"In the first international history of the end of World War II in the Pacific - the only book to fully integrate the roles of the United States, the Soviet Union, and Japan - Tsuyoshi Hasegawa traces an intricate diplomatic and military end game as he shatters standard accounts of the Japanese surrender."--Jacket.
Triangular relations and the Pacific War -- Stalin, Truman and Hirohito face new challenges -- Decisions for war and peace -- Potsdam: the turning point -- The atomic bombs and Soviet entry into the war -- Japan accepts unconditional surrender -- August Storm: the Soviet-Japanese War and the United States -- Assessing the roads not taken
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