History of World War II - Vol. 1

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History
Of
World War II

Volume 1

Origins and Outbreak

Marshall Cavendish
New York • London • Toronto • Sydney

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Set Contents 3
  • Map Key 9
  • Maps and Diagrams 10
  • Introduction 12
  • Legacies of World War I 16
  • Europe in the 1920s 38
  • The United States between the Wars 58
  • Building Nazi Germany 80
  • Asia between the Wars 98
  • Africa, the Middle East, and Latin between the Wars 116
  • Europe in the 1930s 134
  • Europe in Crisis 1938–1939 152
  • Germany's Blitzkrieg Victories, 1939–1940 170
  • The Isolation of Britain, 1940–1941 188
  • The Mediterranean, Africa, and the Middle East, 1940–1941 202
  • The Balkans in Flames, 1940–1941 222
  • The Eastern European Front, 1939–1941 234
  • The Battle of the Atlantic, 1939–1941 252
  • The Air War over Europe, 1939–1941 270
  • From Peace to War in the United States 287
  • Bibliography 308
  • Index 310
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