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Why is there no fiction about if WW2 never happened?

Obviously, there is no shortage of fiction about the Nazis winning WW2. Fatherland, Man in the High Castle, It Happened Here, etc. But why is there so little (if any) fiction about WW2 (or more specifically the Holocaust) never happening. Films where instead of the US having the lion’s share of the Jewish population there is a thriving community of Jews in Central and Eastern Europe. Films where instead of being distrupted and broken up by the war the Bund continued to be an influential political force and influence the mainstream socialist and anarchist movements up to this day. Films with Ashkenazi Jews who still live in the land that they got their name from.

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