Ferguson reinterprets the modern era and the central paradox of why unprecedented progress coincided with unprecedented violence, and why the seeming triumph of the West bore the seeds of its undoing.Ferguson reinterprets the modern era and the central paradox of why unprecedented progress coincided with unprecedented violence, and why the seeming triumph of the West bore the seeds of its undoing.Read Less
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New. First printing. "Ferguson's eight-hundred-page reevaluation of the Second World War presents itself as a grand theory about ethnic conflict, the end of empire, and the postwar triumph of the East." [from the New Yorker] Includes numerous black and white illustrations, maps, graphs, bibliographical references, and index.
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