|Alternate Generals II|
|Publication date||July 1, 2002|
|Preceded by||Alternate Generals|
|Followed by||Alternate Generals III|
- James Fiscus, "American Mandate" - the United States intervened in the Ottoman Empire's civil war after World War I ended.
- Michael F. Flynn, "Southern Strategy" - a shortened World War I left Imperial Germany a world power in the 20th century, while the United States all but collapsed during a genocide-based second civil war.
- Harry Turtledove, "Uncle Alf" (on Baen's website) Imperial Germany dominates France in 1929 after winning the Great War 15 years earlier.
- Noreen Doyle, "Horizon" - King Akenhaten of Egypt embarked on a militaristic venture.
- Judith Tarr, "Devil's Bargain" - King Richard I of England is successful in capturing Jerusalem, this story was later expanded into a novel by the same author.
- Roland Green, "George Patton Slept Here" - George Patton's conquest of Italy progresses faster than in OTL.
- Chris Bunch, "Tarnished Glory" - George Custer was born in 1885 rather than 1839.
- S.M. Stirling & Richard Foss, "Compadres" - the American annexation at the end of the Mexican-American War included Chihuahua.
- Susan Shwartz, "And the Glory of Them" -
- Rebecca M. Meluch, "Twelve Legions of Angels" - Germany's Operation: Sea Lion conquered the United Kingdom, due to Royal Air Force Marshal Hugh Dowding's blunders.
- Joel Richards, "In the Prison of His Days" - William Butler Yeats becomes a guerrilla leader in the Easter Rising.
- Esther Friesner, "Labor Relations" - Japanese Empress Jingo Kogo conquers Korea in AD 366. Has fantasy elements.
- William Sanders, "Empire" - Napoleon Bonaparte built an empire in North America rather than Europe.
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