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Larry Miller reviews his pick for Book of the Day:
Michael Neiberg takes a long view in his discussion of World War II’s final “Big Three” conference, which took place in Potsdam in the summer of 1945. He asserts that those in attendance were motivated to resolve issues that dated from 1914 and not merely those that emerged during World War II itself. Neiberg believes that the conferees felt that the Treaty of Versailles (1919) was flawed, that these flaws led to World War II, and their job was to create conditions that would lead to lasting peace.
The latest from Anne Tyler debuts in the top spot on our bestseller list!
Rona London reviews her pick for Book of the Day:
Alexander Hamilton (or Ron Chernow's biography of him, anyway) takes the top spot from Alan Furst.