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D727 .C54 1971 : Step by step, 1936-1939.  1971 1
D727.C886 D5 : The diplomats: 1919-1939 / edited by Gordon A. Craig and Felix Gilbert.  1953 1
D727 .E9 : Munich.  1963 1
D727 .F8 : The diplomacy of appeasement: Anglo-French relations and the prelude to World War II, 1931-1938.  1960 1
D727 .H2578 : The diplomacy of surprise, Hitler, Nixon, Sadat / Michael I. Handel.  1981 1
D727 .T37 : Munich : the price of peace / by Telford Taylor.  c1979 1
D728 .T6213 : Origini diplomatiche del Patto d'acciaio. English  1968 1
D734.A1 .M33   2
D734.A1 T413 1970 : Tehran, Yalta, [and] Potsdam; the Soviet protocols. / Edited and with an analytical introd. by Robert Beitzell.  1970 1
D734 .A7 : United nations primer.  1945 1
D734.A8 W5 : The first summit ; Roosevelt and Churchill at Placentia Bay 1941 Theodore A. Wilson.  1969 1
D734 .B4 1945ad : Between war and peace; the Potsdam Conference.  1960 1
D734 .C7 1945e : Yalta / by Diane Shaver Clemens.  1970 1
D734 .C7 1945j : The meaning of Yalta ; Big Three diplomacy and the new balance of power. / With a foreword by Paul H. Clyde.  1956 1
D734.C7 S8   2
550 D734H : How the world works / written by Christiane Dorion ; illustrated by Beverley Young.  2010 1
D734 .Q4 1944zb : The second Quebec Conference revisited : waging war, formulating peace : Canada, Great Britain, and the United States in 1944-1945 / edited by David B. Woolner.  1998 1
D735.A1 G45 : Blitzkrieg to defeat: Hitler's war directives, 1939-1945. / Edited with an introd. and commentary by H. R. Trevor-Roper.  1965 1
D735 .E37   5
D735 .F7 1939c : The French yellow book; diplomatic documents (1938-1939) Papers relative to the events and negotiations which preceded the opening of hostilities between Germany on the one hand, and Poland, Great Britain and France on the other.  1940 1
D735 .G25 : Documentary background of World War II, 1931 to 1941 / compiled and edited by James W. Gantenbein.  1975 1
D735 .G366 1948a   2
d 735 g7 1939 b : The British war blue book. Miscellaneous no. 9 (1939) Documents concerning German-Polish relations and the outbreak of hostilities between Great Britain and Germany on September 3, 1939. / Presented by the Secretary of State for Foreign affairs to Parliament by command of His Majesty.  1939 1
D735 .G8 1940 : Diplomatic documents. Italy's aggression against Greece.  1940 1
D735 .R853 1958a : Stalin's correspondence with Churchill, Attlee, Roosevelt, and Truman: 1941-45.  1958 1
D735.Z99 Z5 : World War II: books in English, 1945-65.  1971 1
D736 .C482 : The generals and the admirals; some leaders of the United States forces in World War II. / Portraits by T. H. Chamberlain. Biographies by the editors of Newsweek.  1971 1
D740 .O94 : The Oxford companion to World War II / general editor, I.C.B. Dear ; consultant editor, M.R.D. Foot.  1995 1
D741 .C37 : The origins and consequences of World War II / Floyd A. Cave and associates; with an introduction by Sumner Welles.  1948 1
D741 .C58 1965 : None so blind.  1965 1
D741 .G38 : Peace by power; the plain man's guide to the key issue of the war and of the post-war world / by Lionel Gelber.  1942 1
D741 .H3 1947 : The origins and background of the second world war / C. Grove Haines ... [and] Ross J. S. Hoffman ...  1947 1
D741 .H58   2
D741 .M65 : On borrowed time; how World War II began.  1969 1
D741 .S25 : The way out of war / by César Saerchinger ... maps by Emil Herlin.  1940 1
D741 .T34 1962 : The origins of the Second World War.  1962 1
D741 .T53 1967 : The approach of war, 1938-1939 Christopher Thorne.  1967 1
D742.C5 L5 : Between tears and laughter.  1943 1
D742.G4 J3 : Shortage of victory; cause and cure / by Gabriel Javsicas.  1943 1
D742.G4 W4 : It happened again; how the war came.  1940 1
D742.G7 A55 1939a : For what do we fight?  1939 1
D742.G7 C5 1941a : Blood, sweat, and tears / by the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill, with a preface and notes by Randolph S. Churchill, M.P.  1941 1
D742.G7 C53 : The end of the beginning; war speeches / by the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill ... compiled by Charles Eade.  1943 1
D742.G7 C535 1944a : Onwards to victory; war speeches...1943. / Comp. by Charles Eade.  1944 1
D742.G7 C5593 : Victory; war speeches by the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill ... / compiled by Charles Eade.  1946 1
D742.J3 I75 : The origins of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific / Akira Iriye.  1987 1
D742.J3 K3 : The lost war, a Japanese reporter's inside story / by Masuo Kato.  1946 1
D742.J3 S38 : The Axis alliance and Japanese-American relations, 1941.  1958 1
D742.J3 T613 : The cause of Japan / translated and edited by Tōgō Fumihiko and Ben Bruce Blakeney.  1956 1
D742.N4 N3 : New Zealand, a working democracy / by Walter Nash, with an introduction by Eric Estorick.  1943 1
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