Klemens Von Klemperer - History - 2001 - 173 pages
Provides new insights into German thought and society in the context of the challenges of modernity in the first half of the century.
Tony Le Tissier - History - 1996 - 327 pages
Describes in detail Soviet-German activities on the Oder River barely 40 miles from Berlin from the end of January 1945 to the culmination of the four-day breakthrough battle ...
Alan J. Levine - History - 2000 - 258 pages
Accounts of daring escapes of World War II, these stories speak of human nature and survival in some of the toughest situations in Europe and the Pacific.
Stefan Wolff - History - 2003 - 227 pages
Examines the domestic and international dynamics of one of the 20th century's most interesting and complex phenomena.
Stephen Hart - History - 2000 - 214 pages
A reinterpretation of the British Army's conduct in the crucial 1944-45 Northwest Europe campaign, this work examines systematically the "Colossal Cracks" operational technique ...
Edward E. Ericson - Business & Economics - 1999 - 265 pages
The first English language study to analyze the development, extent, and importance of the Nazi-Soviet economic relationship from Hitler's ascension to power to the launching ...
Walter Scott Dunn - History - 1997 - 200 pages
This book gives an accurate account of the Soviet victory at Kursk, the signal for the transfer of the initiative to the Soviets in World War II.
Alan J. Levine - History - 2000 - 223 pages
Explains the detailed history of the Western armies in the liberation of Europe from D-Day to the German surrender.