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Moorcock, Michael. A Nomad of the Time Streams. White Wolf 1997.

Moorcock, Michael. A Nomad of the Time Streams
Series note: Omnibus of the series The Warlord of the Air, The Land Leviathan, and The Steel Tsar.
Comments: All three volumes, especially The Steel Tsar, were revised for the 1993 Millennium omnibus edition, with further corrections in the later editions.
Published: As A Nomad of the Time Streams, Millennium 1993 (1857980344); White Wolf 1995 (1565041798); rev Millennium 1996 (185798448X); White Wolf 1997 (1565041941BUY).
Published: As The Nomad of Time, SFBC 1982.

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Moorcock, Michael. The Warlord of the Air. Ace 1971.
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Moorcock, Michael. The Warlord of the Air. Titan 2013.

Moorcock, Michael. The Warlord of the Air
Divergence: c 1910 CE
What if: The World Wars never occurred.
Summary: While on duty on the Indian Frontier in 1902, British officer Oswald Bastable enters a labyrinth and exits to find himself in a 1973 in which the Great Powers still benevolently dominate the globe, but the forces of nationalism are beginning to chaff in certain of their colonies, most notably in China.
Series note: First tale of The Nomad of the Time Streams.
Published: New English Library 1971; Ace 1971 (0441876005); rev Quartet 1978; DAW 1978 (0879973803BUY), 1982 (0879977752BUY); Granada 1981; Grafton 1989 (0586208887BUY); Titan 2013 (1781161453BUY).
Published: Included in A Nomad of the Time Streams.
Published: Excerpt "Benediction" in Steampunk (eds. Ann VanderMeer and Jeff VanderMeer), Tachyon 2008 (1892391759).
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Denise Hersant as Le Seigneur des airs, Opta 1976 (2720100447), Pocket 1996.
Translation: German by Sylvia Pukallus as Der Herr der Lüfte, Heyne 1982.

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Moorcock, Michael. The Land Leviathan: A New Scientific Romance. DAW 1976 (cover art by Michael Whelan).

Moorcock, Michael. The Land Leviathan: A New Scientific Romance
Divergence: c 1870 CE
What if: In the 1870s, a genius developed numerous new technologies, alleviating many of society's ills and freeing the world much of the drudgery of simple day-to-day survival.
Summary: Oswald Bastable discovers himself in an 1904 in which humanity with too much time on its hands has gone to war. Civilization has almost collapsed and only the Australasian-Japanese Federation stands between the "Black Attila" and world domination.
Series note: Second tale of The Nomad of the Time Streams.
Published: Doubleday 1974 (0385014732); Amereon 1974 (0891901531BUY); Quartet 1974 (0704320185, 070433013XBUY); DAW 1976 (0879974486BUY), 1982 (0879977744BUY); Panther 1981 (0583131026); Grafton 1990 (0586209972); Titan 2013 (1781161461BUY).
Published: Included in A Nomad of the Time Streams.
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Denise Hersant as Le Léviathan des terres, Opta 1976 (2720100730), Pocket 1996 (2266069152).
Translation: German by Sylvia Pukallus as Der Landleviathan, Heyne 1982.

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Moorcock, Michael. The Steel Tsar. Translated to the French as Le Tsar d'acier, Pocket 1997.
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Moorcock, Michael. The Steel Tsar. Titan 2013.

Moorcock, Michael. The Steel Tsar
Summary: Bastable ends up on a 1941 Kerenskian Russian airship fighting Japanese invaders and Cossacks led by a Georgian named Djugashvili.
Series note: Third tale of The Nomad of the Time Streams.
Published: Granada 1981; DAW 1982 (0879977736BUY); Grafton 1990 (0586209980BUY); Titan 2013 (178116147XBUY).
Published: Included in A Nomad of the Time Streams.
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Jacques Schmitt as Le Tsar d'acier, Opta 1985 (2720102355), Pocket 1997 (2266069179).
Translation: German by Sylvia Pukallus as Der Stahlzar, Heyne 1984.