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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Squire, John Collings, Sir, 1884-1958.
If it had happened otherwise.
London, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1972
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Collings Squire, Sir; Winston Churchill
|Notes:||Published in 1931 under title: If; or, History rewritten.|
|Description:||xiii, 320 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Guedalla, P. If the Moors in Spain had won.--Chesterton, G. K. If Don John of Austria had married Mary Queen of Scots.--Maurois, A. If Louis XVI had had an atom of firmness.--Belloc, H. If Drouet's cart had stuck.--Fisher, H. A. L. If Napoleon had escaped to America.--Nicolson, H. If Byron had become King of Greece.--Churchill, W. S. If Lee had not won the Battle of Gettysburg.--Waldman, M. If Booth had missed Lincoln.--Ludwig, E. If the Emperor Frederick had not had cancer.--Squire, J. If it had been discovered in 1930 that Bacon really did write Shakespeare.--Knox, R. If the general strike had succeeded.--Petrie, C. If: a Jacobite fantasy.--Trevelyan, G. If Napoleon had won the Battle of Waterloo.--Taylor, A. J. P. If Archduke Ferdinand had not loved his wife.|
|Responsibility:||by Winston Churchill [and others]; introduction by Sir John Wheeler-Bennett.|