The End of the Battle

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Dell, 1964 - World War, 1939-1945 - 309 pages
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Review: The End of the Battle (Sword of Honour #3)

User Review  - Marten - Goodreads

I loved this book, the third of the Sword of Honor Trilogy. Waugh brilliantly brings all the wayward characters and issues together in this book and ties it all up in a hilariously funny way. As in ... Read full review

Review: The End of the Battle (Sword of Honour #3)

User Review  - Amit - Goodreads

Unconditional Surrender/End of Battle, the third volume of the WW2 saga is a fitting end to the Sword of Honor trilogy. The humor has become somewhat rarer, and when it's there it's either way too dry ... Read full review

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Contents

State Sword
11
Fin de Ligne
59
The Death Wish
191
Copyright

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Joan Didion on The End of the Battle by Evelyn Waugh on National ...
By 1943, when The End of the Battle begins, he is back in London, a London crowded with old people, disorder, fragments of things once known. ...
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Books of The Times
In "The End of the Battle," he ends up in Yugoslavia with Tito's partisans. Everything is here: the social system, the military bureaucracy, wartime London, ...
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Whiffle's On the Care of the Pig: Auschwitz-Birkenau
"Quantitative judgments don't apply." The End of the Battle, Evelyn Waugh. Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Auschwitz-Birkenau. Drive for about sixty kilometers east ...
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A Companion to Evelyn Waugh's Sword of Honour : Unconditional ...
With Unconditional Surrender (known in the United States as The End of the Battle) we come to the final novel of Evelyn Waugh’s war trilogy. ...
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Sword of Honour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It consists of three novels, Men at Arms (1952), Officers and Gentlemen (1955) and Unconditional Surrender (published as The End of the Battle in the us) ...
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A Class War - TIME
With The End of the Battle, Evelyn Waugh completes a trilogy of novels about a segment of Britain in World War II. Neither as bouncy as Men at Arms nor as ...
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Critical Praise: Evelyn Waugh
"The importance of The End of the Battle lies not so much in itself (beautifully organized and written and hypnotically readable as it is) as in its ...
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The Atlantic | Feb 2001 | A Maverick Historian | Lively
The recently reissued Sword of Honour trilogy, consisting of Men at Arms, Officers and Gentlemen, and The End of the Battle, was originally published from ...
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Evelyn Waugh: Biography and Much More from Answers.com
The Men at Arms trilogy - Men at Arms (1952), Officers and Gentlemen (1955), and The End of the Battle (1961) - was based on Waugh's experiences in World ...
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