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The Struggle For Europe

by Wilmot, Chester

Condition: Very Good


London: Collins, 1952. 766 pp includes index. In this book the author has endeavoured to explain , How and why the Western Allies, while gaining military victory, suffered political defeat; how and why, in the process of crushing Nazi Germany and liberating Western Europe, they allowed the Soviet Union to gain control of Eastern Europe. Illustrated with b/w and part colour situation maps. Blue boards with gilt lettering to spine. Map endpapers. Slight corner rounding, softening of spine tips. Gift inscription to title page.. Fourth Impression. Hard Cover. Very Good.




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