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A conclusion to the landmark World War II series explores the lives of everyday soldiers and civilians as well as historic leaders to consider the fallout of Chamberlain's alternate-world decision not to appease Hitler.
Publisher: New York : Del Rey, c2014
ISBN: 9780345524713
Branch Call Number: SF TUR
Characteristics: 401 p. ;,25 cm

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SEBoiko
Nov 05, 2014

If it took a foreign invasion where the enemy destroyed everything he could and enslaved and brutalized every one whose land he overran to make Stalin seem good by comparison, what kind of recommendation was that for,the Soviet ruler?

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SEBoiko
Nov 05, 2014

one lesson he'd had hammered into him was that you did what you had to do to get by.

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SEBoiko
Nov 05, 2014

Discovering how abstract and theoretical time could be in Spain ...,

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SEBoiko
Nov 05, 2014

In politics, truth is whatever those in power say it is.

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SEBoiko
Nov 05, 2014

A civil war was a filthy business no matter who wound up on top.

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SEBoiko
Nov 05, 2014

If you couldn't find something to get pissed off about while you were in the Army. you weren't half trying.

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Mibhamlib
Mar 04, 2016

I think the order of this series is:

The War That Came Early series - by Harry Turtledove 1. Hitler's War (2009) 2. West and East (2010) 3. The Big Switch (2011) 4. Coup d'Etat (2012) 5. Two Fronts (2013) 6. Last Orders (2014)

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casoldier
Feb 28, 2015

What were the other books in the order I should read . thanks

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z1699blackie
Feb 22, 2015

I thought that this was the third book in a trilogy..I'd read the first two, so I especially enjoyed this one. Turtledove seldom disappoints - and the premise of this trilogy - that WW II started sooner - is not as depressing as his series that has the slave-owners winning the American Civil War.

pw1040 Aug 23, 2014

You need to read the series in order or else this book won't make any sense. The author's premise is interesting and one can become invested in the every day characters he uses to illustrate his scenario,

I think there could be one more book in this series coming.

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