The Legacy of the Second World War
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John Lukacs, historian and author of over thirty books, addresses questions about World War II that remain for him sixty-five years after the end of the war. Among several topics, Mr. Lukacs focuses on the American response to Germany and Japan, Hitler’s thinking throughout the war, and examines if the Cold War was unavoidable. John Lukacs presented his answers to these questions and others at Barnes & Noble in Devon, Pennsylvania.
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