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The Sun Also Sets: The Limits to Japan's Economic Power

by Emmott, Bill




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This is a record of the relationship between two world leaders of World War II; Roosevelt, patrician, aristocrat in American politics, deeply devoted to his national heritage and Stalin, low-born, bandit and revolutionist from his early years, liquidator of millions of Ukrainians, and purger of his own party in the Moscow trials of mid-1930s. The second front, the Mediterranean strategy, the Teheran and Yalta summits, the Warsaw Uprising, are all covered in this book, showing Roosevelt's ultimately futile pursuit of Stalin's friendship. Robert Nisbet has also written "The Sociological Tradition" and "Social Change and History".

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