The Lost Peace: Leadership in a Time of Horror and Hope, 1945-1953

Robert Dallek

"Robert Dallek brings to this majestic paintings a profound figuring out of heritage, a deep engagement in international coverage, and a life of learning management. the tale of what went unsuitable through the postwar period…has by no means been extra intelligently explored." —Doris Kearns Goodwin, writer of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Team of Rivals

Robert Dalleck follows his bestselling Nixon and Kissinger: companions in Power and An Unfinished lifestyles: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 with this masterful account of the the most important interval that formed the postwar international. because the Obama management struggles to outline its process for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Dallek's serious and compelling examine Truman, Churchill, Stalin, and different global leaders within the wake of global battle II not just bargains very important old point of view yet offers well timed perception on America's direction into the future.

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