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History (World & General)
Ingram Publisher Services US
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An acclaimed historian unravels Brazil's deft geopolitical machinations during World War II, showing how the country became a modern nation by first manipulating, then joining, the Allied powers.
Neill Lochery is Professor of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Studies at University College London and is a world-renowned resource on the modern history and politics of Israel and the Mediterranean Middle East. He is the author of a series of critically acclaimed books, including the international bestseller Lisbon: War in the Shadows of the City of Light 1939-1945, as well as countless newspaper and magazine articles. He lives in London.