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Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. GURPS Alternate Earths. Steve Jackson Games 1996.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. GURPS Alternate Earths
Summary: Sourcebook containing six alternate history scenarios for the GURPS role-playing game: w88 android, "Ezcalli", "Gernsback", "Reich-5", "Roma Aeterna", and "Shikaku-mon".
Published: Steve Jackson Games 1996 (1556343183BUY).
Web link: Steve Jackson Games

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. GURPS Alternate Earths II
Summary: Sourcebook containing six alternate history scenarios for the GURPS role-playing game: "Aeolus", "Caliph", "Centrum", "Cornwallis", "Midgard", and "Ming-3".
Published: Steve Jackson Games 1999 (155634399XBUY).
Web link: Steve Jackson Games

Hite, Kenneth, and William H. Stoddard. GURPS Weird War II
Summary: Sourcebook containing three alternate history scenarios and supporting material for the GURPS role-playing game: Craig Neumeier and Michael S. Schiffer's "The Terrible Ifs" and Hite's "Technomancer 1942", "World War 2.1", and "All This and World War, Too".
Published: Steve Jackson Games 2003 (1556346611BUY).

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Hite, Kenneth, Steve Jackson, and John M. Ford GURPS Infinite Worlds. Steve Jackson Games 2005.

Hite, Kenneth, Steve Jackson, and John M. Ford. GURPS Infinite Worlds
Summary: Sourcebook for the GURPS role-playing game, including updated material previously published in GURPS Alternate Earths and GURPS Alternate Earths 2, both q.v.
Published: Steve Jackson Games 2005 (1556347340w88 androidBUY).

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Dixie"
Divergence: 1856 CE
What if: William Walker kept control of Nicaragua in the 1850s.
Summary: He would break the Union naval blockade and the South would have won the American Civil War. In the 1980s, the USA, CSA, and Imperial Germany are rival powers.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Ezcalli"
Divergence: 508 BCE
What if: Carthaginians discovered America in 508 BCE.
Summary: The early Columbian Exchange would have shattered the Roman Empire, and the Aztecs would eventually be the greatest world power during the early industrial era of the 1800s.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Gernsback"
Divergence: 1893 CE
What if: Nikola Tesla married J.P. Morgan's daughter Anne in 1893.
Summary: With Morgan's funding Tesla would have built many inventions, leading to a 1930s-style future run by the League of Nations and the World Science Council.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Reich-5"
Divergence: 1933 CE
What if: FDR was assassinated in 1933.
Summary: Germany wins World War II, the U.S. goes fascist, and the world goes to hell.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Roma Aeterna"
Divergence: 9 BCE
What if: Drusus pacified Germany for Rome in 9 BCE.
Summary: The Roman Empire would have developed a dynastic cycle like China, along with industrial-era technology, and control most of the world by the nineteenth century.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Shikaku-mon"
Divergence: 1497 CE
What if: Ferdinand and Isabella's son John survived his 1497 accident.
Summary: By 2000, the world's great powers would be France, Brazil, a Christian Japanese Empire ruling most of Asia, and a totalitarian Swedish Empire.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Aeolus"
Divergence: 1688 CE
What if: James II remained King of England after the Glorious Revolution failed.
Summary: In 1943 Eastern Europe, a newborn Republican Alliance challenges the Habsburgs and the entire ancien regime.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Caliph"
Divergence: 796 CE
What if: Haroun al-Rashid became the patron of a printing press in Baghdad.
Summary: 800 years after a 9th Century scientific revolution, the interplanetary Dar al-Islam is cast into a terrifying war.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Centrum"
Divergence: 1120 CE
What if: The White Ship carrying William the AEtheling made port safely.
Summary: A dystopian crossworld-spanning culture built up after the self-destruction of a global Anglo-French Empire.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Cornwallis"
Divergence: 1776 CE
What if: Turgot was not forced into retirement and quashed the idea of French aid to the American rebellion.
Summary: In 1984 the "monarchic centralism" of the Five Thrones is threatened by the radical Russian Dominate.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Midgard"
Divergence: 860 CE
What if: Vikings burned Constantinople.
Summary: In 1412 Norse-descended realms in northern Europe, Russia, and North America are starting a new age of expansion.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth, Craig Neumeier, and Michael Schiffer. "Ming-3"
Divergence: 1426 CE
What if: A plague killed the Dowager Empress of China and causeed the Emperor to move the capital back to Nanking.
Summary: Many fear the Ming have lost the Mandate of Heaven to rule the world-spanning empire they have constructed in the 450 years since Jeng Ho.
Published: In GURPS Alternate Earths II, q.v.

Neumeier, Craig, and Michael S. Schiffer. "The Terrible Ifs"
Comments: Introduction to a role-playing game sourcebook which discusses alternate history in the context of World War II.
Published: In Hite and Stoddard's GURPS Weird War II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth. "Technomancer 1942"
Summary: Game scenario in which a magical event in Nuremberg in 1919 leads to the use of sorcery in World War II.
Published: In GURPS Weird War II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth. "World War 2.1"
Divergence: 1933 CE
What if: The Nazis adopted Hollerith computing technology.
Summary: Role-playing game scenario in which the Wermacht uses advanced technology for operational analysis and crafting intelligent military strategies, and successfully invades England in 1941.
Published: In GURPS Weird War II, q.v.

Hite, Kenneth. "Technomancer 1942"
Divergence: 1943 CE
Summary: Role-playing game scenario involving interdimensional combat in World War II after the "Philadelphia Experiment" tears a hole in space.
Published: In GURPS Weird War II, q.v.