World War II in photographs

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Carlton, 2000 - History - 400 pages
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The greatest military conflict of all time is skillfully chronicled in World War II in Photographs utilizing many never-before-published photographs. Dramatic and intensely moving, this is a unique visual testament to the millions of men, women and children who fought, and those who lost their lives in the war. World War II in Photographs serves as an historical reminder to today's generations of both the heroism and horror of global conflict. With informative and authoritative captions written by the Imperial War Museum in London, World War II in Photographs vividly recaptures the haunting memories and scenes of the war's greatest and most devastating moments.

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The Second World War in photographs

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War, the game the world so loves to play, is showcased here in yet another slick photographic history of World War II. This book certainly does not present a new concept and offers no new scholarship ... Read full review

Contents

1939
13
THE OUTBREAK OF
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BRITAIN STANDS ALONE
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Copyright

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