THE WAR Third Year by Edgar McInnis

THE WAR Third Year

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An annual, and a useful one; this volume covers September 30, 1941 to September 1942, an accurate, well-coordinated, eminently readable history of the war. From a wealth of available material on the facts of events, a book such as this may well stand as a permanent record, though we shall have to wait until after the war, to know what pulled the strings. Chronological arrangement makes it valuable as a quick reference book. The period spanned was a year of delay, disappointment, bitter surprises but marks a turning point.

Publisher: Oxford Univ. Press