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World: Europe: The End of World War II

AS the blue-and-gold Lufthansa jetliner rolled to a stop at Cologne airport late last week, the waiting crowd broke into a cheer. Out stepped Foreign Minister...

Books: WORLD WAR II & KOREA

No book on World War II equaled in stature or importance Winston Churchill's memoirs, concluded last year. The generals, U.S. and foreign, kept publishing their...

Books: HISTORY & WORLD WAR II

The kind of history that proposed big round answers to large historical questions or propounded Toynbee-like views of man's drift simply did not show in '55...

Books: World War II Trio

These three books about World War II were written in bitterness. Two deal with ill-fated ventures on the Allied side, the third with Japan's defeat in the air...

The Press: World War II

What this country needs, said President Roosevelt at a press conference in April 1942, is a good name for the war. After getting thousands of suggestions, he...

BATTLE OF BRITAIN: Verdun of World War II

Liverpool, Bristol, Southampton, Ports mouth, Plymouth, London. The roll of British ports bombed last week sounded more like a train announce ment than a report...