By Todd Pliss
A professor sends a graduate pupil again in time to 1933 to kill Adolf Hitler, in simple terms to discover her activities have accidental consequences.
WHAT IF HITLER WON?
FOR quick free up – Todd Colby Pliss vividly imagines the nightmarish situation of a professor who sends a pupil again in time to 1933 to kill Adolf Hitler, in simple terms to discover her activities have unintentional results, along with his new novel, American Reich, now to be had on Amazon.com.
Wayne Goldberg, graduate pupil at NYU, is requested through his physics professor, Dr. Lisa Hoffmann, to prevent by way of her lab and is proven an odd contraption that he's educated is certainly a operating time computing device. After convincing Wayne of its validity, via sending him again to the Hindenburg in short, he is of the same opinion to be despatched again in time to 1933 to kill Adolf Hitler, by means of slipping poison into his celebratory drink, at the evening he grew to become Chancellor of Germany. After finishing the venture, Wayne arrives again in 2012. Dr. Hoffmann doesn’t realize her graduate pupil. ny urban has develop into New Berlin urban and the U.S. a part of the German Unified Territories. Wayne needs to work out how to re-write historical past as soon as again.
“I've continually been drawn to history's nice what-ifs, and the best 'what-if' is probably going the query of what may have occurred had Germany prevailed in global struggle . It's attention-grabbing, but in addition scary to think about what may have been.” says Pliss.
About Todd Colby Pliss
Todd Colby Pliss is a novelist, screenwriter and instructor. in view that moving to l. a. from his local ny, long island, Todd, who holds educating credentials within the social sciences, possesses a keenness for historical past and its attention-grabbing characters and is the writer of the ancient novel, “The in simple terms dwelling guy With A gap in His Head”. Todd has written and directed the award-winning brief movies, Execution at County prison and Einstein's mind.
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To a degree seldom recognized in English-language works, this conflict had much to do with the future of the Ukrainian people, roughly three-quarters of whom were Russian subjects in 1914, the remainder living in the Habsburg monarchy. For some of Russia’s most perceptive and influential observers in 1914, this source of Austro-Russian conflict was much more important than anything that happened in the Balkans. This takes us back to the crucial significance of Ukraine for European geopolitics at that time, a theme that I underlined in the first sentence of this introduction and one that runs throughout this book.
I learned an enormous amount and spotted connections that I would never have seen had I concentrated on just one of these three angles. I hope my readers will feel similarly rewarded. A key premise of this book is that the First World War was the source and origin of most of the catastrophes that subsequently afflicted twentieth-century Russia. Understanding why the war happened is therefore crucial. From the war came revolution, civil war, two famines, collectivization, and Bolshevik dictatorship and terror.
But the book is also, second, a very different interpretation of the First World War as a whole from the one usually to be found, in part precisely because it approaches the war with insights drawn from an unfamiliar Russian angle. Third, the book is an introduction to the origins and consequences of the Russian Revolution from an unexpected international angle, which may encourage a number of original insights into Russia’s fate in the twentieth century. Integrating these three books into a single narrative that placed war and revolution in the broader context of Russian, European, and global history was sometimes difficult but always rewarding.