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THE STRUGGLE FOR EUROPE

by Chester Wilmot

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(Subject: World War II - General) One of the most important books written soon after World War II as it tells the story not only of how Hitler and the Third Reich were defeated, but of how Stalin and the Soviet Union emerged the real victors. The book draws on thousands of German State Papers plus official material which emerged at the Nuremburg Trials as well as Allied documents lluminating Anglo-American differences. All this apart, it tells a racy tale of the build-up to D-Day and the scenes on the Beaches and Bocage country of Normandy (Published: 1952) (Publisher: Collins & Brown) (Pagination: 766pp, numerous maps, appendices, index.) (Condition: Good in very worn and chipped d/w) UL-XXXXXX
  • Bookseller: Military History Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 5586-02
  • Title: THE STRUGGLE FOR EUROPE
  • Author: Chester Wilmot
  • Book condition: Used
  • Keywords: World War II - General One of the most important books written soon after World War II as it tells the story not only of how Hitler and the Third Reich were defeated, but of how Stalin and the Soviet Union emerged the real victors. The book draws on thous


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