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No end save victory

perspectives on World War II

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Published by G.P. Putnam"s in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementessays by Stephen E. Ambrose ... [et al.] ; edited by Robert Cowley.
    ContributionsAmbrose, Stephen E., Cowley, Robert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD743 .N6 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 688 p. :
    Number of Pages688
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6787956M
    ISBN 10039914711X
    LC Control Number00045694

    Get this from a library! No end save victory: perspectives on WWII. [Robert Cowley;] -- This collection of forty-four essays covers a wide range of World War II subjects and is written by bestselling and award-winning historians. Some highlights include Caleb Carr on Poland in , the. In No End Save Victory, esteemed historian David Kaiser draws on extensive archival research to reveal the careful preparations that enabled the United States to win World War II. Alarmed by Germany and Japan's aggressive militarism, Roosevelt understood that the United States would almost certainly be drawn into the conflict raging in Europe.

      In NO END SAVE VICTORY, esteemed historian David Kaiser draws on extensive archival research to reveal the careful preparations that enabled the United States to win World War II. Alarmed by Germany and Japan’s aggressive militarism, Roosevelt understood that the United States would almost certainly be drawn into the conflict raging in Europe.   In No End Save Victory, esteemed historian David Kaiser draws on extensive archival research to reveal the careful preparations that enabled the United States to win World War II. Alarmed by Germany and Japan's aggressive militarism, Roosevelt understood that the United States would almost certainly be drawn into the conflict raging in Europe 4/5(70).

      No End Save Victory: How FDR Led the Nation into War. By David Kaiser. New York: Basic Books, pp. Nearly seventy years after his death in April , the maddeningly elusive Franklin Roosevelt (or FDR) fascinates us still. Listen to "No End Save Victory Perspectives on World War II" by Various available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Leo Burmester. Start a free day trial today and get your first audiobook free. No End Save Victory will find a large and appreciative audience eager to hear what our era's most distingBrand: Highbridge.


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In No End Save Victory, esteemed historian David Kaiser draws on extensive archival research to reveal the careful preparations that enabled the United States to win World War II. Alarmed by Germany and Japan's aggressive militarism, Roosevelt understood that the United States would almost certainly be drawn into the conflict raging in Europe Cited by: 2.

No End Save Victory is a collection of brilliant essays about World War II by some of the most renowned historians in their field.

Essays include: Caleb Carr on Poland in the only war Hitler actually won; Stephen E. Ambrose on a pivotal battle to take the Rhine; John Keegan on the siege of Berlin; Thaddeus Hold on the King of Bataan; Kanji Suzuki on A Kamikaze's Story; Thomas B.

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Includes maps. No End Save Victory provides the reader with interesting and insightful short essays highlighting some of the most overlooked periods of an often overplayed part of ng the lesser know battles and looking at the performance of the other side, No End Save Victory offers the reader a view at history through the eyes of some of our most famous historians.

No End Save Victory: How FDR Led the Nation Into War By David Kaiser. pages. Basic Books, $ In this extraordinary book David Kaiser, professor emeritus of strategy at the Naval War College, traces President Franklin Roosevelt’s role in pushing a reluctant American people toward participation in the Second World War.

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