“The point in history at which we stand is full of promise and danger. The world will either move forward toward unity and widely shared prosperity—or it will move apart.” President Franklin D. Roosevelt
To change our timeline requires changing six events on the same day in different. The Time Patrol’s mission is to keep our timeline intact, no matter what the cost.
14 February. Valentines Day 1929 1945 1946 278 1779 1945 What do they all have in common? A day when history stood in the balance.
Travel back in time to Chicago, 14 February 1929. The day seven men are machine-gunned in a massacre that will change the public’s perception of the mob. What if that day turns out very differently with seven different victims?
Travel back in time to the Great Bitter Lake on 14 February 1945. The day on which the Roosevelt becomes the first American President to meet a Saudi King and the future of the Middle East is set. Think of the future that can be changed if that meeting turns in a different direction.
Travel back in time to Hawaii on 14 February 1779. The day the great explorer, Captain Cook, is killed. What if he lives?
Travel back in time to Dresden, Germany on 14 February 1945. The day Dresden is firebombed. Where he meets POW Kurt Vonnegut. What if Vonnegut dies?
For her 24-hour bubble in time, Moms travels back to Philadelphia, 14 February 1945. The day the ENIAC computer is unveiled. What if this critical stage in computing, largely worked by six special women, the ENIAC Six, fails?
Travel back in time to Rome, 14 February 278. The day a priest named Valentine is executed and a myth begins. What if the priest isn’t what he appears?