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The Second World War was the final global conflict of the twentieth century. It involved more combatants, and a wider range of battlefield terrain than any other conflict in history, from the frozen plains of Russia to the baking Libyan desert, and from the atolls of the Pacific to the skies over Britain. In Turning the Tide, Nigel Cawthorne has taken a fresh look at the crucial battles which decided the outcome of the Second World War, beginning with the evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940, a feat that boosted the morale of a nation during its darkest hour, and reaching a climactic end with the final bloody reckoning between the Red Army and the Third Reich amongst the ruins of Berlin.

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    Very good

    The best title that I have read on Kobo. The author has style and was not judgemental like Max Hastings, who has an opinion on almost everything in his war books.

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    Excellent

    This book was unbelievably fantastic,I just could not put it down the cost in lives from both the German and Japanese in in itself a lesson that wars like theses should never ever happen again

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