Cooperation under Fire: Anglo-German Restraint during World War II (Cornell S...

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Hardback
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6.5X0.75X9.75
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ERGODE
ISBN-10
0801429382

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"Why do nations cooperate even as they try to destroy each other? Jeffrey Legro explores this question in the context of World II, the "total" that in fact wasnt. During the , combatant states attempted to sustain agreements limiting the use of three forms of combat considered barbarous―submarine attacks against civilian ships, strategic ing of civilian targets, and chemical fare. Looking at how these restraints worked or failed to work between such fierce enemies as Hitlers Third Reich and Churchills Britain, Legro offers a new understanding of the dynamics of World II and the sources of international cooperation."
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