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The Great Nuclear War of 1975

(The first book in the Great Nuclear War of 1975 series)
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The Great Nuclear War of 1975

In a Different 1975…

Superpower relations breakdown and a nuclear war all but annihilates the Soviet Union and devastates the United States.

100 million Americans are dead.

After Washington is destroyed, a smalltown judge delivers the oath of office to Vice President Rockefeller.

Surviving American forces on land, sea and in the air await orders from the new president.

Americans across the nation climb out of the rubble looking for a homeland that no longer exists.

In surviving capitals across the globe, governments ponder the implications of a world without the superpowers.

In Britain, a rump cabinet meets in the Cotswolds to plan a way forward without the United States

Commonwealth Prime Ministers in Canberra, Auckland and Ottawa look to the UK for leadership

In Buenos Ares, a weak government plots the takeover of the Malvines.

As radiation sweeps down from Siberia, the Chinese government faces unprecedented famine.

In New Delhi, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi wonders how she will feed India.

In Rhode Island, one man will start a trek halfway across North America to reunite with his family.

William Stroock is the author of 15 novels including the World War 1990 alternate history series.

Genre: Science Fiction

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