Half Title Page.
1: The Origins of World War II, 1929–39.
2: The Economic Blizzard.
3: The Treaty of Versailles is shredded.
4: British Appeasement and American Isolationism.
5: Axis Triumphant, 1939–41.
6: The Outbreak of War.
7: Initial Forces and Resources of the European Combatants.
8: Armoured Divisions and Airpower.
9: Germany Overruns Europe.
10: The Battle for Africa and the Middle East.
11: Germany Invades the Soviet Union.
12: The War in East Asia and the Pacific.
13: Axis High Tide, 1941–42.
14: North Africa.
15: Germany Captures Caucasus Oil Fields in Southern Russia.
16: The Tide Turns 1942–43.
17: Japanese Retreat Begins.
18: Battle of El-Alamein and Rommel’s Retreat.
19: Battle of Stalingrad and the German Retreat.
20: Allied Invasion of Northwest Africa.
21: Allies Retake Tunisia.
22: Command of Sea and Sky in the West.
23: Extermination and Slave Labour in German-Occupied Europe.
24: The Eastern Front and the Battle of Kursk.
25: The Allies Counterattack in the Southwest and South Pacific.
26: Allies Triumphant, 1944–45.
27: Italy Collapses.
28: The Western Allies and Stalin.
29: German Troop Deployment.
30: The War in the Pacific and East Asia.
31: Driving the Germans out of Italy.
32: The Liberation of Europe.
33: The Liberation of East Asia.
34: The United States at War.
35: The Road to War.
36: The United States at War.
37: Costs of the War.
38: Killed, Wounded, Prisoners, or Missing.
39: Human and Material Cost.
40: The Nürnberg and Tokyo Trials.
41: Political Leaders.
42: Arthur Neville Chamberlain.
43: Chiang Kai-Shek.
44: Sir Winston Churchill.
45: Charles De Gaulle.
47: Adolf Hitler.
48: Benito Mussolini.
49: Henri-Philippe Pétain.
50: Franklin D. Roosevelt.
51: Joseph Stalin.
52: Tōjō Hideki.
53: Harry S. Truman.
54: Military Commanders.
55: Allied Commanders.
56: Axis Commanders.
57: Wasteland: The World After 1945.
58: The Ruin of Europe and Japan.
59: U.S. Vision of Reconstruction.
60: The End of East–West Cooperation.
61: The Final Solution.
62: Wannsee Conference.
63: The Extermination Camps.
64: Jewish Resistance.
65: World War II in Retrospect.
German Aircraft Production by Year.
Allied Air Strength, September 1939.
World War II Casualties.