From Munich to Pearl Harbor by David Reynolds
Roosevelt's America and the Origins of the Second World War (American Ways Series)

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A master historian's provocative new interpretation of FDR's role in the coming of World War II. Brilliant. —Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. American Ways Series.
 

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David Reynolds is a professor of international history at Cambridge University. He has held visiting positions at Harvard University and Tokyo’s Nihon University and is the author of eight books, including Rich Relations: The American Occupation of Britain, 1942—1945, one of his two prizewinning studies of Anglo-American relations in World War II. He lives in Cambridge, England.
 
Published August 5, 2002 by Ivan R. Dee. 225 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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Cambridge University fellow Reynolds (One World Divisible: A Global History Since 1945) provides a succinct, accurate account of FDR's rhetoric and policy dec

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Cambridge University fellow Reynolds (One World Divisible: A Global History Since 1945) provides a succinct, accurate account of FDR's rhetoric and policy decisions that positioned America for war in the days between Chamberlain's disastrous 1938 Munich agreement and the attack by the Japanese on...

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