"WWII in Cartoons" provides a unique insight into the second World War through the medium of newspaper cartoons published at the time. The cartoonist's skill in distilling the events and situations which shaped the course of the war provides an ideal platform from which to view the struggle. "WWII in Cartoons" uses one hundred contemporary cartoons to illustrate the conflict, places these in context and provides details explaining the event or issue and its significance to the story of the war. Structured in chronological order, it also provides a narrative to the war covering all the major turning points as events unfolded. It provides a fascinating insight from both a historic, cultural and artistic perspective to WWII.Über den Autor:
Christopher Tiffney spent fourteen years working in the insurance industry before deciding to change his career and begin writing full-time. He is the co-author of "In-Flight Confidential". Christopher is married and lives in Gloucestershire.
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