A World in Flames: A Short History of the Second World War in Europe and Asia, 1939-1945

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Contents
List of Mapsviii
Acknowledgementsix
Introduction1
1 From the Outbreak of the War to the Fall of France (September 1939-July 1940)12
2 The Battle of Britain and the Balkan Campaign (July 1940-June 1941)39
3 The Attack on the Soviet Union (June 1941-December 1941)62
4 The War in the Mediterranean (March 1941-May 1943)90
5 The War at Sea and in the Air118
6 The War in Asia (September 1931-July 1944)140
7 The United States and the War165
8 Europe under the Nazis183
9 Two Countries at War: Britain and Germany207
10 From Moscow to Kursk (January 1942-August 1943)228
11 Italy and the Balkans (July 1943-October 1944)250
12 The Soviet Advance (August 1943-April 1945)270
13 From Normandy to the Elbe (June 1944-May 1945)292
14 The End of the War in Asia (October 1944-September 1945)317
15 Conclusion337
Select Bibliography345
Maps351
Index361

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