Warlords: An Extraordinary Re-creation of World War II through the Eyes and Minds of Hitler, Churchill, Roosev

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Hachette Books, Sep 7, 2007 - History - 384 pages
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With innovative style and thorough scholarship, Warlords tells the story of World War II through the eyes and minds of its four great leaders-Adolf Hitler, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin. While their nations battled in the field, these warlords of the twentieth century waged a private war of the mind. From Whitehall and Washington to the Wolf's Lair and the Kremlin, Warlords documents their psychological battles and the attempts to outthink and outfight one another. Like a cinematic thriller, rapidly cutting from one man to the next, the narrative reveals each leader as they face history's greatest conflict-and each other.

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WARLORDS: An Extraordinary Re-creation of World War II Through the Eyes and Minds of Hitler, Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin

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World War II as worldwide wrestling, in which four quite different but evenly matched champs gird up for the knockout.British documentary producer and writer Berthon and researcher Potts know what ... Read full review

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This new work travels a path trod by dozens of historians over the past 60 years. Yet Berthon (Allies at War: The Bitter Rivalry Among Churchill, Roosevelt, and de Gaulle ) and TV reseacher Potts have ... Read full review

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Simon Berthon is a distinguished writer and producer of historical documentaries and is the author of Allies at War. Joanna Potts has worked on a number of television series including Empire by Niall Ferguson.

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