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Blitzkrieg
by Len Deighton
An account of Hitler's rise to power in a defeated, demoralized Germany analyzes the German blitzkrieg campaign that led to the nearly fatal encirclement of British and French forces at Dunkirk.
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Blood, Tears, and Folly : An Objective Look at World War II
by Len Deighton
Master storyteller and military historian Len Deighton provides an enthralling account of the dark, early days of World War II, including the dangerous and brutal submarine war for control of the seas, the doomed battle for France, and the hunt for the elusive Rommel, the "Desert Fox." In this sweeping panorama of war's military, diplomatic and home fronts, Deighton provides a bold, often startling analysis of what went wrong with the Allies' early war plans.
Hardcover - 653 pages
Book Sales; ISBN: 0785811141

Deighton's Fighter, Bomber and Battle of Britain are often in print.

Other books by master storyteller Len Deighton

Berlin Game
by Len Deighton
(Paperback)
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London Match
by Len Deighton
Paperback (January 1989)
Ballantine Books; ISBN: 0345332687
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Mexico Set
by Len Deighton
Paperback Reissue edition (March 1990)
Ballantine Books; ISBN: 0345314999
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Spy Hook
by Len Deighton
Paperback Reprint edition (May 1992)
Ballantine Books; ISBN: 0345365208
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Spy Line
by Len Deighton
Paperback Reissue edition (January 1991)
Ballantine Books; ISBN: 0345370066
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Spy Sinker
by Len Deighton
Paperback Reprint edition (August 1991)
Harper Paperbacks; ISBN: 0061099287
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Winter
by Len Deighton
Paperback Reprint edition (January 1989)
Ballantine Books; ISBN: 0345359313
Peter and Pauli Winter are two very different brothers born into a time when the horrors of war engulf and extinguish the Germany that is. Yet for all their differences, the destinies of the two brothers are forever bound to the madness that lies ahead. From their sheltered childhood through their violent coming of age in the Great War . . . from the chaos of 1920 Berlin to the spreading power of Hitler . . . the brothers are wrenched apart by conflicting ideals and ambitions. Now mortal enemies, they are trapped in a holocaust that threatens to tear them -- and the world -- to pieces.
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Charity by Len Deighton
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Hope
by Len Deighton
Paperback - 320 pages (December )
Harper Paperbacks; ISBN: 0061095559
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