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The History of World War II

The Defining Conflict of the Twentieth Century Day by Day

By David Jordan (Author)

Price$24.95

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The History of World War II

The Defining Conflict of the Twentieth Century Day by Day

by David Jordan

$24.95

Paperback

Barnes and Noble Indiebound
OVERVIEW
Expertly and objectively told by Dr. David Jordan, The History of World War II provides an excellent account of the causes of the war, how it developed into a global conflict, how its campaigns fared, and how it changed the map of the world.

World War II remains the largest conflict humanity has ever seen, both in terms of scale and loss of life. The war involved virtually every part of the world during the years 1939–1945. But from Norway to Mandalay, from Stalingrad to Tobruk, from Manchuria to Uruguay, it is also an immense war to try to understand. A perfect introduction to the conflict, The History of World War II is an authoritative, accessible, and short narrative giving a history of events as they occurred. This fascinating book is divided into two parts, structured chronologically. Part I follows the European, Mediterranean, and Africa theaters of war, while Part II examines the conflict in the Pacific. Throughout the book there is a timeline putting key events into historical context.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)

David Jordan is Senior Lecturer at the Joint Services Command and Staff College, Shrivenham, where he teaches Intermediate and Advanced Staff courses. He joined the Defence Studies Department of Kings College London in June 2000 from the University of Birmingham. He is Chairman of the Board of Examiners for the MA in Defence Studies. He is the author of several books, including The Timeline of World War IIWolfpack, and the History of the French Foreign Legion.

Pub Date: 6/1/2021

ISBN: 9781838860813

Price: $24.95 / $37.50 CAN

Format: Paperback

Pages: 160 pages, 200 b-w photos & illus.

Trim: 7 x 10 x 0 Inches

Territories: US/Can

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Publisher: Amber Books

Carton Quantity: 40