America's Greatest Conflict In Pictures

America's Greatest Conflict In Pictures by Richard B Stolley
ISBN
9780821227718
Published
Released
14 / 01 / 2002
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
352
 

Who but 'Life' magazine could bring us this remarkable collection of rare and unseen photographs of the most important global event of our time? In this book, best-selling journalist Richard B Stolley takes the reader on a journey from the escalating tensions of pre-World War 2 Europe to the shock of the Pearl Harbor attack and the creation of the atomic bomb.

This volume is densely packed with 600 classic and little-known images - documenting every major event and military action, from the invasion of Poland to the bombing of Hiroshima. The result is a gripping photographic history of unparalleled depth and power.

This fast-paced "history in pictures" flows chronologically through eight chapters, each with a newly commissioned essay by an outstanding writer or military historian - essays that explore in depth an aspect of war from the author's particular perspective, shedding new light on historical issues.
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Who but 'Life' magazine could bring us this remarkable collection of rare and unseen photographs of the most important global event of our time? In this book, best-selling journalist Richard B Stolley takes the reader on a journey from the escalating tensions of pre-World War 2 Europe to the shock of the Pearl Harbor attack and the creation of the atomic bomb.

This volume is densely packed with 600 classic and little-known images - documenting every major event and military action, from the invasion of Poland to the bombing of Hiroshima. The result is a gripping photographic history of unparalleled depth and power.

This fast-paced "history in pictures" flows chronologically through eight chapters, each with a newly commissioned essay by an outstanding writer or military historian - essays that explore in depth an aspect of war from the author's particular perspective, shedding new light on historical issues.

'Life: World War 2' brings alive events of half a century ago and brings home how they shaped our world today.
ISBN:
9780821227718
Publication Date:
14 / 01 / 2002
Pages:
352

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