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I decided to read this as my way of remembering my dad who died on the same day 14 years ago. In no end save victory, esteemed historian david kaiser draws on extensive archival research to reveal the careful preparations that enabled the united states to win world war ii. This collection of fortyfour essays covers a wide range of world war ii subjects and is written by bestselling and awardwinning historians. No end save victory will find a large and appreciative audience eager to hear what our eras most disting. When it comes to my son with autism, no victory is too small when my son approached one of his peers at the end of the school day and said, bye, jamie, my heart melted. No end save victory examines churchills attempt to influence the french, the wartime efforts of curtis lemay, the fall of berlin, and the battle of the rhine. David kaiser has taught history at harvard, carnegie mellon, the naval war college, and williams college.
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