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Max Arthur is a skilled interviewer who has written oral histories of the RAF and Royal Navy during the Second World War.

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The Silent Day A Landmark Oral History of D-Day on the Home Front by Max Arthur
The Silent Day A Landmark Oral History of D-Day on the Home Front
Max Arthur
A history of D-Day – from planning to execution, told in the worlds of the people who witnessed at first hand the epic military action. There were civilians who waited for news, others who woke to find only emptiness where...
Format: Paperback - Released: 12/03/2015
The Faces of World War I The Great War in Words & Pictures by Max Arthur
The Faces of World War I The Great War in Words & Pictures
Max Arthur
A poignant and balanced collection of photographs from the Imperial War Museum collection, many published here for the first time. The photographs are arranged in chronological order and are accompanied by quotations and memories from those who fought in the...
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/01/1970
Last Post The Final Word from Our First World War Soldiers by Max Arthur
Last Post The Final Word from Our First World War Soldiers
Max Arthur
A 2002 bestseller, Last Post is being reissued for the 1914 anniversary. It records the thoughts and views of some of the last survivors of World War One. There were 30 survivors then still alive, now they are all gone...
Format: Paperback - Released: 19/06/2014
The Silent Day A Landmark Oral History of D-Day on the Home Front by Max Arthur
The Silent Day A Landmark Oral History of D-Day on the Home Front
Max Arthur
A history of D-Day – from planning to execution, told in the worlds of the people who witnessed at first hand the epic military action. There were civilians who waited for news, others who woke to find only emptiness where...
Format: Hardback - Released: 01/01/1970
The Road Home: The Aftermath of the Great War Told by the Men and Women Who Survived it by Max Arthur
The Road Home: The Aftermath of the Great War Told by the Men and Women Who Survived it
Max Arthur
After so much suffering and personal sacrifice, the returning WWI soldiers got a pretty raw deal, promises of jobs and housing were mostly empty words. Histories of World War One end at 1918, few books go on to show soldiers...
Format: Paperback - Released: 14/10/2010
Last Post by Max Arthur
Last Post
Max Arthur
As with his Forgotten Voices books Max Arthur has produced another book recounting the events and consequences of the First World War. Told through the voices of 21 war veterans this moving and compelling book is a must read...
Format: Paperback - Released: 14/09/2006

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