Asimov, Isaac. "Living Space"
Divergence: c 1941 CE
Summary: Using parallel Earths to solve overpopulation in 4000 CE, humans encounter similar colonists from a world in which Germany won World War II.
Comments: Allohistorical content is virtually nil, being limited to about one sentence.
Published: In Earth is Room Enough: Science Fiction Tales of Our Own Planet, Doubleday 1957, Abelard-Schuman 1976 (0200723782); Out of This World 3 (eds. Amabel Williams-Ellis and Mably Owen), Blackie & Son 1961; Worlds of Maybe: Seven Stories of Science Fiction (ed. Robert Silverberg), q.v.; Valence and Vision: A Reader in Psychology (eds. Bob Jones and Richard L. Roe), Rinehart 1974 (0030084164); The Far Ends of Time and Earth, Doubleday 1979 (0385132697); Isaac Asimov's Wonderful Worlds of Science Fiction #10: Invasions (eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh), Penguin/Roc 1990 (0451450272); and Isaac Asimov: The Complete Stories, Volume I, Doubleday/Foundation 1990 (0385416067, 038541627X), HarperCollins UK 1993 (0002241390), 1994 (0006476473).
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Michel Deutsch as "Espace vital", in Espace vital, Librairie des Champs-Elysees 1976 (2702404723); J'ai lu 1987 (2277220558), 1993.