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He wrote two of the volumes concerning grand strategy published in that series. Grand Strategy, vol II (September 1939 – June 1941) (1957).
He was appointed Regius Professor of Modern History in 1947, holding the chair until 1954. He wrote two of the volumes concerning grand strategy published in that series Butler resigned his chair in 1954 and was then appointed emeritus professor. Grand Strategy, vol III (June 1941 – August 1942) with .
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Of the six volumes on grand strategy appearing in the official "History of the Second World War: United Kingdom Military Series," this is the third to be. .Volume II: September 1939-June 1941. Volume II: September 1939-June 1941
Of the six volumes on grand strategy appearing in the official "History of the Second World War: United Kingdom Military Series," this is the third to be published.
Volume I, N. H. Gibbs, 1976. Volume II, Sir James Butler, 1957. Manpower: Study of War-Time Policy and Administration, H. M. D. Parker, 1957. Civil Industry and Trade, Eric Hargreaves, 1952. Volume III, Part 1, J. R. Gwyer, 1964. Volume III, Part 2, Sir James Butler, 1964. Volume II: The Germans Come to the Help of Their Ally, 1941, Major-General I. S. O. Playfair et a. 1956. Volume III: British Fortunes Reach Their Lowest Ebb, Major-General I. 1960. Volume IV: The Destruction of the Axis Forces in Africa, Major-General I. Playfair, Brigadier C. J. C. Molony et a. 1966. Financial Policy, 1939–45, Richard Sayers, 1956.
World War II was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. On June 14, German forces entered Paris; a new government formed by Marshal Philippe Petain (France’s hero of World War I) requested an armistice two nights later. Rising to power in an unstable Germany, Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist (Nazi Party) rearmed the nation and signed treaties with Italy and Japan to further his ambitions of world domination.
British Official Histories (History of the Second World War). British Foreign Policy in the Second World War, Volume 2, Woodward, Sir Llewellyn. Grand Strategy, Volume 2: September 1939-June 1941, Butler, J. London: HMSO, 1957
British Official Histories (History of the Second World War). British War Economy, Hancock, W. K. & Gowing, M. London: HMSO and Longmans, Green, 1949 (Partial). Problems of Social Policy, Titmuss, Richard M. London: HMSO, 1950. British Foreign Policy in the Second World War, Volume 3, Woodward, Sir Llewellyn. London: HMSO, 1957. Grand Strategy, Volume 3, Part 1: June 1941-August 1942, Gwyer, J. A. London: HMSO, 1964.
Grand Strategy, vol II (September 1939 – June 1941) (1957).
Butler was born at Trinity College, Cambridge where his father, Henry Montagu Butler (1833–1918), Cambridge senior classic in 1855, was master of the college (1886–1918). His mother, Montagu Butler's second wife, Agnata Frances Ramsay, attained the highest marks in the Classical Tripos at Cambridge in 1887. With this impeccable classical background, Butler attended Harrow School and then Trinity College.
v. 1. Gibbs, N. Rearmament policy. 2. Butler, J. September 1939-June 1941. 3. Gwyer, J. and J. Butler.
by. Butler, James Ramsay Montagu, 1889-; Gibbs, Norman Henry, 1910-; Gwyer, J. A; Ehrman, John; Gibbs, Norman Henry, 1910-; Howard, Michael Eliot, 1922-. v. June 1941-August 1942. 4. Howard, M. August 1942-September 1943. 5. Ehrman, J. August 1943-September 1944. 6. October 1944-August 1945.