The Origins of World War Two: The Debate Continues

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'This rich collection of essays by both well-established scholars and those of a younger generation opens up new areas of research and interpretation. Studies of the powers involved, both large and small, are supplemented and enriched by thematic chapters covering a wide variety of transitional subjects ranging from ideology, economics and intelligence to armaments, diplomacy and propaganda. These concise, sharply focused and clearly written contributions provide the reader with a variety of approaches to the problem of war origins and offer a cornucopia of thought-provoking material that will re-cast the lines of traditional debate.' - Zara Steiner, Emeritus Fellow, New Hall, Cambridge

'Very strong collection showcasing cutting edge scholarship in an accessible fashion.' - Dr Patrick Finney, University of Wales Aberystwyth

Systematic, comprehensive, by leading experts. A very useful publication. - Professor C Fischer, University of Strathclyde

'The book should prove a valuable and concise survey for both undergraduates and those keeping up with the latest research.' - Contemporary Review

'Scholars and students alike can learn much from reading this volume'. - David Silbey, H-NET

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The Second World War, and especially its origins, continue to dominate undergraduate syllabi. This volume of original essays by international experts covers all aspects of the field to provide a tightly edited textbook which, in its coverage and content, is ideal for 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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