从战争到战争(二战回忆录1)
The Second World War 1: The Gathering Storm (Ⅰ)

  • 作   者:

    温斯顿·丘吉尔
    Winston Churchill

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

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这本书也是第二次世界大战的史料,揭秘鲜为人知的二战内幕,讲述危机紧张的战争全局。丘吉尔,百年来世界有说服力的八大演说家之一、有史以来伟大的英国人之一、诺贝尔文学奖得主。英国前首相全景式历史巨著,解密二战鲜为人知的内幕,洞彻风云变幻的国际关系。

As a witness and decision maker, Churchill has a different view of the World War Ⅱ.

《第二次世界大战回忆录》是英国前首相温斯顿·丘吉尔在第二次世界大战刚结束之后著作的六部书,洋洋洒洒约360万字,收录大量政府文件、会议记录、来往函电、个人保存资料,以及200多幅珍贵史料图片,极具史料价值。

本书是第一卷《风云紧急》(The Gathering Storm)的上部,落笔于丘吉尔对一战的观想——以及一战是如何埋下了下一次全球战争的伏笔;并着眼于一战结束到二战开始(1919-1939)这一时间段中世界局势的风起云涌。作为领导了两次全球战争的军事和政治领袖,以及这一段历史的塑造者,丘吉尔淋漓尽致地将历史的内幕展现于读者眼前。书中还包含了当时英国政府的书信和备忘录,记载了英国陷入战争的始末。作为二战时期的英国首相,丘吉尔对这些文件与历史事件之间的联系提出了独特的见解,并以生动的叙述技巧引导读者走近这些历史事件。

The Second World War was a great work with 6 volumes. Its author, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, finished the book after the Second World War. It was about 360 thousand words, and included a large number of government documents, conference records, correspondence, personal preservation and more than 200 precious historical materials, which indicates a great historical value.

The World War 2: The Gathering Storm (Ⅰ) begins with his thoughts on World War I--and how its ending laid the foundations for the next global conflict. It describes the changing international situation between 1919 and 1939. As a military and political leader during both wars, Churchill was well placed to give readers a behind-the-scenes tour of history as it was being created, by a man who had a definitive part in shaping it.

The volume continues with contemporary letters and memoranda from the British government documenting the country's terrifying descent into war. As Prime Minister during World War II, Churchill possessed a unique understanding of these documents' connection to historical events--and guides the reader through them with vivid narrative skill.

温斯顿·丘吉尔(1874-1965),英国政治家、历史学家、军事家和作家,曾于1940年至1945年和1951年至1955年两度出任英国首相,在第二次世界大战期间领导英国取得了最后的胜利,被公认为是20世纪最重要的政治领袖之一。丘吉尔文采斐然,著有《世界危机》、《英语民族史》、《二战回忆录》等作品,其中《二战回忆录》于1953年获诺贝尔文学奖。

Winston Churchill (1874-1965), a British politician, historian, militarist and writer, who served as British Prime Minister during 1940-1945 and 1951-1955, led the British to the final victory of the Second World War, and was recognized as one of the most important political leaders of the twentieth century. Churchill was famous for his elegant and polished literary works such as The World Crisis, A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, and The Second World War. The Second World War won the Nobel prize for literature in 1953.

After the end of the World War of 1914 there was a deep conviction and almost universal hope that peace would reign in the world. This heart’s desire of all the peoples could easily have been gained by steadfastness in righteous convictions, and by reasonable common sense and prudence.

  • THE GATHERING STORM

  • Moral of the Work

  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  • PREFACE

  • NOTE TO THE NEW EDITION

  • Theme of the Volume

  • CHAPTER I THE FOLLIES OF THE VICTORS 1919-1929

  • CHAPTER II PEACE AT ITS ZENITH 1922-1931

  • CHAPTER III LURKING DANGERS

  • CHAPTER IV ADOLF HITLER

  • CHAPTER V THE LOCUST YEARS 1931-1935

  • CHAPTER VI THE DARKENING SCENE 1934

  • CHAPTER VII AIR PARITY LOST 1934-1935

  • CHAPTER VIII CHALLENGE AND RESPONSE 1935

  • CHAPTER IX PROBLEMS OF AIR AND SEA 1935-1939

  • CHAPTER X SANCTIONS AGAINST ITALY 1935

  • CHAPTER XI HITLER STRIKES 1936

  • CHAPTER XII THE LOADED PAUSE. SPAIN 1936-1937

  • CHAPTER XIII GERMANY ARMED 1936-1938

  • CHAPTER XIV MR. EDEN AT THE FOREIGN OFFICE. HIS RESIGNATION

  • CHAPTER XV THE RAPE OF AUSTRIA February 1938

  • CHAPTER XVI CZECHOSLOVAKIA

  • CHAPTER XVII THE TRAGEDY OF MUNICH

  • CHAPTER XVIII MUNICH WINTER

  • CHAPTER XIX PRAGUE, ALBANIA, AND THE POLISH GUARANTEE January—April 1939

  • CHAPTER XX THE SOVIET ENIGMA

  • CHAPTER XXI ON THE VERGE

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