Written with sharp perception and great style, this chronicle of the Second World War is sure to satisfy professional scholars, armchair historians, and interested students. History professor Stokesbury traces the beginnings and endings of a twentieth century conflict and raises some provocative "what ifs." One of the questions he poses: If Hitler had not invaded Russia, could the Third Reich have won the war?
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