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Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes Forever. Ballantine/Del Rey 1998.

Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes Trilogy
Divergence: 1852 CE
What if: The Duke of Wellington lived into the 1860s, but Britain's Prince Albert died several weeks earlier of typhoid. Without Albert's softening words, H.M. government adopted an inflexible response to the Trent affair and prepared for war with the United States.
Series note: Trilogy including Stars and Stripes Forever, Stars and Stripes in Peril, and Stars and Stripes Triumphant.

Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes Forever
Divergence: 1852 CE
Summary: In late 1861, relations between Britain and the United States progress toward war, beginning with a British invasion of upper New York and leaving the U.S. caught between two enemies. But a British attempt to break the Union blockade of the Gulf Coast mistakenly attacks Confederate Biloxi and the warring States suddenly find themselves with common cause.
Series note: First volume of the Stars and Stripes Trilogy.
Published: As Stars and Stripes Forever, Hodder & Stoughton 1998 (034068917X); New English Library 1998 (0340689188).
Published: As Stars & Stripes Forever, Ballantine/Del Rey 1998 (0345409337BUY), 1999 (0345409345BUY).
Original in: English.
Translation: Russian as [[title unknown]], Eksmo 2000 (5040016948).

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Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes in Peril. Hodder & Stoughton 2000.

Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes in Peril
Summary: In response to Britain's plans to attack America via the Pacific and Mexico, the United States turns the tables by invading and liberating Ireland.
Series note: Second volume of the Stars and Stripes Trilogy.
Published: As Stars and Stripes in Peril, Hodder & Stoughton 2000 (0340689196); New English Library 2000 (034068920X).
Published: As Stars & Stripes in Peril, Ballantine/Del Rey 2000 (0345409353BUY), 2001 (0345409361BUY).
Original in: English.
Translation: Russian as [[title unknown]], Eksmo 2000 (5040054696).

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Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes Triumphant. Hodder & Stoughton 2002.

Harrison, Harry. Stars and Stripes Triumphant
Summary: Following continued British provocations, including interference with shipping and raids on the Irish coast, the re-united U.S. takes Sherman's "lightning war" to English soil.
Series note: Third volume of the Stars and Stripes Trilogy.
Published: As Stars and Stripes Triumphant, Hodder & Stoughton 2002 (0340689218); New English Library 2002 (0340689226).
Published: As Stars & Stripes Triumphant, Ballantine/Del Rey 2003 (034540937XBUY, 0345409388BUY).