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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
United States. Department of the Army. Office of Military History.
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin Blumenson; Kent Roberts Greenfield; United States. Department of the Army. Office of Military History.
|Description:||viii, 565 pages : maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Germany first : the basic concept of allied strategy in World War II / Louis Morton --
The German decision to invade Norway and Denmark / Earl F. Ziemke --
Decision to land United States forces in Iceland, 1941 / Byron Fairchild --
Japan's decision for war / Louis Morton --
The decision to evacuate the Japanese from the Pacific coast / Stetson Conn --
The decision to withdraw to Bataan / Louis Morton --
The decision to invade North Africa (TORCH) / Leo J. Meyer --
U.S. merchant shipping and the British import crisis / Richard M. Leighton --
The Persian corridor as a route for aid to the USSR / Robert W. Coakley --
Overlord versus the Mediterranean at the Cairo-Tehran conferences / Richard M. Leighton --
MacArthur and the admiralties / John Miller, Jr. --
Hitler's decision on the defense of Italy / Ralph S. Mavrogordato --
General Lucas at Anzio / Martin Blumenson --
General Clark's decision to drive on Rome / Sidney T. Mathews --
The 90-division gamble / Maurice Matloff --
The anvil decision : crossroads of strategy / Maurice Matloff --
General Bradley's decision at Argentan (13 August 1944) / Martin Blumenson --
Logistics and the broad-front strategy / Roland G. Ruppenthal --
The decision to launch operation market-garden / Charles B. MacDonald --
The German counteroffensive in the Ardennes / Charles V.P. von Luttichau --
Luzon versus Formosa / Robert Ross Smith --
The decision to halt at the Elbe / Forrest C. Pogue --
The decision to use the atomic bomb / Louis Morton.
|Responsibility:||the authors, Martin Blumenson [and others] ; edited with introductory essay by Kent Roberts Greenfield.|