The Last 100 Days

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Random House, 1966 - 622 halaman
Basing his report on hundreds of interviews with eyewitnesses from 21 countries and on several thousand primary sources, the author relats the military and diplomatic strategy that defeated Nazism and Fascism at the close of World War II. Within the 100 days Rossevelt, Mussolini, and Hitler died. Mr Toland describes them as well as such military leaders as Patton, Montgomery, and Heinrici.

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Even after surviving D-Day, Market-Garden, and the Battle of the Bulge achieving victory in Europe in WWII was far from a simple, straightforward task. While Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin were ... Baca ulasan lengkap

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This book is a good account of the close of the war in Europe, seen from numerous perspectives. Toland interviewed people at all levels and from all combatants. The pace of the book is good and gives a pretty balanced look at what was occurring. Strongly recomended reading. Baca ulasan lengkap


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