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Fateful choices, ten decisions that changed the world, 1940-1941, Ian Kershaw

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Fateful choices, ten decisions that changed the world, 1940-1941, Ian Kershaw
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 576-596) and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Fateful choices
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
77522737
Responsibility statement
Ian Kershaw
Sub title
ten decisions that changed the world, 1940-1941
Table Of Contents
London, spring 1940 : Great Britain decides to fight on -- Berlin, summer and autumn 1940 : Hitler decides to attack the Soviet Union -- Tokyo, summer and autumn 1940 : Japan decides to seize the "golden opportunity" -- Rome, summer and autumn 1940 : Mussolini decides to grab his share -- Washington, DC, summer 1940-spring 1941 -- Roosevelt decides to lend a hand -- Moscow, spring-summer 1941 : Stalin decides he knows best -- Washington, DC, summer-autumn 1941 : Roosevelt decides to wage undeclared war -- Tokyo, autumn 1941 : Japan decides to go to war -- Berlin, autumn 1941 : Hitler decides to declare war on the United States -- Berlin/East Prussia, summer-autumn 1941 : Hitler decides to kill the Jews
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