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All of Conroy's books are decent alternate history -- well-researched and he was one of those who looked to write about something other than just WWII and the Civil War as turning... Read morePublished 14 days ago by O Bloody Hell
A good read. Mr Conroy tends to denigrate the British again, but his later novel "1920 America's Great War" redresses this, so is not a consistent bias. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Stephen Parkin
Fantastic book. I only wish it had been 3-5x as long, to really flesh out the war, the battles, and some of the characters in much greater depth.Published 1 month ago by Eric S.
This a well written tale of what might have happened if Adolf Hitler's dreams had come true: the Allies settle peace with Germany and the war goes on against the Soviet Union.Published 3 months ago by AGBO Business Architecture S.L. B84030667
Robert Conroy's "Red Inferno: 1945" poses an alternative history: what if Stalin decided to wage war on America after defeating Hitler? Read morePublished 5 months ago by ace1339
Another good read from Conroy.
An alternate history story in which Stalin and Truman make missteps that lead to war between the US and the Soviet Union. Read more
I have read it 3 times now. I find the storyline so thought provoking that each time I read it, I get more appriciation for how current history could have been astoundingly... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lowell B. Campbell
Red Inferno was a good read. It was an excellent twist to history and good quick read. This was my first read from Conroy and I am looking forward to reading more of his... Read morePublished 8 months ago by randy sprehe
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Invade Norway first? Definitely longer in my opinion and likely very difficult. I believe, stress believe, there where fewer combat German troops in Norway compared to France which would have helped. The terrain would have resulted in more small actions requiring a lot of isolated infantry... Read More
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