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Stirling, S.M. Marching Through Georgia. Baen 1988 (cover art by Kevin Davies).
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Stirling, S.M. Under the Yoke. Baen 1989 (cover art by Carl Lundgren).

Stirling, S.M. The Domination of the Draka
Divergence: 1776 CE
What if: British officer Patrick Ferguson, inventor of the breech-loading rifle, survived and prospered during the American Revolution. Also, after the Netherlands declared war, Britain captured its Cape colony and later used it to resettle Tory refugees from America.
Series note: Series containing Marching through Georgia, Under the Yoke, The Stone Dogs, and Drakon, plus the "shared-world" anthology Drakas! The first three novels constitute a self-contained trilogy — and have been published as such in the omnibus The Domination — and contain much supplemental information in appendices.
Comments: Discussed in Andreas Morlok's "The Domination of the Draka oder: 'You don't know how happy you are, boys!'", q.v. Two additional volumes, Unto Us a Child (a direct sequel to Drakon) and Laughter of the Guns (a prequel to the whole series), were at one time planned, but by mid 2003 Stirling had moved on to other projects.

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Stirling, S.M. The Stone Dogs. Baen 1990 (cover art by Paul Alexander).
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Stirling, S.M. The Domination. Baen 1999.

Stirling, S.M. Marching Through Georgia
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: The Dominion of the Draka strives to take over the world, but first Nazi Germany must be removed from the playing field.
Series note: First volume of The Domination of the Draka.
Published: Baen 1988 (0671650471). Rev., included in The Domination, Baen 1999 (0671577948BUY).
Original in: English.
Translation: Polish by Michal Jakuszewski as Szturm przez Gruzje, Zysk i s-ka 1998.

Stirling, S.M. Under the Yoke
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: The war between the Draka and the free nations ramps up.
Series note: Second volume of The Domination of the Draka.
Published: Baen 1989 (0671698435BUY), 1991 (0671720775BUY). Rev., included in The Domination, Baen 1999 (0671577948BUY).

Stirling, S.M. The Stone Dogs
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: The final battle between the Draka and the United States, c. 2000.
Series note: Third volume of The Domination of the Draka.
Published: Baen 1990 (0671720090BUY). Rev., included in The Domination, Baen 1999 (0671577948BUY).

Stirling, S.M. Drakon
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: A genegineered supersoldier from the Draka 24th century is accidentally transported to our 1995 New York. An American cyber-warrior is sent after her to minimize the possible damage.
Series note: Fourth volume of The Domination of the Draka.
Published: Baen 1996 (0671877119BUY).

Stirling, S.M. (ed.). Drakas!
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Shared-world anthology set in The Domination of the Draka timeline.
Comments: Includes William Sanders' "Custer Under the Baobab", John J. Miller's "Hewn in Pieces for the Lord", Roland J. Green's "Written by the Wind", David Drake's "The Tradesmen", Jane Lindskold's "The Big Lie", Lee Allred's "The Greatest Danger", William Barton's "Home is Where the Heart Is", Harry Turtledove's "The Last Word", Anne Marie Talbott's "A Walk in the Park", Markus Baur's "Hunting the Snark", John Barnes' "Upon Their Backs, to Bite 'Em", and Severna Park's "The Peaceable Kingdom".
Published: Baen 2000 (0671319469BUY).

Sanders, William. "Custer Under the Baobab"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: C. 1880, George Armstrong Custer has been cashiered from the US Army for failing to support the massacred forces of General Crook and joined the military in Drakia. He is sent to track down (and kill) a group of bushmen.
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Miller, John J. "Hewn in Pieces for the Lord"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: In 1883, Charles George Gordon is asked by the Draka to travel to the Sudan to assist with putting down the rebellion of the Mahdi. In return, he'll receive support for his plan to dam the Nile.
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Green, Roland J. "Written by the Wind"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: In 1905, Draka military observers see, and participate, in Japan's dirigible attack on the Russian fleet.
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Drake, David. "The Tradesman"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Lindskold, Jane. "The Big Lie"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: An alternative alternate history: an old soldier provides a second viewpoint of the exploits of a Drakan "hero" in the great Eurasian War, previously told in Stirling's Marching through Georgia.
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Allred, Lee. "The Greatest Danger"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Barton, William. "Home is Where the Heart Is"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Turtledove, Harry. "The Last Word"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Summary: Following the Draka defeat of the free Alliance, underground redoubts in the Appalachian mountains seek to prolong the final conquest.
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Baur, Markus. "Hunting the Snark"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Barnes, John. "Upon Their Backs, to Bite 'Em"
Series note: A crossover story involving the hero of Barnes's Timeline Wars in a cross-time meeting with Stirling's Domination of the Draka.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Park, Severna. "The Peaceable Kingdom"
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Set in Stirling's Domination of the Draka, universe.
Published: In Drakas! (ed. S.M. Stirling), q.v.

Stirling, S.M. The Domination
Divergence: 1776 CE
Series note: Omnibus of the original Draka trilogy: Marching through Georgia, Under the Yoke, and Stone Dogs.
Comments: This volume does not contain the appendices which appeared in the individual volumes. On the other hand, it does add a bit of framing material which provides linkage to the Drakan future briefly seen at the start of Drakon.
Published: Baen 1999 (0671577948BUY).