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The last 100 days 7 editions

Cover of: The last 100 days by John Willard Toland
About the Book

On January 27, 1945, the Russians were only 50 miles from Berlin, and powerful American and British forces were about to smash across the Rhine. Hitler, however, was convinced he could still win the war. "This time," he said, referring bitterly to Germany's "premature" surrender in 1918, "we must not give up at five minutes before midnight!" But 100 days later, the Third Reich lay in ruins and former Allies had become antagonists. Perhaps no other three months in history have had greater significance. These crucial days saw not only the defeat of the Nazi and Fascist dictatorships but the beginning of a chain of dramatic events -- both great and small -- whose far-reaching consequences created the Cold War. - Jacket flap.

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7 editions First published in 1966

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Publisher unknown
The Last 100 days. --
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1966, Random House
The last 100 days.
Hardcover in English
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1966, Randam House
The last 100 days
in English
Cover of: The last 100 days.
1966, Random House
The last 100 days.
in English
Cover of: The last 100 days
1985, Bantam Books
The last 100 days
in English
Cover of: The Last 100 Days
January 2000, Bantam Books
The Last 100 Days
Paperback
Cover of: The last 100 days
2003, Modern Library
The last 100 days
in English - Modern Library pbk. ed.

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