In every account of historical significance, there is what history has recorded, there is what research determines the reasons for that historical account to be valid, and there are those people who believe that there are inaccuracies which need to be clarified.
Some of those people may then seek to re-write history as they see it, so that those "inaccuracies" might be removed and the historical account corrected.
Unknown to most people though, is the back story, the account of what "really" happened.
Lastly, for those not satisfied with these explanations of written history, there is one other: There is the way we wish a historical event had happened, instead of the way it did.
Here, we examine what history would have looked like if we had the ability to make that "wish" come true.
Some people contend that we do not have the right to make changes to events of the past. Leave it alone, they would say. Take the results for what they are. The future should become what it did become. Fine, I say, but while the future may well be written in stone, must the past also?
Do we have the right to ask this question: Does He, "The One" Who decrees it all, have the final and only say?
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