The Nazis at War:

World War II in Europe, 1939-1945

I. The Years of Triumph, 1939-1941.
    [Spielvogel, 211-221]

    A. Poland and the Blitzkreig, September 1939.

    B. The "Phony War" in the West, 1939-1940.

    C. The Attack in the West, Spring 1940.

    D. The Failure to Defeat England, 1940-1941.

    E. The War Expands: North Africa and the Balkans.

    F. Operation Barbarossa: 22 June 1941.

II. The Tide Turns, 1941-1943.
    [Spielvogel, 221-225; 233-268; and 269-304]

    A. The Home Front: Mobilizing for Total War.

    B. The Campaign in North Africa, 1942-1943.

    C. The Russian Front, 1942-1943.

    D. Genocide and the Holocaust.

    E. Allied Victories in North Africa and Italy.

III. The Defeat of Nazi Germany, 1944-1945.
    [Spielvogel, 225-231]

    A. The Normandy Invasion, 6 June 1944, and the Campaign in the West.

    B. Russian Advances from the East, 1944-1945.

    C. Germany Surrenders.

IV. The Aftermath.
    [Spielvogel, 305-309]

    A. Germany in 1945.

    B. The Nuremberg Trials, 1945-1946.



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