Britain at War 1939-1945
This is a salute to those who fought in the forces and on many fronts, recalling days of hardship and loss, but also the forging of life-long friendships and community spirit for which World War II will always be remembered. Look out for more Pitkin Guides on the very best of British history, heritage and travel, specially more titles in this series. More titles in the History of Britain Series Ancient Britain - ClickHere Invaders in Britian- Click HereElizabethan England - Click HereKings & Queens - Click HereMaritime Britain - Click HereMedieval England - Click HereRomans in Britain - Click HereTudor England - Click HereVictorian Britain - Click Here
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Adolf Hitler air attack Air Force air raid airfields American Anderson shelter armour Army Arnhem ashore Atlantic August Battle of Britain beach became began Berlin Bletchley Park Blitz Bomber Command bombs Britain and France British Expeditionary Force Burma camp casualties civilians coast convoys crew cruiser D-Day damaged December defeat defences Dunkirk East enemy escort Europe factories fight fighter pilots fire fleet flew fought French front gas mask German battleship Bismarck guns Hitler invasion ISLANDS Italian Japan Japanese June killed kilometres landing craft launched London losses lost Luftwaffe National naval Navy Nazi Neville Chamberlain night Normandy North ounces Pacific planes Poland posters Prime Minister propaganda radar radio raiders rescue resistance Rommel Royal Russians September 1939 shelter Sherman tank ships sirens soldiers Soviet Spitfire Stalingrad submarines sunk surrender targets torpedo U-boats V-2 rocket victory Violette Szabo WAAF wartime weapons Winston Churchill women