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This is a comprehensive account of the history of the Second World War, with expert commentary on its political and economic causes, every key moment, and the impact of new technologies and military strategies. It offers moving eyewitness and contemporary accounts from survivors of the battles and conflicts, personally interviewed by the author. It covers every major battle on land, at sea and in the air, with an expert analysis of the events and descriptions of weaponry. It features a chronology of the period that helps put all specific actions of the war into a historical context. It covers 380 contemporary photographs recording incidents as they happened, plus maps and battle plans. World War II was the most immense human conflict the world has ever known. You can discover how the war took shape, from its beginnings with the rise to power of Hitler in the 1930s to its apocalyptic end in the ruined cities of Germany and Japan in 1945. It features eyewitness accounts, maps, battle plans and hundreds of contemporary photographs that bring the past to life. All the major turning points of the war are included - D-Day and the invasion of Normandy, Operation Barbarosa, the battle of Midway and many others. This authoritative and accessible military history will enable the reader to understand the war more fully than ever before.
|Publication date:||31st July 2014|
|Publisher:||Southwater an imprint of Anness Publishing|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Second World War, General & world history, 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000,|
Karen Farrington is a writer and former Fleet Street journalist, specializing in the study of conflict throughout the 20th century. For this book, she has interviewed veterans from around the world, obtaining a unique insight into the war through the eyes of those on the front line. She has credits on over 40 non-fiction titles, including Normandy to Berlin: Into the Heart of the Third Reich, Victory in the Pacific: Pearl Harbor to the Fall of Okinawa, and Victory in Europe: D-day to the Fall of Berlin.More About Karen Farrington