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Armistice, [the hot war], by Harry Turtledove

Summary
Set in an alternate 1950s in which General MacArthur ignited a nuclear war that nearly destroyed the planet. In 1952, American cities lie in ruins. President Harry Truman, in office since 1945, presides over a makeshift government in Philadelphia, suffering his own personal loss and fearing for the future of democracy. Stalin's vise-hold on power in the USSR persists. Unwilling to trust the Soviet tyrant, Truman launches a long-planned nuclear strike on the city of Omsk--killing Stalin and plunging the Red Army into leaderless, destructive anarchy. Meanwhile, the Baltic states careen toward rebellion, and Poland is seized by rebels bred on war. Has Truman struck a blow for peace or fueled more chaos? Sequel to "Fallout". 2017
Language
eng
Note
Restricted to the print disabled. Some publication information taken from CELA website. Title/subtitle may be abbreviated on disc
Physical Description
1 computer laser optical disc (17 hrs., 24 min.), sd., 12 cm.
Specific Material Designation
other
Form Of Item
electronic
Isbn
9780616964132

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