Coverart for item
The Resource The Second World War, by Winston S. Churchill

The Second World War, by Winston S. Churchill

Label
The Second World War
Title
The Second World War
Statement of responsibility
by Winston S. Churchill
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1874-1965
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Churchill, Winston
Dewey number
940.53
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
D743
LC item number
.C47
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1874-1965
  • 1874-1965
  • 1874-1965
  • 1874-1965
  • 1874-1965
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Churchill, Winston
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Churchill, Winston
  • Prime ministers
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • Britain, Battle of, Great Britain, 1940
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • Europe
  • France
Label
The Second World War, by Winston S. Churchill
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Vols. 3-6 published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Co
Contents
  • v. 5.
  • Closing the ring
  • v. 6.
  • Triumph and tragedy
  • v. 1. The
  • gathering storm
  • v. 2.
  • Their finest hour
  • v. 3. The
  • Grand Alliance
  • v. 4. The
  • hinge of fate
  • Vol. 1. The gathering storm.
  • The follies of the victors, 1919-1929 -- Peace at its zenith, 1922-1931 -- Lurking dangers -- Adolf Hitler -- The locust years, 1931-1935 -- The darkening scene, 1934 -- Air parity lost, 1934-1935 -- Challenge and response, 1935 -- Problems of air and sea, 1935-1939 -- Sanctions against Italy, 1935 -- Hitler strikes -- The loaded pause-Spain -- Germany armed, 1936-1938 -- Mr. Eden at the Foreign Office: his resignation -- The rape of Austria, February, 1938 -- Czechoslovakia -- The tragedy of Munich -- Munich winter -- Prague, Albania, and the Polish guarantee, January-April, 1939 -- The Soviet enigma -- On the verge -- War -- The admiralty task -- The ruin of Poland -- War cabinet problems -- The front in France -- The combat deepens -- The magnetic mine -- The action off the river plate -- Scandinavia, Finland -- A dark New Year -- Before the storm -- The clash at sea -- Narvik -- Trondheim -- Frustration in Norway -- Norway: the final phase -- The fall of the government
  • Vol. 2. Their finest hour.
  • The National Coalition -- The Battle of France, the first week. Gamelin -- The Battle of France, the second week. Weygand -- The march to the sea -- The deliverance of Dunkirk -- The rush for the spoils -- Back to France -- Home defense. June -- The French agony -- The Bordeaux armistice -- Admiral Darlan and the French fleet. Oran -- The apparatus of counter-attack -- At bay -- Invasion problem -- Operation Sea Lion -- The Battle of Britain -- The Blitz -- "London can take it" -- The wizard war -- United States destroyers and West Indian bases -- Egypt and the Middle East. 1940 -- The Mediterranean passage -- September tensions -- Dakar -- Mr. Eden's mission -- Relations with Vichy and Spain -- Mussolini attacks Greece -- Lend-lease -- Germany and Russia -- Ocean peril -- Desert victory
  • Vol. 3 The Grand Alliance..
  • The advance from Tobruk -- The campaign in East Africa -- The battle of the Atlantic: merchant ships sunk by u-boats in the Atlantic -- The Balkans -- Rommel's counter-offensive, April, 1941 -- The German invasion of Greece -- Habaniya-Falluja -- Syria and Iraq -- Crete and the Aegean -- The chase of the Bismarck -- The Syrian Campaign -- Diagram ti illustrate Operation "Battleaxe" -- The German attack on Russia -- Operations in Persia -- The Mediterranean area, June 21, 1941 -- Enemy dispositions November 18 opening phase, November 18-19 -- First Battle of Sidi Rezgh -- Rommel's raid, November 24-28, second Battle of Sidi Rezgh, November 29-30 -- The South China Sea -- Malaya -- Cyrenaica
  • Vol. 4. The hinge of fate.
  • Australasian anxieties -- The setback in the desert -- Penalties in Malaya -- A vote of confidence -- Cabinet changes -- The fall of Singapore -- The u-boat paradise -- The loss of the Dutch East Indies -- The invasion of Burma -- Ceylon and the Bay of Bengal -- The shipping stranglehold -- India-The Cripps Mission -- Madagascar -- American naval victories, the Coral Sea and Midway Island -- The Arctic convoys, 1942 -- The offensive in the Aether -- Malta and the desert -- "Second front now!" April, 1942 -- The Molotov visit -- My second visit to Washington -- The vote of censure -- The Eighth Army at Bay -- Decision for "Torch' -- My journey to Cairo: changes in command -- Moscow: the first meeting -- Moscow: a relationship established -- Return to Cairo -- The final shaping of "Torch" -- Suspense and strain -- Soviet "thank you" -- The Battle of Alamein -- The Torch is lit -- The Darlan episode -- Problems of victory -- Our need to meet -- The Casablanca Conference -- Adana and Tripoli -- Home to trouble -- Russia and the western allies -- Victory in Tunis -- My third visit to Washington -- Problems of war and peace -- Italy the goal
  • Vol. 5. Closing the ring.
  • The command of the seas, Guadalcanal and New Guinea -- The conquest of Sicily, July and August 1943 -- The fall of Mussolini -- Westward ho? synthetic harbours -- The Quebec Conference quadrant -- Italy: the armistice -- At the White House again, the invasion of Italy -- The Battle of Salerno, a homeward voyage -- A spell at home -- Tensions with General de Gaulle -- The broken Axis, Autumn 1943 -- Island prizes lost -- Hitler's secret weapon -- Deadlock on the Third Front -- Arctic convoys again -- Foreign secretaries' conference in Moscow -- Advent of the triple meeting -- Cairo -- Teheran: th opening -- Cairo again: the high command -- In Carthage ruins Azio -- At Marrakesh convalescence -- Marshal Tito and Yugoslavia -- The Anzio stroke -- Italy:Cassino -- The mounting air offensive -- The Greek torment -- Burma and beyond -- Strategy against Japan -- Preparations for "Overlord" -- Rome -- On the eve
  • Vol. 6. Triumph and tragedy.
  • D-Day -- Normandy to Paris -- The pilotless bombardment -- Attack on the south of France? -- Balkan convulsions: the Russian victories -- Italy and the Riviera landing -- Rome: the Greek problem -- Alexander's summer offensive -- The martyrdom of Warsaw -- The second Quebec Conference -- Advance in Burma -- The Battle of Leyte Canal -- The liberation of western Europe -- Prelude to a Moscow visit -- October in Moscow -- Paris -- Counter-Stroke in the Ardennes -- British intervention in Greece -- Christmas at Athens -- Preparations for a new conference -- Yalta: plans for world peace -- Russia and Poland" the Soviet promise -- Yalta: finale -- Crossing the Rhine -- The Polish dispute -- Soviet suspicions -- Western strategic divergences -- The climax" Roosevelt's death -- Growing friction with Russia -- The final advance -- Alexander's victory in Italy -- The German surrender -- The uneasy interlude -- The chasm opens -- The end of the coalition --0 A fateful decision -- The defeat of Japan -- Potsdam: the atomic bomb -- Potsdam: the polish frontiers -- The end of my account
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
6 v.
Lccn
48002880 //r53
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • ocm01017793
  • 1142302
  • |$aNEWENC 59037
Label
The Second World War, by Winston S. Churchill
Publication
Note
Vols. 3-6 published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Co
Contents
  • v. 5.
  • Closing the ring
  • v. 6.
  • Triumph and tragedy
  • v. 1. The
  • gathering storm
  • v. 2.
  • Their finest hour
  • v. 3. The
  • Grand Alliance
  • v. 4. The
  • hinge of fate
  • Vol. 1. The gathering storm.
  • The follies of the victors, 1919-1929 -- Peace at its zenith, 1922-1931 -- Lurking dangers -- Adolf Hitler -- The locust years, 1931-1935 -- The darkening scene, 1934 -- Air parity lost, 1934-1935 -- Challenge and response, 1935 -- Problems of air and sea, 1935-1939 -- Sanctions against Italy, 1935 -- Hitler strikes -- The loaded pause-Spain -- Germany armed, 1936-1938 -- Mr. Eden at the Foreign Office: his resignation -- The rape of Austria, February, 1938 -- Czechoslovakia -- The tragedy of Munich -- Munich winter -- Prague, Albania, and the Polish guarantee, January-April, 1939 -- The Soviet enigma -- On the verge -- War -- The admiralty task -- The ruin of Poland -- War cabinet problems -- The front in France -- The combat deepens -- The magnetic mine -- The action off the river plate -- Scandinavia, Finland -- A dark New Year -- Before the storm -- The clash at sea -- Narvik -- Trondheim -- Frustration in Norway -- Norway: the final phase -- The fall of the government
  • Vol. 2. Their finest hour.
  • The National Coalition -- The Battle of France, the first week. Gamelin -- The Battle of France, the second week. Weygand -- The march to the sea -- The deliverance of Dunkirk -- The rush for the spoils -- Back to France -- Home defense. June -- The French agony -- The Bordeaux armistice -- Admiral Darlan and the French fleet. Oran -- The apparatus of counter-attack -- At bay -- Invasion problem -- Operation Sea Lion -- The Battle of Britain -- The Blitz -- "London can take it" -- The wizard war -- United States destroyers and West Indian bases -- Egypt and the Middle East. 1940 -- The Mediterranean passage -- September tensions -- Dakar -- Mr. Eden's mission -- Relations with Vichy and Spain -- Mussolini attacks Greece -- Lend-lease -- Germany and Russia -- Ocean peril -- Desert victory
  • Vol. 3 The Grand Alliance..
  • The advance from Tobruk -- The campaign in East Africa -- The battle of the Atlantic: merchant ships sunk by u-boats in the Atlantic -- The Balkans -- Rommel's counter-offensive, April, 1941 -- The German invasion of Greece -- Habaniya-Falluja -- Syria and Iraq -- Crete and the Aegean -- The chase of the Bismarck -- The Syrian Campaign -- Diagram ti illustrate Operation "Battleaxe" -- The German attack on Russia -- Operations in Persia -- The Mediterranean area, June 21, 1941 -- Enemy dispositions November 18 opening phase, November 18-19 -- First Battle of Sidi Rezgh -- Rommel's raid, November 24-28, second Battle of Sidi Rezgh, November 29-30 -- The South China Sea -- Malaya -- Cyrenaica
  • Vol. 4. The hinge of fate.
  • Australasian anxieties -- The setback in the desert -- Penalties in Malaya -- A vote of confidence -- Cabinet changes -- The fall of Singapore -- The u-boat paradise -- The loss of the Dutch East Indies -- The invasion of Burma -- Ceylon and the Bay of Bengal -- The shipping stranglehold -- India-The Cripps Mission -- Madagascar -- American naval victories, the Coral Sea and Midway Island -- The Arctic convoys, 1942 -- The offensive in the Aether -- Malta and the desert -- "Second front now!" April, 1942 -- The Molotov visit -- My second visit to Washington -- The vote of censure -- The Eighth Army at Bay -- Decision for "Torch' -- My journey to Cairo: changes in command -- Moscow: the first meeting -- Moscow: a relationship established -- Return to Cairo -- The final shaping of "Torch" -- Suspense and strain -- Soviet "thank you" -- The Battle of Alamein -- The Torch is lit -- The Darlan episode -- Problems of victory -- Our need to meet -- The Casablanca Conference -- Adana and Tripoli -- Home to trouble -- Russia and the western allies -- Victory in Tunis -- My third visit to Washington -- Problems of war and peace -- Italy the goal
  • Vol. 5. Closing the ring.
  • The command of the seas, Guadalcanal and New Guinea -- The conquest of Sicily, July and August 1943 -- The fall of Mussolini -- Westward ho? synthetic harbours -- The Quebec Conference quadrant -- Italy: the armistice -- At the White House again, the invasion of Italy -- The Battle of Salerno, a homeward voyage -- A spell at home -- Tensions with General de Gaulle -- The broken Axis, Autumn 1943 -- Island prizes lost -- Hitler's secret weapon -- Deadlock on the Third Front -- Arctic convoys again -- Foreign secretaries' conference in Moscow -- Advent of the triple meeting -- Cairo -- Teheran: th opening -- Cairo again: the high command -- In Carthage ruins Azio -- At Marrakesh convalescence -- Marshal Tito and Yugoslavia -- The Anzio stroke -- Italy:Cassino -- The mounting air offensive -- The Greek torment -- Burma and beyond -- Strategy against Japan -- Preparations for "Overlord" -- Rome -- On the eve
  • Vol. 6. Triumph and tragedy.
  • D-Day -- Normandy to Paris -- The pilotless bombardment -- Attack on the south of France? -- Balkan convulsions: the Russian victories -- Italy and the Riviera landing -- Rome: the Greek problem -- Alexander's summer offensive -- The martyrdom of Warsaw -- The second Quebec Conference -- Advance in Burma -- The Battle of Leyte Canal -- The liberation of western Europe -- Prelude to a Moscow visit -- October in Moscow -- Paris -- Counter-Stroke in the Ardennes -- British intervention in Greece -- Christmas at Athens -- Preparations for a new conference -- Yalta: plans for world peace -- Russia and Poland" the Soviet promise -- Yalta: finale -- Crossing the Rhine -- The Polish dispute -- Soviet suspicions -- Western strategic divergences -- The climax" Roosevelt's death -- Growing friction with Russia -- The final advance -- Alexander's victory in Italy -- The German surrender -- The uneasy interlude -- The chasm opens -- The end of the coalition --0 A fateful decision -- The defeat of Japan -- Potsdam: the atomic bomb -- Potsdam: the polish frontiers -- The end of my account
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
6 v.
Lccn
48002880 //r53
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • ocm01017793
  • 1142302
  • |$aNEWENC 59037

Library Locations

    • Manchester City LibraryBorrow it
      405 Pine St, Manchester, NH, 03104, US
      42.992271 -71.458785

Library Links