Description - The Origins of World War Two by Robert Boyce
World War II, and especially its origins, continue to dominate undergraduate syllabuses. This volume of essays by international experts covers all aspects of the field to provide a textbook which, in its coverage and content, is aimed at students, scholars and general readers. The collection is divided into two parts: part one explores the role of the revisionist powers, the status quo powers and the small states, while part two examines key themes, including diplomacy, intelligence, ideology, armaments, propaganda and economics.
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Author Biography - Robert Boyce
ROBERT BOYCE is Senior Lecturer in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics. - JOSEPH A. MAIOLO is Lecturer in International History in the Department of War Studies, King's College London.