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The Struggle for Europe (1952)
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Published Reviews
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    General History (Review)
    The Struggle for Europe, by Chester Wilmot
    1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    The American Historical Review, January 1953, pp. 331-332
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    A British Point of View (Review)
    The Struggle for Europe, by Chester Wilmot
    1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    The American Scholar, Summer 1952, pp. 368-371
  3. Books and the Arts
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    The British Case (Review)
    The Struggle for Europe, by Chester Wilmot
    1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    The Nation, June 7, 1952, p. 560
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    Wilmot's War (Review)
    Or, 'Churchill Was Right'
    1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    The Reporter, April 29, 1952, pp. 35-39
  5. [+]
    Montgomery vs. Bradley (Review)
    The Struggle for Europe, by Chester Wilmot
    1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    The Saturday Review, April 19, 1952, pp. 32-33
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (5 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. Postmarked Moscow by Lydia Kirk
    2. Theodora and the Emperor by Harold Lamb
    3. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    4. William Faulkner: A Critical Study by Irving Howe
    5. The Fancy Dress Party by Alberto Moravia
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1952, pp. 82-85
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Second World War
    1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    2. The Economic Blockade by W.N. Medlicott
    3. Washington Command Post: The Operations Division by Ray S. Cline
    4. Argument to V-E Day (January 1944 to May 1945) by Wesley Frank Craven and James Lea Cate
    5. Force Mulberry by Alfred Stanford
    6. The Dam Busters by Paul Brickhill
    7. The Big Show by Pierre Clostermann
    8. Manstein: His Campaigns and His Trial by Reginald T. Paget
    9. A War of Shadows by W. Stanley Moss
    10. They Fought with What They Had by Walter D. Edmonds
    11. Back to Mandalay by Lowell Thomas
    Foreign Affairs, July 1952, pp. 671-672
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    New Books (13 Reviews)
    Architects, Decorators, Soothsayers
    1. Literary America by David E. Scherman and Rosemarie Redlich
    2. One Man's America by Alistair Cooke
    3. Boswell in Holland, 1763-1764 by Frederick A. Pottle and James Boswell
    4. The Private Papers of Senator Vandenberg by Arthur H. Vandenberg, Jr. and Joe Alex Morris, ...
    5. How We Elect Our Presidents by Will Rogers and Donald Day
    6. The Future of American Politics by Samuel Lubell
    7. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    8. Main Fleet to Singapore by Russell Grenfell
    9. Glory Road by Bruce Catton
    10. Troopship by Kate Holliday
    11. Footnotes on Nature by John Kieran
    12. The Desert Year by Joseph Wood Krutch
    13. How to Travel Incognito by Ludwig Bemelmans
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1952, pp. 102-106