Where The War Was Won: Nomonhan 1939

Where The War Was Won: Nomonhan 1939

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If the Japanese enter the war on Hitler's side...our cause is hopeless.
Maj. General Arkady Kozakovtsev, Chief of Operations, Soviet Far East Army
What if? What if the Japanese had decided to fight with the Germans? What if Hitler had continued towards Moscow instead of turning south towards Kiev? With thorough research and knowledge, McDonald takes the reader through Japanese military history showing how their ancestry and modern history impacted decisions made by military leaders preceding the Second World War. Drawing well informed conclusions, connecting the Russians, Japanese and Germans through detailed analysis, McDonald presents an alternative outcome...

Andy McDonald

Andy
McDonald

Andy was born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand where he studied English and History at Auckland University. Having pursued a globetrotting career in television Andy now lives in London. Where the War was Won is his first book.

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