4 edition of Why we are at war with Germany found in the catalog.
Why we are at war with Germany
Ephraim Douglass Adams
by Liberty Loan General Executive Board, Dept. of Publicity in San Francisco
Written in English
No. 10 in vol. lettered: World War, 1914-1918. Pamphlets, 10.
|Statement||by Ephraim Douglass Adams.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| 23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
Why are we fighting? Because we were forced into it by England and its Polish friends. If the enemy had not begun the fight now, they would have within two or three years. England and France began the war in because they feared that in two or three years Germany would be militarily stronger and harder to defeat. A fter World War II the German economy lay in shambles. The war, along with Hitler’s scorched-earth policy, had destroyed 20 percent of all housing. Food production per capita in was only 51 percent of its level in , and the official food ration set by the occupying powers varied between 1, and 1, calories per day.
Hart’s new book Hitler’s American Friends: The Third Reich’s Supporters in the United States argues that the threat of Nazism in the United States before World War II was greater than we. World War II, conflict that involved virtually every part of the world during – The main combatants were the Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) and the Allies (France, Great Britain, the United States, the Soviet Union, and China). It was the bloodiest conflict, as well as the largest war, in history.
Why Germany Nearly Won: A New History of the Second World War in Europe challenges this conventional wisdom in highlighting how the re-establishment of the traditional German art of war—updated to accommodate new weapons systems—paved the way for Germany to forge a considerable military edge over its much larger potential rivals by playing to its qualitative 3/5(2). Rather than talking about who won the war, my colleagues and I explored what Hitler did that helped lose Germany the war. Although it happened so long ago, it is still a frightening story.
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soldiers their country's involvement in the war. Later on, they were also shown to the U.S. public to persuade them to support U.S. involvement in the war. Most of the films were directed by Frank Capra, who was daunted, yet impressed and Directed by: Frank Capra, Anatole Litvak.
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First published inThey Thought They Were Free is an eloquent and provocative examination of the development of fascism in Germany. Mayer’s book is a study of ten Germans and their lives frombased on interviews he conducted after the war when he Cited by: If one can find fault with this book, it is for sticking too closely to the new orthodoxy of the history of World War II.
Stargardt’s Germans fight their war strictly on an East-West axis. out of 5 stars Book Review: Germany After The First World War Reviewed in the United States on November 3, Bessel has a Malthusian-Sonderweg approach towards all of Germany's social by: Why Germany Nearly Won challenges today's conventional wisdom explaining Germany's Second World War defeat as inevitable primarily for brute force economic or military reasons created when Germany attacked the Soviet an entirely new perspective on explaining the Second World War in Europe, and its outcome, at its core Why Germany Nearly.
Prelude to War is the first film of Frank Capra's Why We Fight film series, commissioned by the Office of War Information (OWI) and George C. was made to educate American troops of the necessity of combating the Axis Powers during World War film was based on the idea that those in the service would be more willing and able fighters if they knew the background Directed by: Frank Capra.
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Oil was in desperately short supply for the Axis powers in WW2. One historian describes it as 'The First War for Oil' - such was the severity of the shortage. Oil was probably the biggest factor. “I Was a Nazi, and Here’s Why” In Germany, the book went through eight editions (the last in ) and was added to high-school reading lists.
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