Military history

The World at War: The Landmark Oral History from the Previously Unpublished Archives

The World at War: The Landmark Oral History from the Previously Unpublished Archives

It told the story of the war through the testimony of key participants—from civilians to ordinary soldiers, from statesmen to generals.

INTRODUCTION

INTERVIEWEES

Chapter 1: GERMANY'S HITLER

Chapter 2: JAPAN'S MILITARISM

Chapter 3: APPEASEMENT AND PHONEY WAR

Chapter 4: BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC 1939–40

Chapter 5: FALL OF FRANCE AND DUNKIRK

Chapter 6: WINSTON CHURCHILL

Chapter 7: BATTLE OF BRITAIN AND THE BLITZ

Chapter 8: NORTH AFRICA AND THE BALKANS

Chapter 9: BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC 1940–41

Chapter 10: BARBAROSSA

Chapter 11: PEARL HARBOR

Chapter 12: FALL OF MALAYA AND RETREAT FROM BURMA

Chapter 13: BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC 1942–43

Chapter 14: BATTLE OF THE PACIFIC 1942–43

Chapter 15: VICTORY IN NORTH AFRICA

Chapter 16: STALINGRAD AND THE EASTERN FRONT

Chapter 17: STRATEGIC BOMBING: ROYAL AIR FORCE

Chapter 18: THE HOLOCAUST

Chapter 19: CASABLANCA AND TEHRAN

Chapter 20: ANGLO-AMERICAN RELATIONS

Chapter 21: ECONOMIC AND SCIENTIFIC WARFARE

Chapter 22: HOME FRONT

Chapter 23: OCCUPATION AND RESISTANCE

Chapter 24: STRATEGIC BOMBING: US ARMY AIR FORCE

Chapter 25: THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN

Chapter 26: D-DAY IN NORMANDY

Chapter 27: BATTLE OF THE PACIFIC 1944–45

Chapter 28: RETURN TO BURMA

Chapter 29: WESTERN EUROPE

Chapter 30: YALTA AND POLAND

Chapter 31: FALL OF BERLIN

Chapter 32: ENDURING THE UNENDURABLE

Chapter 33: SETTLING ACCOUNTS

Chapter 34: FALLING OUT: VIEWS IN 1970–72

Chapter 35: REFLECTIONS

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