The Last 100 Days : The Cataclysmic Ending of World War II
1970-11 The Last 100 Days By John Toland. Fifth Printing November 1970 Paperback
"Fascinating and suspenseful ... immensely readable ... The full sweep of the cataclysmic ending of World War II" - The New York Times
A dramatic countdown of the final months of World War II in Europe, The Last 100 Days brings to life the waning power and the ultimate submission of the Third Reich.
To reconstruct the tumultuous hundred days between Yalta and the fall of Berlin, John Toland traveled more than 100,000 miles in twenty-one countries and interviewed more than six hundred people—from Hitler’s personal chauffeur to Generals von Manteuffel, Wenck, and Heinrici; from underground leaders to diplomats; from top Allied field commanders to brave young GIs. Toland adeptly weaves together these interviews using research from thousands of primary sources.
Library of Congress Catalog Listing
- LC Control No.: 66011996
- Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
- Personal Name: Toland, John.
- Main Title: The last 100 days.
- Published/Created: New York, Random House 
- Description: xii, 622 p. illus., col. maps (on lining-papers) 25 cm.
- Notes: Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. -609)
- Subjects: World War, 1939-1945.
- LC Classification: D755.7 .T6
- Dewey Class No.: 940.5421