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In 207 BC, a vital message between the military forces of Carthage in their efforts to conquer Rome is intercepted falling into enemy hands and the fate of the 2nd Punic War turns in favor of Rome.

How might our world today be very different if the forces under Hannibal defeat Rome and gain decisive victory for Carthage, preventing the rise of the Roman Empire as we know it?

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Updated: Jan 22, 2021

In our ever-evolving efforts to see how new things will work for the podcast, this episode features a detailed "fork" that flows from Henry Clay winning the 1840 US Presidential election from frequent contributor Brant Frost. We are asking our listeners to consider Brant's timeline and respond with their thoughts via the website or send us an e-mail with our feedback. Brant will appear on a future episode to "defend" his timeline or respond to listener questions/feedback. If this works well, we will do it some more and hopefully with other contributors.

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On April 21, 1836, Texian forces defeated Mexican forces at the Battle of San Jacinto "winning" independence for Texas from Mexico.

What if the still numerically superior remaining Mexican forces in Texas had chosen to continue the war against the Texians and crush the revolution?

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