Dennis E. Showalter , Harold C. Deutsch: If The Allies Had Fallen: Sixty Alternate Scenarios Of World War II
What if war had come in 1938, one year earlier?
What if Hitler had not declared war upon the United States after Pearl Harbor?
What if the Allies had been repulsed on D-Day?
And what if the Allies had fallen and Hitler won the war?
In this compelling book, historians suggest what might have been if key events during the war had gone differently, from the Munich Crisis to the dropping of the first atom bomb, including Hitler’s declaration of war on the United States after Pearl Harbor and the D-Day landings. The Second World War could have turned out differently at many points, and a victory for Germany may have been possible, if not for, in some cases, chance, the weather, and the decisions of commanders. An exceptional team of historians speculates about what might have been.