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No End Save Victory By Edited by Robert Cowley

No End Save Victory
by Edited by Robert Cowley

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A collection of writing on World War II, from some of the best-known historians in the world
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No End Save Victory: A Kaleidoscope of New Second World War Writing by Edited by Robert Cowley

This collection of writings taken from MILITARY HISTORY QUARTERLY gathers together 45 writers, some world-famous, some unknown, to give a brand new perspective on the Second World War. The reader can therefore enjoy Antony Beevor's work on Stalingrad, David Fraser on the battle for Normandy, and John Keegan's writing on the siege of Berlin between the same covers as the memoirs of an intelligence officer at El Alamein and a Kamikaze pilot who survived the Pacific War. Other writers include the novelist Caleb Carr, Alistair Horne, Stanley Weintraub, Victor Davis Hanson, David Glantz, and many more. The anthology covers the war in the west, on the Russian front, and in the Far East, and pursues themes as diverse as desert warfare, the submarine war, strategic bombing, prisoners of war, tactics and espionage.

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About Edited by Robert Cowley


Robert Cowley has edited two other collections of work from the MILITARY HISTORY QUARTERLY: The first, WHAT IF?, was a look at how the world would be had various key turning points in war gone the other way. The second is an anthology of writings on the American Civil War.

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GOR004269925
No End Save Victory: A Kaleidoscope of New Second World War Writing by Edited by Robert Cowley
Edited by Robert Cowley
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Orion Publishing Co
2002-06-13
704
0304361097
9780304361090
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