Table of contents for Fateful choices : ten decisions that changed the world, 1940-1941 / Ian Kershaw.

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Contents
List of Illustrations vii
List of Maps viii
Acknowledgements ix
Dramatis Personae xii
Forethoughts 3
1 London, Spring 1940
Great Britain Decides to Fight On 11
2 Berlin, Summer and Autumn 1940
Hitler Decides to Attack the Soviet Union 54
3 Tokyo, Summer and Autumn 1940
Japan Decides to Seize the ?Golden Opportunity? 91
4 Rome, Summer and Autumn 1940
Mussolini Decides to Grab His Share 129
5 Washington, DC, Summer 1940?Spring 1941
Roosevelt Decides to Lend a Hand 184
6 Moscow, Spring?Summer 1940
Stalin Decides He Knows Best 243
7 Washington, DC, Summer?Autumn 1941
Roosevelt Decides to Wage Undeclared War 298
8 Tokyo, Autumn 1941
Japan Decides to Go to War 331
9 Berlin, Autumn 1941
Hitler Decides to Declare War on the United States 382
10 Berlin/East Prussia, Summer?Autumn 1941
Hitler Decides to Kill the Jews 431
Afterthoughts 471
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Notes 484
List of Works Cited 576
Index 597

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World War, 1939-1945 -- Causes.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Diplomatic history.