In the second volume of What If?, today's foremost historians gather to speculate on what-ifs. This time the collection of essays delves into Napoleon's missed opportunities, the Spanish Armada, and how the Civil War might have turned out differently. Listen as watersheds, revolutions, and rebellions are turned topsy-turvy to jumble history and change the face of the world as we know it today. This provocative collection of never-before-published essays provides a fascinating new perspective on history's most pivotal events.
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