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  • #16
    Always enjoyed Harris' Fatherland - a crime thriller set in the 1960s where Germany won.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Phebe View Post
      I finished (skimming) Afrika Reich and my mini-project of reading a collection of Hitler-won fiction.

      Afrika Reich by Guy Saville is WAAAAAAAAAAY too gruesome for me. Belgrave warned me about that and it's true. Basically a torture and atrocity-fest roaming thru African German colonies denuded of almost all Africans by the Germans, who are regretting pushing all the Africans into the Sahara like the Turks did to the Armenians (or the Germans to the Herero tribe in 1906) because now they have to import slave labor from Russia to get anything built.
      It's not a "Hitler won" book, but given your tastes, I highly recommend Berkut to you.

      Hitler survives the war as a captive of Stalin. Berkut is the story, told from the POV of a team of Soviet specialists, of tracking him down and capturing him. It's one of those you won;t want to put down.
      Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Who is watching the watchers?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
        It's not a "Hitler won" book, but given your tastes, I highly recommend Berkut to you.

        Hitler survives the war as a captive of Stalin. Berkut is the story, told from the POV of a team of Soviet specialists, of tracking him down and capturing him. It's one of those you won;t want to put down.

        Thanks, sounds fun. I'll look it up on Amazon now.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Phebe View Post
          I finished (skimming) Afrika Reich and my mini-project of reading a collection of Hitler-won fiction.

          Afrika Reich by Guy Saville is WAAAAAAAAAAY too gruesome for me. Belgrave warned me about that and it's true. Basically a torture and atrocity-fest roaming thru African German colonies denuded of almost all Africans by the Germans, who are regretting pushing all the Africans into the Sahara like the Turks did to the Armenians (or the Germans to the Herero tribe in 1906) because now they have to import slave labor from Russia to get anything built.
          100% in agreement with this member

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