Books by Norman Stone

WORLD WAR TWO by Norman Stone
Released: Jan. 8, 2013

"Stone's well-known conservatism is on display mostly in his greater praise of America and contempt for the Soviet Union, so readers of all stripes may roll their eyes, but they will find plenty to ponder."
Having written a long, quirky, often astute history of the post-World War era in The Atlantic and Its Enemies (2010), British historian Stone moves back in time to deliver a much shorter, entertaining history of the war itself. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 2010

"Readers who can tolerate Stone's often-irate editorializing will find a quirky but perceptive history."
A sharp, highly opinionated chronicle of the Cold War. Read full book review >
WORLD WAR ONE by Norman Stone
Released: May 1, 2009

"A stimulating, easily digested introduction to the cataclysm that inaugurated the 20th century."
The First World War in fewer than 250 pages. Read full book review >

An oral history of three generations of Russian emigrÇs, collected by Glenny (twice chairman of the Translators' Association) and Stone (Hitler, 1980, etc.). Read full book review >