Kornbluth, C.M. "Two Dooms"
Divergence: 1945 CE
What if: The US did not develop the atomic bomb.
Summary: A Los Alamos worker concerned about the power of the bomb is given a glimpse of the Axis partition of America.
Published: In Venture Science Fiction, July 1958; A Mile Beyond the Moon, Doubleday 1958; Great Short Novels of Science Fiction (ed. Robert Silverberg), Ballantine 1970; The Best of C.M. Kornbluth, Doubleday 1976 (0345254619), Taplinger 1977 (0800807235); What If? Volume 1: Stories that Should Have Won the Hugo (ed. Richard Lupoff), Pocket 1980; Hitler Victorious (eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg), q.v.; The World Treasury of Science Fiction (ed. David G. Hartwell), Little, Brown 1989 (0316349410), QPBC 1989; The Fantastic World War II (ed. Frank McSherry, Jr.), Baen 1990 (0671698818); Isaac Asimov Presents the Great SF Stories: 20 (1958) (eds. Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg), DAW 1990 (0886774055BUY); His Share of Glory: The Complete Short Science Fiction of C.M. Kornbluth, NESFA 1997 (0915368609BUY); and One Lamp: The Best Alternate History Stories from F&SF (ed. Gordon Van Gelder), q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Michel Deutsch as "Le moindre des fléaux", in Fiction #11.
Translation: Greek by Thanasis Vebos as "Dipli Kolasi", in An to Trito Raix (ed. Thanasis Vebos), q.v.
— Posted on-line at Alternative Factor, [[date unknown]] 1998.
Translation: Spanish by Sebastián Casto as "Doble destino", in Cuatro pasos al futuro, Acervo 1977 (8470022199).
Translation: Spanish by Domingo Santos as "Dos destinos", in Hitler Victorioso (eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg), q.v.