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Petike [Victorious Confederacy Scenarios]
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 ====Victorious Confederacy Scenarios==== ====Victorious Confederacy Scenarios====
  
-//**[[Bring the Jubilee]]**//​ by Ward Moore (short story): the South wins the Battle of Gettysburg, and goes on to conquer and annex most of the Western Hemisphere, achieving superpower status in the process; the story is considered an early classic in the genre of alternate history. ​+//**[[Bring the Jubilee]]**//​ by Ward Moore (novel): the South wins the Battle of Gettysburg, and goes on to conquer and annex most of the Western Hemisphere, achieving superpower status in the process; the story is considered an early classic in the genre of alternate history. ​
  
 //**[[Guns of the South]]**// by Harry Turtledove (novel): A group of early 21st century members of the Afrikaaner Weerstansbewging go back in time to 1864 and give Robert E. Lee's desperate Confederates a shipment of AK-47s. //**[[Guns of the South]]**// by Harry Turtledove (novel): A group of early 21st century members of the Afrikaaner Weerstansbewging go back in time to 1864 and give Robert E. Lee's desperate Confederates a shipment of AK-47s.
  
-//​**[[Southern Victory|TL-191]]**//​ by Harry Turtledove (series): Robert E. Lee never loses Order 191 in 1862, leading to an independent Confederacy and a very different world; the series has ended with the Confederate States utterly destroyed and re-absorbed back into the USA after a World War II-like conflict. ​+//​**[[Southern Victory|TL-191]]**//​ by Harry Turtledove (novel series): Robert E. Lee never loses Order 191 in 1862, leading to an independent Confederacy and a very different world; the series has ended with the Confederate States utterly destroyed and re-absorbed back into the USA after a World War II-like conflict. ​
  
 //**The Wild Blue and the Grey**// by William Sanders (novel): A standard Confederate victory scenario, but the focus is on the CSA sending troops to Europe to help Britain and France in World War 1.  //**The Wild Blue and the Grey**// by William Sanders (novel): A standard Confederate victory scenario, but the focus is on the CSA sending troops to Europe to help Britain and France in World War 1. 
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