At a glance:
- Author: John Grigg
- First Published: 1980
- Type of Work: Military history
- Time of Work: 1941-1945, with a concentration on the year 1943
- Setting: Primarily North African and European theaters of war
- Genres: Nonfiction, History
- Locales: Africa, Europe
John Grigg, an English political journalist, is presently working on a four-volume biography of David Lloyd George, two volumes of which have already appeared. In his latest book, 1943: The Victory That Never Was, Grigg deals with high politics and grand strategy of World War II. He advances the thesis that had the Allied invasion of northwestern Europe taken place in 1943, instead of 1944, the war would have ended that much sooner, many lives would have been saved, and the nature of the ultimate victory would have placed the Allies in a much stronger position relative...
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