The Big Three's Victory In Europe

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If Japan had never existed, the events of last week in Europe would have marked the end of the greatest war in human history. The fact that this war was only part of a still greater war could not diminish its epic size, its overwhelming agony, or its pervasive consequences.

This war was not only the greatest but probably the ugliest in human history. The war in the Pacific is, in some respects, more savage. But the war which swept over almost the whole of Europe, much of Africa and some of the...

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