History of World War II - Vol. 3

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History of World War II - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 641
  • Volume 3: Victory and Aftermath 643
  • Set Contents 645
  • Operation Overlord 646
  • From Normandy to the Ardennes 664
  • Italy and the Mediterranean, 1944–1945 680
  • The Eastern European Front, 1944 698
  • The European Air War, 1944–1945 716
  • The Battle of the Atlantic, 1944–1945 730
  • From the Rhine to the Elbe 744
  • The Fall of the Third Reich, 1945 760
  • Island Hopping in the Pacific, 1944 776
  • Burma and China, 1944–1945 796
  • The Defeat of Japan, 1945 810
  • Counting the Cost of War 830
  • From World War to Cold War, 1945–1948 850
  • The Technology and Tactics of War 868
  • Remembering the War 888
  • Bibliography 906
  • For Further Research 907
  • Organization of Principal Allied Armies 910
  • Organization of Principal Axis Armies 912
  • Major Naval Combatants 914
  • Types of Allied Aircraft 916
  • Types of Axis Aircraft 918
  • Time Line of World War II 920
  • Index of Personalities 928
  • Index of Places 933
  • Index of Battles and Campaigns 938
  • Comprehensive Index 940
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