The World War II Chronicles: The Fall of Japan and Enemy at the Gates by William Craig

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The World War II Chronicles: The Fall of Japan and Enemy at the Gates

'Praise for The Fall of Japan “More suspenseful than any other chronicle . . . Virtually faultless.” —S. L. A. Marshall, The New York Times Book Review

   “A magnificent telling . . . Leaves the reader spellbound.” —Cornelius Ryan, Book Week
   “A dramatic and yet authentic evocation of an epic.” —The New York Times   “Vivid and tirelessly researched.” —The Observer
  “Exceptional . . . History with narrative drive.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review   “History with the excitement of a thriller.” —Birmingham Evening Mail  Praise for Enemy at the Gates “Probably the best single work on the epic battle of Stalingrad, Germany’s World War II Verdun, yet written—and certainly the most revealing. A magnificent account . . . which places its author, William Craig, in the front rank of contemporary historians. An unforgettable and haunting reading experience.” —Cornelius Ryan, author of The Longest Day
and A Bridge Too Far   “William Craig has written a classic account of the Stalingrad epic—here is the drama, the terror, the horror, and the heroism of the greatest military encounter of our time.” —Harrison E. Salisbury   “The cardinal feature of the book is the wealth of information derived from interviews, which gives the narrative the crispness of reality. . . . Cruel but compelling reading.” —The New York Times Book Review

   “Craig’s extensive research and fresh interviews of surviving fighters and others authenticates the immediate, intimate circumstances of the battle. . . . A fine history.” —Kirkus Reviews'
'Praise for The Fall of Japan “More suspenseful than any other chronicle . . . Virtually faultless.” —S. L. A. Marshall, The New York Times Book Review

   “A magnificent telling . . . Leaves the reader spellbound.” —Cornelius Ryan, Book Week
   “A dramatic and yet authentic evocation of an epic.” —The New York Times   “Vivid and tirelessly researched.” —The Observer
  “Exceptional . . . History with narrative drive.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review   “History with the excitement of a thriller.” —Birmingham Evening Mail  Praise for Enemy at the Gates “Probably the best single work on the epic battle of Stalingrad, Germany’s World War II Verdun, yet written—and certainly the most revealing. A magnificent account . . . which places its author, William Craig, in the front rank of contemporary historians. An unforgettable and haunting reading experience.” —Cornelius Ryan, author of The Longest Day
and A Bridge Too Far   “William Craig has written a classic account of the Stalingrad epic—here is the drama, the terror, the horror, and the heroism of the greatest military encounter of our time.” —Harrison E. Salisbury   “The cardinal feature of the book is the wealth of information derived from interviews, which gives the narrative the crispness of reality. . . . Cruel but compelling reading.” —The New York Times Book Review

   “Craig’s extensive research and fresh interviews of surviving fighters and others authenticates the immediate, intimate circumstances of the battle. . . . A fine history.” —Kirkus Reviews'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504046176 Pages: 1133