Author: Marc FerroISBN: 978-954-320-280-5
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Price: 17.00 lv
Stalin, Hitler, Churchill, Mussolini, De Gaul, Hirohito, Roosevelt - seven statesmen, seven titans, facing each other in a world battle. Heroism and malevolence, naivety and treachery, strategic genius and heavy defeats, conquests and resistance alternate and intertwine in the course of nearly three decades. Alongside the strong ideological currents, which have indelibly marked the 20th century, the role stands out of the great personalities, leaving deep and lasting traces in the history of mankind. The powerful actors come closer and grow far apart in their views in front of the readers' eyes; they unite and betray each other in the field of diplomacy or on the theatre of military operations in a play of hatred and political seduction, which is to decide the fate and future of nations. French historian and researcher Marc Fero (born 1924), whose works have been translated into more than 20 languages, draws on unknown or little familiar sources to offer a somewhat different view of the Second World War, from the standpoint of the leaders, who had powerfully reshaped the world for years ahead.
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