|The Best Military Science Fiction of the Twentieth Century|
|Editor||Harry Turtledove, with Martin H. Greenberg|
|Cover artist||David Stevenson|
|Genre(s)||Science Fiction, Alternate History|
|Publication date||May, 2001|
|Followed by||The Best Alternate History Stories of the Twentieth Century|
- Poul Anderson, "Among Thieves"
- Philip K. Dick, "Second Variety"
- Joe W. Haldeman, "Hero"
- Arthur C. Clarke, "Superiority"
- Orson Scott Card, "Ender's Game" (shorter novella version)
- David Drake, "Hangman"
- Harry Turtledove, "The Last Article"
- Cordwainer Smith, "The Game of Rat and Dragon"
- George R.R. Martin, "Night of the Vampires" (vampire is an airplane, not the monster)
- Gregory Benford, "To the Storming Gulf"
- Walter Jon Williams, "Wolf Time"
- C.J. Cherryh, "The Scapegoat"
- Anne McCaffrey, "Dragonrider" (this is about dragons)
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