The Global War: Widening of the Conflict Into a World War and the Shift of the Initiative, 1941-1943

Front Cover
Horst Boog
Clarendon Press, 2001 - History - 1301 pages
0 Reviews
Unparalleled in scope and depth, Germany and the Second World War is a magisterial ten-volume history series that will prove indispensable to historians of the twentieth century. This volume examines the transformation of a European war into a global conflict during the period from 1941-1943. It focuses on the politics, strategy, and operations of the belligerent powers as Germany lost the initiative to the Allies, and it spans both the climax and turning points of the war. Its detailed analysis is supplemented by numerous maps, diagrams, and tables.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

References to this book

All Book Search results »

About the author (2001)

Reinhard Stumpf, Werner Rahn,and Horst Boog are all at the Research Institute for Military History, Potsdam.

Bibliographic information