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The Second World War By Sir Max Hastings

The Second World War

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The period from 1939-1945 saw some of the most devastating events in living memory. Bringing the experience of war to life through contemporary documentation, this work tells the stories of the men and women who lived and died during World War II.

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The Second World War: A World in Flames by Sir Max Hastings

The period from 1939 to 1945 saw some of the most devastating events in living memory. Existing in the shadows of fear, sacrifice, deprivation and uncertainty, soldiers and civilians of all nationalities were driven to extremes of selfless loyalty, dogged determination or bitter cruelty by the demands of a world at war. Bringing the experience of war to life through a wealth of contemporary documentation, private writings and historical research, this book tells the stories of the men and women who lived and died during the Second World War. Also assessing the political, military and historical significance of the war this truly comprehensive volume covers every fighting front of this horrific war.

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About Sir Max Hastings


Foreword by Sir Max Hastings, text written by nine emminent historians: Paul Collier, Dr Alastair Finlan, Mark J Grove, Philip D Grove, Dr Russell A. Hart, Dr Stephen A. Hart, Dr Robin Havers, David Horner and Geoffrey Jukes.

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GOR004654796
The Second World War: A World in Flames by Sir Max Hastings
Sir Max Hastings
Essential Histories Specials
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
2004-03-24
496
1841768308
9781841768304
N/A
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