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

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Abe, Gen. N. (Japanese Prime Minister) 146
'Aberdeen' (offensive) 98-9
Achilles (British ship) 119
Admiralty see German Admiralty; Royal Navy advertising industry, and wartime in USA172-3
Afrika Corps and Libyan campaign94-6 air/aircraft in anti-U boat operations 123 attacks on D-Day 296 jet, Gloster 139 long range 123 Soviet 73 war in 126-39 see also bombers
Ajax (British ship) 119
Alam Halfa, battle of 103-4
Albania267, 273
Alexander, Gen. Harold103, 116 in Italian campaign 259 in Yugoslavia267
Alexandrov, Alexander Mikhailovich243 allied forces D-Day landings 296-7 Germany, invasion of 309-13 Italy, campaign in 256-60 southern France, landings in 303-4
Alperovitz, Gar336
Alsace-Lorraine33
Alsop, Joseph154
Altmark (German ship) 19
Amery, Leopold C.M.S.8, 11, 155, 208, 209
Anami, Gen. K.329, 335
Anglo-Soviet Treaty ( 1942) 270
Anschluss5
anti-Comintern Pact 142-3
anti-tank weapons 93
Anti-U Boat Warfare Committee ( 1942) 122
Antonescu, Gen. Ion50, 203, 283
Antwerp 306
'Anvil' (Operation) 257, 259, 294
Anzio landing 258
Ardennes, German counter-offensive 306-9
Arnhem, airborne attack on 306 von Arnim, Gen. Hans-Vürgen114
Arnold, Gen. H.H.37
Arnold, Thurman171
Asia
and Japan327
new order in 144-5, 147
and United States320-1
war in 140-64
Atlantic, battle of 58-60
first phase 118-19
second phase 119-20
third phase 120-1
fourth phase 121-2
last phase 122-5
Atlantic Charter 270
atomic bomb
debate over use 335-6
and east-west relations 341
on Japan330-3
moral implications of 336
Attlee, C.207-8, 210, 216, 342

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