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This book discusses the good and the evil in World War II, with of course most of the discussion being of the evil cause there was so much more of it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Schmerguls
This is one of the most fascinating books on World War II that I have ever read. It is not simply a re-hash of the battles of the war, although they are mentioned, but a tight... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kiwiwriter
This is a reprint evidently of a book that is reviewed elsewhere on Amazon.com here Moral Combat Good Evil World
Please read the reviews carefully as I would not... Read more
I usually don't write reviews because I'm not much good at it but feel compelled to warn others about this book.
This is a rather 3 star book of WWII. Read more
This is an admittedly tough but still worthwhile read.
One reason is the subject matter. The carnage detailed is considerable as well as often jarring. Read more
There is very little philosophy in this volume. Burleigh plows straight into blow by blow accounts of Italian and Japanese aggressions leading up to the great war. Read morePublished on September 13, 2013 by Brian Griffith
I saw this book at my local big box bookstore. My first thought was ho-hum another revisionist WW2 book. But started to leaf through it and then sat down and started to read. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Syd Sutherland
Initially, I was a bit put off by the size of the book, and the fact that I have done a deal of reading on the general subject. Read morePublished on November 14, 2012 by john sullivan
How did I reach the conclusion that I'm enjoying the book, but I cannot recommend it?
Quite easy. This is a difficult book to read. Mr. Read more