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Overview

In How Few Remain, Harry Turtledove set the stage for his alternate history of World War I. Now, with The Great War: American Front, he carries this epic into the early twentieth century in a re-imagining of the fateful war that hurtled humanity into the modern age. Envision a divided America - one camp led by Theodore Roosevelt, the other by Woodrow Wilson - in the most explosive conflict humankind has seen, where global war is waged with sophisticated weaponry on American soil for the first time in history. When the Great War engulfed Europe in 1914, the United States and the Confederate States of America, bitter enemies for five decades, entered the fray on opposite sides: the United States aligned with the newly strong Germany, while the Confederacy joined forces with their allies, Britain and France. But it soon became clear to both sides that this fight would be different - that war itself would never be the same again. As President Theodore Roosevelt rallied the diverse ethnic groups of the northern states - Irish and Italians, Mormons and Jews - Confederate President Woodrow Wilson struggled to hold together a nation still beset by ignorance, prejudice, and class divisions. And as the war raged on, southern blacks, oppressed for generations, found themselves fatefully drawn toward a climactic confrontation.
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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
This masterpiece of alternate history takes place in the same world as Turtledove's How Few Remain and begins a projected tetralogy of a First World War fought with Germany and the U.S. allied against Britain, France and the Confederacy. The reader is drawn in at once as a German cruiser approaches Boston and Jeb Stuart III trains his artillery on the Capitol Dome, and Turtledove sustains high interest throughout the lengthy narrative. As in How Few Remain, the author gives full recognition to social and economic factors (e.g., how conscription impacts politics; how labor shortages affect the position of barely emancipated blacks in the Confederacy). He also plausibly depicts the opening stages of race war. In addition, he unleashes the horrors of trench warfare on American soil and shows how an American army of occupation might look from the point of view of the occupied Canadians. With shocking vividness, Turtledove demonstrates the extreme fragility of our modern world, and how much of it has depended on a United States of America. This is state-of-the-art alternate history, nothing less. Author tour. (June) (PW best book of 1998)
VOYA - Tom Pearson
In his previous book titled How Few Remain (Del Rey, 1997), Turtledove set the stage for this alternate history of World War I. In this world, the South triumphed in the Civil War and became the Confederate States of America (CSA). Now the CSA and the United States of America (USA) enter World War I as bitter enemies. The USA is allied with Germany, while the CSA is allied with Britain, France, and Canada. The USA invades the Upper South and Canada, and the fierce fighting that results produces huge numbers of casualties due to the use of new weapons such as poison gas, the machine gun, and the airplane. Readers familiar with this author's work will not be fazed by the dizzying variety of characters, locales, and events depicted. Entirely fictional characters rub elbows with historical personages like Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and George Armstrong Custer (who in this reality managed to avoid his date with destiny at the Little Big Horn). Locales include a fishing trawler, occupied Washington, D.C., and a CSA prison for captured USA soldiers. As a Turtledove fan, I truly enjoyed this book, and found it charming the way his alternate histories sidle through history like snakes in a room full of razor blades. The problem with this author's alternate histories, however, is that much of their wit and charm is entirely lost on persons with little knowledge of history (i.e., high school students). Therefore, purchase of this book is recommended only where alternate histories in general or Turtledove in particular have already proven popular. VOYA Codes: 4Q 2P S (Better than most, marred only by occasional lapses, For the YA with a special interest in the subject, Senior High-defined as grades 10 to 12).
Library Journal
Turtledove, whose "Worldwar" saga presented an alternate look at World War II, turns his attention to World War I in his latest projected series, set along the same timeline as How Few Remain (LJ 8/97). The outbreak of war in Europe in 1914 brings about a corresponding declaration of war in North America as the rival United and Confederate states side with their respective allies. Vignettes of trench warfare in Kentucky, Marxist uprisings among the second-class black population of the Confederate States of America, and daily life in "occupied" Canada (an ally of the Confederates) provide the author with various viewpoints from which to examine the cost of the war to end all wars. Fans of alternate history and military fiction buffs will demand this well-thought-out series opener. Recommended for most libraries. [Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 2/15/98; for another book by Turtledove, written under the pseudonym H.R. Turteltaub, see Justinian, reviewed above.--Ed.]
Library Journal
A master of alternative history pits the United States against the Confederate States during World War I.
School Library Journal
YA-Turtledove's love of history has been evident in many of his SF novels, and especially intriguing are his "alternative histories," in which he takes a pivotal event and twists it. In this sequel to How Few Remain (Del Rey, 1997), in which the Confederate States of America won the Civil War and established its independence, the author moves the action into the 20th century. With the outbreak of World War I, the U.S., led by Theodore Roosevelt, joins forces with an aggressive Germany and the C.S.A., led by Woodrow Wilson, aligns with France and Great Britain. Through well-developed military and civilian characters, Turtledove shows the horrors and the life of trench warfare reimagined here on North American soil with its mustard gas and advanced weaponry, and the lives of everyday people caught up in events beyond their control. A great choice for libraries needing superior materials for SF collections or for history discussion.-John Lawson, Fairfax County Public Library, VA
Kirkus Reviews
The master of alternate history returns with this sequel to How Few Remain (1997), wherein the Confederate States of America, with the help of backing from the French and British, won its independence. Later, itþs true, the CSA was forced to free its slaves, but otherwise little changed. Now, in 1914, President Teddy Roosevelt has allied with Germany, while the CSA and Woodrow Wilson are backed by Britain and France. Abraham Lincoln's brand of communism, however, has taken root, and even while WWI rages on American as well as European soil, the CSAþs oppressed blacks prepare for the inevitable revolution. A workmanlike yarn whose connection to reality, insecure at the outset, grows more tenuous with every turning page. Expect another sequel.
From the Publisher
"The definitive alternate history saga of its time."
--Booklist (starred review)

"THIS IS STATE-OF-THE-ART ALTERNATE HISTORY,
NOTHING LESS."
--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Harry Turtledove has established himself as the grand master of the alternative history form."
--Poul Anderson

"Harry Turtledove is, quite simply, the best . . . and he is getting even better."
--S. M. Stirling
   Author of Island in the Sea of Time

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780345406156
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/12/1998
  • Series: Great War Series , #1
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 503
  • Product dimensions: 6.59 (w) x 9.56 (h) x 1.86 (d)

Meet the Author

Harry Turtledove was born in Los Angeles in 1949. After flunking out

of Caltech, he earned a Ph.D. in Byzantine history from UCLA. He has taught

ancient and medieval history at UCLA, Cal State Fullerton, and Cal State

L.A., and has published a translation of a ninth-century Byzantine chronicle,

as well as several scholarly articles.

He is also a full-time science fiction and fantasy writer; much of his

creative effort has been devoted to alternate history or history-based

fantasy.  His alternate history works include A World of Difference (a

first-contact story), The Guns of the South (a speculative novel of the

Civil War), and the Worldwar tetralogy that began in 1994 with Worldwar:

In the Balance.  His novella "Down in the Bottomlands" won a

Hugo award in 1994, and he is the coauthor, with actor Richard Dreyfuss, of

The Two Georges.

Two of his fantasy series, The Videssos Cycle  and The

Tale of Krispos,  are set in a world modeled on the Byzantine

Empire, and he returns to that universe with his recent Time of

Troubles tetralogy.

He is married to fellow novelist Laura Frankos. They have three daughters:

Alison, Rachel, and Rebecca.

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George Enos was gutting haddock on the noisome deck of the steam trawler Ripple when Fred Butcher, the first mate, sang out, "Smoke off the starboard bow!" That gave George an excuse to pull the latest fish off the deck, gut it, toss it down into the icy, brine-smelling hold, and then straighten up and see what sort of ship was approaching.

His back made little popping noises as he came out of this stoop. I'm getting too old for this line of work, he thought, though he was only twenty-eight. He rubbed at his brown mustache with a leather-gloved hand. A fish scale scratched his cheek. The sweat running down his face in the late June heat made the little cut sting.

He followed Butcher's pointing finger with his eyes. "A lot of smoke," he said, whistling low. "That's not just another Georges Bank fishing boat, or a tramp freighter, either." His Boston accent swallowed the r's in the final syllables of the last two words. "Liner, I'd guess, or maybe a warship."

"I think you're right," Butcher said. He was little and skinny and quick and clever, his face seamed by wind and sun and spray till he looked to have ten more years than the forty-five or so he really carried. His mustache was salt and pepper, about evenly mixed. Like Enos, he grew it thick and waxed the ends so they pointed toward his eyes. Half the men in the United States who wore mustaches modeled them after the one gracing Kaiser Wilhelm's upper lip.

Captain Patrick O'Donnell came out of the cabin and pressed a spyglass to his right eye. "Warship, sure enough," he said, his Boston mixed with a trace of a brogue. "Four-stacker--German armored cruiser, unless I'm wrong."

"If you say it, Captain,we'll take it to the bank," Fred Butcher answered. That wasn't apple-polishing. O'Donnell had spent years in the U.S. Navy, rising to chief petty officer, before he retired and went into business for himself. He'd seen German warships at a lot closer than spyglass range; he'd exercised alongside them, out in the middle of the Atlantic, and maybe in the Pacific, too.

"She's going to pass close to us," Enos said. He could see the great gray hull of the ship now, almost bow-on to the Ripple. The plume of black coal smoke trailed away behind.

Captain O'Donnell still had the telescope aimed at the approaching ship. "Imperial German Navy, sure enough," he said. "I can make out the ensign. Now--is that the Roon or the Yorck?" He kept looking, and finally grunted in satisfaction. "The Yorck, and no mistaking her. See how her cranes are pierced? If she were the Roon, they'd be solid."

"If you say so, Captain. You're the one with the spyglass, after all." Enos' chuckle suited his wry sense of humor. He took another naked-eye look at the oncoming Yorck. The cruiser was nearly bow-on. When he spoke again, he sounded anxious: "We see her, Captain, but does she see us?"

The question was anything but idle. As the Yorck drew near, she seemed more and more like an armored cliff bearing down on the steam trawler. The Ripple was 114 feet long and displaced 244 gross tons. That made her one of the bigger fishing boats operating out of Boston harbor. All at once, though, Enos felt as if he were in a rowboat, and a pint-sized rowboat at that.

"How big is she, Captain?" Fred Butcher asked. The huge hull and great gun turrets gave him pause, too.

"At the waterline, 403 feet, 3 inches," O'Donnell answered with the automatic accuracy of the longtime Navy man he was. "She displaces 9,050 tons. Four 8.2-inch guns, ten 6-inchers, crew of 557. Four-inch armor amidships, two-inch belts at the ends. She'll make twenty-one knots in a sprint."

"If she runs us down, she won't even notice, in other words," Enos said.

"That's about right, George," O'Donnell answered easily. He took pride in the strength and speed of naval vessels, as if having served on them somehow magically gave him strength and speed as well. Even so, though, his glance flicked to the American flag rippling atop the foremast. The sight of the thirty-four-star banner rippling in the brisk breeze must have reassured him. "They'll see us just fine. Here, if you're still worried, I'll send up a flare, that I will." He dug a cigar out of his jacket pocket, scraped a match against the sole of his boot, and puffed out a cloud almost as malodorous as the coal smoke issuing from the Yorck's stacks.

As if his cigar had been a message to the German cruiser, signal flags sprouted from her yards. O'Donnell raised the telescope to his eye once more. The cigar in his mouth jerked sharply upward, a sure sign of good humor. "By Jesus, they want to know if we have fish to sell!" he burst out. He turned to Butcher. "Tell 'em yes, and don't waste a second doing it."

The affirmative pennant went up almost as quickly as the order had been given. The Yorck slowed in the water, drifting to a stop about a quarter-mile from the Ripple. Then everyone aboard the steam trawler whooped with delight as the German cruiser let down a boat. "Hot damn!" yelled Lucas Phelps, one of the men minding the trawl the Ripple had been dragging along the shallow bottom of Georges Bank. "The Germans, they'll pay us better'n the Bay State Fishing Company ever would."

"And it all goes into our pockets, too," Fred Butcher said gleefully. On fish that made it back to Boston, the crew and the company that owned the boat split the take down the middle. Butcher went on, "We're light five hundred, a thousand pounds of haddock, that's not ever gonna get noticed."

The happy silence of conspiracy settled over the Ripple.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2003

    5 Stars for this GREAT book!

    2nd book of this Alternate world of choas which started in How Few Remain. if you are interested in this book make sure that you read How Few Remain first it leads into the Great War series which leads into the American Empire series which leads to the yet to be released Settling Accounts series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2013

    Good book but badly transcribed

    Either the publisher should have given the E-book transcription a good error check or they should have hired someone literate to perform the transcription! Many errors that are not in the print version. Otherwise it is a good book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2013

    Awesome

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

    Loved it

    Another great one in the series.

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

    Great series

    I bought them all and want to read them again. If only I could trade for ebook versions.

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

    End the stalemate

    And breakthrough to the end of the war. Great book in the series.

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  • Posted February 25, 2010

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    Get Hooked

    I got Hooked on the whole series after reading this book; I bought all 11!

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  • Posted February 25, 2010

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    Very interesting

    Has a very interesting mini-conclusion. The war is over! Read American Empire!

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  • Posted February 25, 2010

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    Second in a great series

    Read it! Love it! Get hooked! Great story, very interesting!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2007

    GREAT

    I have read a lot of books looking for a good what if book. Now I have found a great what if timeline i was realy pleased with this book and i recomened it to anyone who loves history

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2007

    Excellent history

    I think it was well written, it gives and shows reasons of how World War One starts in this alternate history life. It also has World War One references.I really reccomend it.It has great descriptions of the different settings. The only bad thing is it's pretty long.also it has a cool map.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2003

    Just buy it

    If you are into civil war or science fiction this is a great combination which makes a great story, plot and overall is one of the best books ive ever read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2002

    The Breakthrough

    A tremendous finish to the Great War Series. Throughout the whole series I couldn't wait to see how it all ended, and the ending was as much as I expected. Turtledove has me hooked. I can't wait to start reading more of his work.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2002

    War is Hell...

    ... and this book proves it. It is an awesome book describing war, and the affects it has on not only the soldiers, and the political leaders, but also civilians. It's action packed, and very hard to put down. A definite read for those who love war stories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2001

    good start!

    a very good start to a good book. Harry always comes thru with a good novel-I hope he continues & puts out a new book in the near future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2001

    A Different Kind Of Great War

    I was intrigued, and a little skeptical, when I picked up 'The Great War: American Front'. Until then the only good 'what if?' novel I had read was 'Fatherland' by Robert Harris. While Mr. Turtledove's book is on a different level, it exceeded all of my expectations. The author seems to have put a great deal of thought into the plot and the characters. Almost all of the scenes in the book come across with a feeling of authenticity. Mr. Turtledove has succeeded in making this idea of the USA fighting the Confederacy during the Great war very credible. Rarely does the book fall into the 'wishful thinking' that ruins so many other alternate history books. From the fighting in the trenches, the uprising in Utah to the Marxist rebellion in the South, the book takes the reader on a ride through the unknown what could have been.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2000

    Turtledove is the best there is at alternate history!

    This serries is so enthralling that you will not be able to put the book down. I know this is said about many books but I really could not put it down. I finished it in three days and wanted more! I love the way he works fictional characters in with real historical figures and events.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2000

    Pretty good!

    I liked it, but as usual with Turtledove there are a lot of characters to keep track of. It is also would be nice if there were some characters from the rest of the world, not only from america. An intersting point is that military logic, of the time, demands an harsh peace which lay the seed for another war regardless of which side won. I wonder if the economical terms will be equally harsh as the ones for territory and if the end of war will lead to an recession. All in all it's a good book and I will probably by the final, hopefully, installment as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2000

    Turtledove does it again!

    In The Great War: Breakthroughs Turtledove has written one of his best books ever and possibly set the stage for more books about WWII. In this book the U.S. gets it revenge against the Confederates, Canada and Great Britan. I've waited for this book for three years to see the U.S. come out on top. It was worth the wait.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2000

    This is another great book by Harry Turtledove.

    This book continues the Great War series. It is very believeable and very entertaining. If you like history or science fiction this is a book for you. It is also good for action lovers.

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