"The will to write this book came from a desire to find out for myself what happened and why. In the telling of what I learned there is little invention and much care. I have favored consecutiveness over concentration on a few main dramatic occasions or acts. Since the fullness of reality - or truth, if you will - resides in the continuity of influences and behavior, it is to be perceived only by slow travel along the whole stream of eventful detail", writes author Herbert Feis. "... the reader is made to feel that he is actually witnessing the top=level initiation of the Allied coalition policies and strategy of the Second World War. One is in the council chambers of the great on every page..." - Yale Review
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