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on 15 February 2017
Fantastic account of the vital meetings needed during the greatest struggle of the 20th century and is the best account yet of the big 3
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on 6 January 2008
Jonathan Fenby is really on top form with this rivetting account of the relationships between the three great men, with a revealing cameo appearance from de Gaulle. His attempt to use personal diaries, correspondence and eye winess accounts verbatim, in order to paint a vivid picture of the key decision making during the second half of World War II, works superbly. The result is a fascinating and entertaining book which is hard to put down and which sometimes "transports" you to the summit chamber as a witness to this extraordinary period of modern history.
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on 18 June 2013
This book was recommended to me by my teacher in my evening class.

It explained very clearly the conferences held by Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin during the Second World War.

It described the contribution of each of the leaders and how they affected the war.

I was particularly in the Atlantic Charter and the book explained it quite well.
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on 17 April 2014
A brilliant book that I have already read twice !! Fascinating insight , well written, absorbing. Stalin got what he wanted .
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on 6 October 2013
we bought this book for our son who is studying the cold war for his A level history at college
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