Andrew Nagorski served as Newsweek's bureau chief in Hong Kong, Moscow, Rome, Bonn, Warsaw, and Berlin. He is the author of seven previous critically acclaimed books, including Hitlerland and The Nazi Hunters. He has also written for countless publications. Visit him at AndrewNagorski.com.
"Nagorski skillfully weaves diplomatic, political and military narratives into a compelling whole." --Historynet.com
"[A] thoughtful analysis of a critical year in WWII...Nagorski
brings keen psychological insights into the world leaders
"The Year Germany Lost the War is a seamlessly written and well-researched investigation of how Hitler bungled his geopolitical playing hand in 1941, thereby sinking the Third Reich. There is never a dull moment or lull in this fast-paced narrative. Highly recommended!"--Douglas Brinkley, author of American Moonshot: John F. Kennedy and the Great Space Race, and Chair in Humanities and Professor, Rice University
"Andrew Nagorski's vivid, incisive account shows how and why 1941 marked not just the beginning, but the beginning of the end, of World War II."--William Taubman, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Khrushchev: The Man and His Era and Gorbachev: His Life and Times
"Entertaining...keeps the focus at a high level, on the men--Roosevelt, Churchill, but above all Hitler and Stalin--who directed the great powers at war...Nagorski is able to keep up the pace of the narrative while showing how global conflict was interconnected."--The Wall Street Journal