"This book captures both the scale and the human emotion [of WWII]" "-Baltimore Sun" "This incredibly dramatic and moving compilation of reportage, first-person accounts and archival photos reminds us why war is hell." "-Sacramento Bee"Reseña del editor:
"Eyewitness to World War II" brings you closer than ever before to this epic conflict, told through the words and thoughts of those who lived it - both on the battlefield and the home front. The personal writings of Roosevelt, Patton, and Hitler, as well as letters composed on the battlefield and diaries of women serving in the military at home, tell the story of this war in startling intimacy. Hundreds of photographs capture fateful moments of triumph and defeat that defined the era, and authoritative National Geographic maps detail military movements and decisive battles in both theatres of war. Together, the individual accounts of soldiers, generals, political leaders, and those at home, along with the illuminating maps and a collection of rare photographs and artefacts, bring the entire history of World War II to life in vivid detail.
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