Chamberlin's work doesn't focus on the war itself but on the events leading up to the war and the consequences of the war, especially in relationship to the US alliance with the Soviets. Historian H.E. Barnes said of this book: "The best book for the general reader on the entry of the United States into the Second World War. Treats the historical background after 1919, and is especially full on the disastrous results of American entry into the war. Comparable to Millis' Road to War on American participation in the first world war."
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