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19 Weeks America, Britain, and the Fateful Summer of 1940 - Moss, Norman
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2005, ISBN: 9780618104710

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New York: W. W. Norton & Company. Very Good+. 2005. Revised Edition; Eighth Printing. Trade Paperback. 0393317552 . No spine crease.; 512 pages; Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, <I>Guns, Germs, and Steel</I> is a brilliant work answering the question of why the peoples of certain continents succeeded in invading other continents and conquering or displacing their peoples. This edition includes a new chapter on Japan and all-new illustrations drawn from the television series. 32 illustrations. ., W. W. Norton & Company, 2005, North Clarendon, Vermont: Tuttle Pub. Good. 1999. Paperback. 080483203X . Five of Watts justly famous lectures; three of the so-called "Japan Lectures" and two, delivered on his Sausalito house boat, on Tibetan Buddhism, transcribed and compiled. The love of Wisdom Library. 98 pages. Scant textual marks. Binding sound. Contact Steels for more Comparative Religion titles. Bookseller since 1973.; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall ., Tuttle Pub, 1999, New York, NY: N.Y. / New York: Viking / Penguin Group, 2004, 1st Edition, First Printing , 2004. -----------hardcover, about 6.5w x 9.25h inches, a near Fine copy, in a Near Fine dustjacket, looks new, 576 pages, b&w photos, ---"For centuries people dreamed of navigating under the sea, but it was not until the beginning of the twentieth century that inventors succeeded in developing practical submarines. With the coming of World War I, nations saw something entirely new in war: the deadly effectiveness of underwater craft, with German U-boats threatening to starve Britain and bringing the United States into the war, thus proving underwater battles more important than the great battles fought on land. A generation later U-boats repeated the struggle in the Atlantic, while in the Pacific U.S. submarines literally put Japan out of business. Then in the nuclear age, the true submarine became the most powerful weapon of war ever created-the weapon that paradoxically kept the peace. ---Now, military historian Thomas Parrish tells the story of those who first dreamed of underwater ships; of the practical and ingenious inventors and engineers who created and developed the submarine; of visionary naval strategists; of famous skippers on all sides-steel-nerved men like America’s Dick O’Kane, Germany’s Reinhard Hardegen—who wielded this weapon; of the famous and infamous deeds of boats like the U-20, the Wahoo, and the nuclear-powered Nautilus and George Washington; and of the tragedies that befell boats like the American Thresher and the Russian Kursk. Parrish’s compelling narrative blends strategy, high policy, technology, heroism, and perilous adventure"---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine (see description)/Near Fine (see description). Illus. by Photo Cover., N.Y. / New York: Viking / Penguin Group, 2004, 1st Edition, First Printing, 2004, Hardcover. Fair. 1895, A.D. Worthington & Co., Pub. Connecticut. HB, fat 8vo, ex-lib with discard stamp, book plate on pastedown. The book is bumped and faded, tip on bottom of spine bumped and missing small pieces, and front hinge is cracking, but webbing still in place. "The cheap edition", strictly a reading copy, but well worth it, which does not contain the full-page engravings, the steel-plate portraits, or the map. Does contain all of the text illustrations. Price reflects condition. "An illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of forty thousand miles through India, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt, Palestine, Greece, Turkey, Italy, France, Spain, etc. with Glimpses of Life in Far Off Lands as seen through a woman's eyes in Victorian times. Hundreds of in text engravings taken from life, reproduced in facsimile by eminent artists.", Japan: Nippon Steel Human Resources Development Co. ,ltd. Near Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1988. Reprint. Paperback. 4311700024 . 392 pages; Near Fine/Fine. Beautiful Vinyl covers with dust jacket over this Trade Paperback. No creases. Name on first page. Soft bump botom corner tips. Solid, clean. Two ribbon book markers. Beautiful! Text in Japanese and English. Trade Paperback. ., Nippon Steel Human Resources Development Co. ,ltd, 1988, New York: Houghton Mifflin. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. 0618104712 . A tight, unread copy with publicity material laid in; 1.4 x 8.9 x 6.4 Inches; The whirl of events during the spring and summer of 1940 is boggling to contemplate: the astonishing collapse of France, the evacuation of Dunkirk, secret moves for peace, the Battle of Britain, air raids on London, the battle over isolationism in America. While Britain steeled itself for a German invasion, America argued over how to respond to the gathering storm in Europe. In December 1941, Germany and Japan would declare war on the United States, forcing the nation to join the Allied cause. But it was the extraordinary decisions made between May and September of 1940 that signaled America's willingness to emerge from its entrenched isolationism. Those nineteen weeks were, Moss shows, the crucible in which America's interventionist role in the world was forged and which ensured the decline and eventual disappearance of the British Empire. Roosevelt's battle for the hearts and minds of Americans was to have far-reaching consequences that still color the way we live today. Nineteen Weeks recounts the epic tale of these two nations, each confronting the great crush of history. Moss examines this period from the viewpoints of the leaders and policymakers, but also through the intimate experiences of ordinary citizens. A moving, prescient examination of two countries struggling with war, Nineteen Weeks opens important questions about the decline of the British Empire and the rise of America's dominant role in global politics. ., Houghton Mifflin, 2003

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Hardcover. Fair. 1895, A.D. Worthington & Co., Pub. Connecticut. HB, fat 8vo, ex-lib with discard stamp, book plate on pastedown. The book is bumped and faded, tip on bottom of spine bumped and missing small pieces, and front hinge is cracking, but webbing still in place. "The cheap edition", strictly a reading copy, but well worth it, which does not contain the full-page engravings, the steel-plate portraits, or the map. Does contain all of the text illustrations. Price reflects condition. "An illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of forty thousand miles through India, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt, Palestine, Greece, Turkey, Italy, France, Spain, etc. with Glimpses of Life in Far Off Lands as seen through a woman's eyes in Victorian times. Hundreds of in text engravings taken from life, reproduced in facsimile by eminent artists.", Japan: Nippon Steel Human Resources Development Co. ,ltd. Near Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1988. Reprint. Paperback. 4311700024 . 392 pages; Near Fine/Fine. Beautiful Vinyl covers with dust jacket over this Trade Paperback. No creases. Name on first page. Soft bump botom corner tips. Solid, clean. Two ribbon book markers. Beautiful! Text in Japanese and English. Trade Paperback. ., Nippon Steel Human Resources Development Co. ,ltd, 1988, New York: Houghton Mifflin. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. 0618104712 . A tight, unread copy with publicity material laid in; 1.4 x 8.9 x 6.4 Inches; The whirl of events during the spring and summer of 1940 is boggling to contemplate: the astonishing collapse of France, the evacuation of Dunkirk, secret moves for peace, the Battle of Britain, air raids on London, the battle over isolationism in America. While Britain steeled itself for a German invasion, America argued over how to respond to the gathering storm in Europe. In December 1941, Germany and Japan would declare war on the United States, forcing the nation to join the Allied cause. But it was the extraordinary decisions made between May and September of 1940 that signaled America's willingness to emerge from its entrenched isolationism. Those nineteen weeks were, Moss shows, the crucible in which America's interventionist role in the world was forged and which ensured the decline and eventual disappearance of the British Empire. Roosevelt's battle for the hearts and minds of Americans was to have far-reaching consequences that still color the way we live today. Nineteen Weeks recounts the epic tale of these two nations, each confronting the great crush of history. Moss examines this period from the viewpoints of the leaders and policymakers, but also through the intimate experiences of ordinary citizens. A moving, prescient examination of two countries struggling with war, Nineteen Weeks opens important questions about the decline of the British Empire and the rise of America's dominant role in global politics. ., Houghton Mifflin, 2003

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The whirl of events during the spring and summer of 1940 is boggling to contemplate: the astonishing collapse of France, the evacuation of Dunkirk, secret moves for peace, the Battle of Britain, air raids on London, the battle over isolationism in America. While Britain steeled itself for a German invasion, America argued over how to respond to the gathering storm in Europe. In December 1941, Germany and Japan would declare war on the United States, forcing the nation to join the Allied cause. But it was the extraordinary decisions made between May and September of 1940 that signaled America's willingness to emerge from its entrenched isolationism. Those nineteen weeks were, Moss shows, the crucible in which America's interventionist role in the world was forged and which ensured the decline and eventual disappearance of the British Empire. Roosevelt's battlefor the hearts and minds of Americans was to have far-reaching consequences that still color the way we live today. Nineteen Weeks recounts the epic tale of these two nations, each confronting the great crush of history. Moss examines this period from the viewpoints of the leaders and policymakers, but also through the intimate experiences of ordinary citizens. A moving, prescient examination of two countries struggling with war, Nineteen Weeks opens important questions about the decline of theBritish Empire and the rise of America's dominant role in global politics. history,military,political science,politics and social sciences,world war ii Politics & Social Sciences, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company

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Nineteen Weeks: America, Britain, and the Fateful Summer of 1940

The whirl of events during the spring and summer of 1940 is boggling to contemplate--the events in Europe had an immediate impact on the American political scene. "Nineteen Weeks" recounts the epic tale of America and Britain confronting the great crush of history and raises important questions about the rise of America to a dominant role in global politics. Photo insert.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780618104710
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0618104712
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Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2003
Editeur: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
416 Pages
Poids: 0,708 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0618104712

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