Originally published under the title Total War, this acclaimed analysis of the causes and courses of World War II has stood the tests of time and criticism. The first part deals with the war in the West, and the second covers the war in the Pacific Theatre. The three highly regarded authors of this classic resource create a fluid narrative that provides vivid portraits of the war leaders and an unflinching exploration of the devastation and hardship of this major world conflict.
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Peter Calvocoressi has written several books on international affairs and recent history. He has served on the councils of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the International Institute for Strategic Studies, and Amnesty International and on the United Nations Sub-Commitee on Discrimination and Minorities. He lives in England.
Guy Wint was a writer and journalist who, for ten years, was a leadwriter for the Manchester Guardian. He died in 1969.
John Pritchard is a writer, and has lectured on war studies, modern history, and international law at British and American universities.
"Combines elegance of style with mastery of the subject....It retains its preeminent position." --Lawrence Freedman, Sunday Times (London)
"A key work." --Financial Times
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Book Description Penguin Books, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140285024
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