8 edition of The Second World War in the West found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 218) and index.
|Series||The Cassell history of warfare|
|LC Classifications||D756 .M443 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||99495009|
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The Battle for France: Six Weeks that changed the World, Philip Warner. Tells the dramatic story of the German victory in the west in May-Junethe six week long campaign that led to German domination of the European continent and turned a mainly European conflict into a genuine World War.
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The Luftwaffe had bombed London, while German U-boats wrought havoc on Allied shipping on the Atlantic. And yet, as James Holland shows at the start of The Allies Strike Back, ―the second volume in his magisterial narrative of World War II in the West―cracks were already appearing in Germany’s apparent invincibility.
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The second volume, The War in the West:The Allies Strike Back,was published in and was called by Kirkus Reviews "an expert, anecdote-filled, thoroughly entertaining if heavily British-oriented history of the war’s middle years".Language: English. Ferguson's eight-hundred-page reevaluation of the Second World War presents itself as a grand theory about ethnic conflict, the end of empire, and the postwar triumph of the East.
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