually becomes modern Bristol. 20th century: In Bristol a...
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