The March to Victory

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Random House Value Publishing, Sep 13, 1994 - History - 256 pages
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A fully illustrating retelling of the last sixteen months of World War II covers the period between D-Day and the surrender of Japan, and includes extensive photo-essays, commentary coverage, and annotated maps of campaigns and major battles.

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Contents

Two The Soviet Summer Offensive 1944 David Glantz
22
Three The Reconquest of the Philippines Duncan Anderson
38
Four Drive to the Rhine Roger Cirillo
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Aubrey C. Watson is a freelance photographer, lecturer and writer. He was staff photographer and cinematographer for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency for thirteen years and a commercial photographer for ten years. He is an avid outdoorsman, environmental photographer and a lifelong resident of Nashville. He has received honors for his photography from The American Association for Conservation
Information and The Nashville Advertising Federation. His other books include "The Outdoor Photographer's Bible "(1997) and "Nashville Then and Now "(2005).

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