Eclipse by Alan Moorehead


Eclipse was the code name given by the Allies to their last operation of the war in Europe- the occupation of Germany. Alan Moorehead’s original intention was to chronicle the collapse of German Europe sociologically and politically, psychologically and even emotionally. He was after atmosphere more than fact, especially since eclipse was written soon after the fact for responsible history. In the final tally Eclipse is a commentary. Starting with the collapse in Italy, Moorehead advance through France, the Rhine and finally Germany where the Nazis were finally defeated.

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A hardcopy 1967 edition with a clipped dustcover and numerous black and white plates.

The book has a cream coloured cloth bound cover with a brown spine and gilt lettering,

The book has toning and foxing both to the cover and dust cover. There is discolouration to the bottom inside cover.


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Weight 1.250 kg
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