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  • ...hive.org/details/newcenturionata00eastgoog/page/n5] Anthologized ''British Future Fiction 1700-1914'', ed. I. F. Stone. vol. 6 (of 8 vols.). London: Pickerin ...ed by Stone in the volume "The Next Great War." In his review of ''British Future Fiction'' (''SRFA Review'' #254-55 [Sept.-Dec. 2001]), Alan Sandison, notes
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  • ...90). The story was written a year and a half before the outbreak of World War I. Clarke notes Doyle was quite as deliberate as [[Wells, H. G.|Wells]] had been [in ''War of the Worlds'' and elsewhere]. He wrote, he said, in order 'to direct publ
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  • ...n apolitical, non-propaganda attempt by a future UK Secretary of State for War to give, in the words of the author, "'a faithful idea of the possible cour
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  • ...ered armor in R. A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers and J. Haldeman's Forever War. See Supertanks below, this section. Rev. Barry H. Reynolds, FR #91, 9.5
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  • ...audiobook from Audible.com.[https://www.audiobooks.com/audiobook/american-war-a-novel/285041] ...ces Prophesying War]]''; cf. in some key points Frederik Pohl's ''The Cool War''.[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cool_War]
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  • '''McAuley, Paul. ''The Quiet War''.''' London: Gollancz, 2008. New York: Pyr, 2009.[http://www.isfdb.org/cgi ...e Quiet War'' combines elements of space opera, terraforming colonization, future technowar, ecocatastrophe and sociopolitical fantasy [...].
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  • ...d (unfortunately!) petty-much realistic fiction, bordering on SF on future-war of the thermonuclear variety. ...in Jenni G. Halpin, review of "Under the Shadow: The Atomic Bomb and Cold War Narratives," ''SFRA Review'' #306 (Fall 2013): pp. 15-16.[http://sfra.org/r
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  • ...Herbert George.''' Note evaluation by I. F. Clarke, ''[[Voices Prophesying War]]'', ch. 3, p. 87: ...nsion of science and mechanism' and 'the absolute revolution in the art of war that science and mechanism are bringing about'. (Quoting Wells, ''Anticipat
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  • '''Vinge, Vernor. ''Across Real Time.''''' Combining ''The Peace War'' (1984) and ''Marooned in Realtime'' (1986). Garden City, NY: Doubleday, n ...iction). ''Marooned in Realtime'' is a detective story sequel set in a far-future with pathetically few human beings, divided up into "high-techs" and "low-t
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  • ...r in R. A. Heinlein, ''Starship Troopers'', and J. Haldeman, ''The Forever War'' (cited under Fiction).
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  • ...offers a steampunk takedown of the logic of the Cold War. In this imagined future, two nations compete for global dominance: Uniterr, an exaggeration of the ...Kornbluth's ''[[The Space Merchants]]'' and Pohl's sequel ''The Merchants' War'' (1984).[http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?11825]
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  • Near-future Cold-War intelligence novel featuring a badly injured American scientist who gets cy
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  • Anthology of 10 future-war stories featuring high-tech tanks and other weaponry. The tanks are mobile
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  • ...ven implanted nanocomputers for fire control and combat reflexes. When the war is over, nobody wants them around, and they are exiled to a world of their ...and contrast fighting suits, as in [[Starship Troopers]] and [[The Forever War]].
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  • ...a tale of nation building. . . . [where] nationhood . . . develops out of war." As part of "the book's computer-centered theology[,] . . . computer compo
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  • ...on future-war produced in the UK and Western Europe in the run-up to World War I. Routledge acknowledges how "the wise and good" look forward a time of pe ...sider that the more costly and ingenious and complicated the implements of war become, the more certain will be the extension and the permanence of civili
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  • .... is long and useful; includes sections on "Marvelous Inventions," "Future War," and significant stories by E. P. Butler, J. B. Harris-Burland, J. K. Jero
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  • ...while the intellectuals wander topside in nomadic tribes. The coms worship war and destruction. The hero, a com Exceptional, looks into a computer malfunc
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  • "[[Autofac]]," 5 March 2018. As in the story, "after a nuclear war, a small community of survivors" finds themselves "challenged by an automat ...emphasis.[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foster,_You%27re_Dead!] "In a near-future dystopia, the United States is divided between high-tech, hysterically para
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  • ...es adjusted accordingly), Zacharias Rumpler is granted a wish to visit the future. For the ''Clockworks2'' theme note the vision of the 20th century, general ...balloon-taxis abound), and finds equally “stupid” and “terrible” armies of war machines that automatically fight each other. After inadvertently ruining a
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