|Alternate Generals III|
|Cover artist||Jeff Easley|
|Genre(s)||Alternate history, humorous fiction|
|Publication date||April 1, 2005|
|Preceded by||Alternate Generals II|
- A.M. Dellamonica, "A Key to the Illuminated Heretic" Joan of Arc was spared the death penalty in 1431 and returns to social activism in the 1450s.
- James Fiscus, "The Road to Endless Sleep" - Antony and Cleopatra defeated Octavian at Actium.
- William Sanders, "Not Fade Away" - Douglas MacArthur is captured by the Japanese in the Philippines.
- John Mina, "I Shall Return" - Dwight Eisenhower, George Patton and Jimmy Doolittle garrison the Philippines in December 1941.
- Harry Turtledove, "Shock and Awe" - Roman soldiers are sent to Jerusalem to suppress the Son of God's terrorist band.
- Brad Linaweaver, "A Good Bag" -
- Mike Resnick, "The Burning Spear at Twilight" - Jomo Kenyatta escapes from prison in 1955.
- Roland Green, "It Isn't Every Day of the Week" - Stephen Decatur's actions in the War of 1812 diverge from OTL.
- Judith Tarr, "Measureless to Man" - Genghis Khan converted to Judaism.
- Lillian Stewart Carl, "Over the Sea from Skye" - Under "Bonnie Prince Charlie's" leadership, Scotland secedes from the United Kingdom in the 1740s.
- Esther Friesner, "First, Catch Your Elephant" - Satire, not alternate history. A grunt's eye view of the Carthaginian attempt to capture Rome during the Second Punic War, with numerous humorous anachronisms.
- Lee Allred, "East of Appomattox" - Five years after the Confederate States won independence, Robert E. Lee travels to London to secure diplomatic recognition for his nation.
- Chris Bunch, "Murdering Uncle Ho" - During President John F. Kennedy's second term, American participation in the Vietnam War surged with disastrous results.
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