Moore, Ward. Bring the Jubilee
Divergence: 1863 CE
What if: Confederates occupied the Round Tops during the first day of Gettysburg, leading to victory in the battle and to Confederate independence.
Summary: An historian in a fifth-rate 1952 US, overshadowed by the CSA and the Germanic Union, obtains a position at an academic commune near Gettysburg, and one day he is offered the chance to travel back in time to July 1, 1863.
Published: Farrar, Straus & Young 1953, Ballantine 1953, Avon 1955, 1972 (038002440?), 1976 (0380007568), Gollancz 1987 (0575041218), 2001 (1857987640BUY; Bart 1988 (1557850321), Easton 1988, Ballantine/Del Rey 1997 (0345405021BUY), Wildside 2009 (143447853XBUY, 1434478548BUY); Cosmos 2009 (084396314XBUY); Dobver 2019 (0486834263BUY)
— Revision of "Bring the Jubilee", in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, November 1952; The Fantastic Civil War (ed. Frank McSherry, Jr), Baen 1991 (0671720635); The Best Alternate History Stories of the 20th Century (eds. Harry Turtledove and Martin H. Greenberg), q.v. Sense of Wonder: A Century of Science Fiction (ed. Leigh Ronald Grossman), Wildside 2011 (1434430790BUY).
Original in: English.
Translation: Danish by Knud Müller as Det skete i skæbneåret, Nyt Dansk Forlag 1957.
Translation: French by Jane Fillion as Autant en emporte le temps, Denoël 1977, 2000 (220725058X).
Translation: German by Walter Brumm as Der große Süden, Heyne 1980, 2001 (3453179498).
Translation: Italian by Beata Della Frattina as Anniversario Fatale, Mondadori 1956.
Translation: Italian by Marzio Tosello as Anniversario Fatale, Mondadori 1986.
Translation: Portuguese by Ana Paula Gouveia as E Tudo o Tempo Levou, Clássica 1992 (9725612019).
Translation: Spanish by Cristina Macía as Lo que el tiempo se llevó, [[publ. unknown]] 1955; Martínez Roca 1989 (8427012845).
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