Fateful Choices is an immensely wise book -- Anthony Beevor, author of STALINGRAD
On almost every page, it sparkles -- Robert McCrum, The Observer
'A scholarly analysis of the Second World War's key turning points
... on almost every page, it sparkles' -- Robert McCrum, The Observer
'Compelling, and chilling ... Fateful Choices shows how the Second
World War could have turned out very differently ... required reading' -- Independent
`Hats off to Sir Ian Kershaw, whose magisterial Fateful Choices
, written with typical wisdom, skill and insight, takes a close look at the 10 key decisions that shaped the Second World War'
-- Dominic Sandbrook, Telegraph Books of the Year
`How fortunate that it is Ian Kershaw bringing his immense
knowledge and clarity of thought to the task ... brilliantly explained ...
an immensely wise book'
-- Anthony Beevor, author of STALINGRAD
`Powerfully argued ... important ... this book actually alters our
perspective of the Second World War' -- Andrew Roberts
From the Publisher
~ I ~ Great Britain Decides to Fight On ~ II ~ Hitler decides
to Attack the Soviet Union ~ III ~ Japan Decides to Seize the 'Golden
Opportunity' ~ IV ~ Mussolini Decides to Grab His Share ~ V ~ Roosevelt
Decides to Help Britain ~ VI ~ Stalin Decides to Trust Hitler ~ VII ~
Roosevelt Decides to Wage Undeclared War ~ VIII ~ Japan Decides to Go to
War ~ IX ~ Hitler Decides to Declare War on the USA ~ X ~ Hitler Decides on