Germany and the Second World War
Volume III: The Mediterranean, South-East Europe, and North Africa 1939-1941 (From Italy's Declaration of Non-Belligerence to the Entry of the United States into the War)
Gerhard Schreiber, Bernd Stegemann, and Detlef Vogel
Translated by Dean S. McMurray, Ewald Osers, Louise Wilmott, and Translation Editor: P. S. Falla
Reviews and Awards
"Volume 3 in the series Germany and the Second World War" continues the tradition of scholarship, organization, thoroughness, and readability....The author's credentials are impeccable, their expertise never in doubt, and their conclusions balanced and built on seemingly exhaustive research of Axis and Allied sources."--History: Reviews of New Books"
"As in previous volumes, the scholarly apparatus does not intrude on the narrative and analysis. High quality maps and charts add greatly to the clarity of the presentation....Recommended for all libraries. All levels."--Choice
"The first three volumes provide the finest coverage available in English on the background, origins, and course, well into 1941, of World War II in Europe from the German perspective. They do so, moreover, in readable form, with copious references to the relevant international scholarly literature, which is listed in their extensive bibliographies."--World War Two Studies Association