World Battlefronts, STRATEGY: War by Coalition

A Russian-born exile, economist and war analyst named Max Werner made a stir last week by proposing that Allies be allies. The fact that this elemental common sense was enough to command attention, and even to loom as a fresh approach to the war, was more frightening than anything Mr. Werner actually wrote in The Great Offensive (Viking; $3).

Author Werner's proposition is that the U.S., Britain and Soviet Russia are the chief members of a natural, global coalition, that all they have to do to defeat the coalition of Germany and Japan is to plan...

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