Retribution by Max Hastings
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A riveting, impeccably informed chronicle of the final year of the Pacific war. In his critically acclaimed Armageddon, Hastings detailed the last twelve months of the struggle for Germany. Here, in what can be considered a companion volume, he covers the horrific story of the war against Japan.
"Spectacular . . . Searingly powerful. Hastings makes important points about the war in the East that have been all too rarely heard." - Andrew Roberts, The Sunday Telegraph.
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Max Hastings Author Biography
Max Hastings is the author of more than twenty books. He has served as a foreign correspondent and as the editor of Britains Evening Standard and Daily Telegraph and has received numerous British Press awards, including Journalist of the Year in 1982 and Editor of the Year in 1988. He lives outside London.
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