Select Bibliography of the Coming of World War II

  • P. M. H. Bell. The Origins Of The Second World War In Europe.1986.
  • Robert J. C. Butow. Tojo And the Coming of the War. 1961.
  • Waldo Heinrichs. Threshold of War: Franklin D. Roosevelt & American Entry Into World War II. 1988.
  • Saburo Ienaga. The Pacific War: World War II and the Japanese, 1931-1945. 1978.
  • Akira Iriye. The Origins Of The Second World War In Asia And The Pacific. 1987
  • Richard Lamb. The Drift To War 1922-1939.1991.
  • Laurence Lafore. The End Of Glory: An Interpretation of the Origins of World War II. 1970.
  • David J. Lu. From The Marco Polo Bridge to Pearl Harbor. 1961.
  • Gordon Martel, ed. The Origins of the Second World War Reconsidered: The A.J.P. Taylor Debate after twenty-five Years. 1986.
  • Mark Mazower. Dark Continent: Europe’s Twentieth Century. 1999.
  • Arnold A. Offner. The Origins of the Second World War: American Foreign Policy and World Politics, 1917-1941. 1975.
  • Richard Overy and Andrew Wheatcroft. The Road To War: The Origins of World War II. 1989.
  • Norman Rose. The Cliveden Set: Portrait of an Exclusive Fraternity. 2001.
  • Gene Smith. The Dark Summer: An Intimate History of the Events that Led to World War II. 1987.
  • A. J. P. Taylor. The Origins of The Second World War. 1961.
  • Christopher Thorne. The Approach of War, 1938-1939. 1967.
  • Jonathan G. Utley. Going To War With Japan 1937-1941.1985.
  • Donald Cameron Watt. How War Came: The Immediate Origins of the Second World War 1938-1939. 1990.
  • Takehiko Yoshihashi. Conspiracy At Mukden: The Rise of the Japanese Military.1963.