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Daring Missions of World War II

by William B. Breuer

Critical acclaim for William B. Breuer

"A first-class historian."

--Wall Street Journal

For Top Tales of World War II

"As evidenced time and again by the prolific Breuer, WWII continues to be a source of absorbing...


A Wasp Among Eagles: A Woman Military Test Pilot in World War II

by Ann Carl

Before World War II most Americans did not believe that the average woman could fly professionally, but during the war more than a thousand women pilots proved them wrong. These were the Women Airforce Service...


Hitler's Shadow War: The Holocaust and World War II

by Donald M. McKale

In Hitler's Shadow War, WWII scholar Donald McKale contends that Hitler's persecution and murder of the Jews, Slavs, and other groups was his primary effort during the war, not the conquest of Europe. According...


Stephen E. Ambrose The Men of War E-book Box Set: Victors, Citizen Soldiers, Wild Blue

by Stephen E. Ambrose

“This e-book box set includes the following books by Stephen E. Ambrose, bringing into focus the men and women who fought in World War II:

The Victors: A breathtaking work that follows the momentous events...


The Measure of a Man: My Father, the Marine Corps, and Saipan

by Kathleen Broome Williams

Maj. Roger G. B. Broome, USMCR, died from wounds received on Saipan before his daughter had a chance to know him. Now a well-known naval historian and author of award-winning books, that daughter, Kathleen Broome...


The Battle of Berlin 1945

by Tony Le Tissier

The Battle of Berlin was truly a battle on an unprecedented scales. The Soviets massed 1.6 million troops for 'Operation Berlin', and Marshal Zhukov in the centra had half of them, but his initial attack floundered,...


The SS Hunter Battalions: The Hidden History of the Nazi Resistance Movement 1944-45

by Perry Biddiscombe

Conventional wisdom suggests that the Allies and the Soviets were the only side in the Second World War to support resistance movements. This book shows that Hitler had his own version of the SOE and OSS, and...


The King's Most Loyal Enemy Aliens: Germans Who Fought for Britain in the Second World War

by Helen Fry

This book presents the story of the 10,000 German and Austrian nationals who fled Nazi persecution to volunteer and serve in the British forces, donn the King's uniform, swear allegiance to George VI and become...


The Last Nazis: SS Werewolf Guerrilla Resistance in Europe 1944-1947

by Perry Biddiscombe

The history of the shadowy Werewolf guerrilla bands formed at the end of the Second World War as the last desperate defence of Nazis.


D-Day: The First 72 Hours

by William F Buckingham

The Allied invasion of occupied France began by delivering three airborne and six infantry divisions onto a 60-mile stretch of the Normandy coast. This title contradicts the popular perception that the American...


Bitter Victory

by Carlo D'Este

Bitter Victory illuminates a chapter of World War II that has lacked a balanced, full-scale treatment until now. In recounting the second-largest amphibious operation in military history, Carlo D'Este for the...


Of Courage and Determination: The First Special Service Force, "The Devil's Brigade," 1942-44

by Michel Wyczynski, Bernd Horn & Charlie Mann

In the dark, early days of the Second World War, the Allies desperately tried to slow down the Axis tide of conquest. With victory slipping away, the Allies turned to special operations forces such as the...


A Shaky Do: The Skoda Works Raid 16/17th April 1943

by Peter Cunliffe

A Shaky do-The Skoda works raid 16/17th April 1943, is a detailed account of a Bomber Command raid on the Skoda arms factory at Plzen Czechoslovakia. The book gives numerous personal accounts by veterans who...


Priscilla

by Nicholas Shakespeare

When Nicholas Shakespeare stumbled across a box of documents belonging to his late aunt, Priscilla, he was completely unaware of where this discovery would take him and what he would learn about her hidden past....


War and German Memory: Excavating the Significance of the Second World War in German Cultural Consciousness

by K. Michael Prince

German memories of the experience of the Second World War have been central in shaping that country's postwar historical consciousness and cultural identity. This book explores how the sufferings of average...


The History Buff's Guide to World War II: Top Ten Rankings of the Best, Worst, Largest, and Most Lethal People and Events of World War II

by Thomas R. Flagel

Did you know that neither Hitler nor Stalin graduated from high school? Or that the Allies often employed teenage girls as spies? In The History Buff's Guide to World War II, Thomas R. Flagel leaves no stone...


Gestapo

by Edward Crankshaw

The Grim story of the most vicious Terror Agency of all time-Its sinister Power and Barbaric acts, and the twisted men who led it-Hitler, Himmler, and Eichmann.

This is the brutal expose of the rotten core of...


And We Shall Shock Them: The British Army in the Second World War

by David Fraser

First published in 1983 and written by a pre-eminent historian of the British Army, this is the definitive history of the British Army in the Second World War: its campaigns and battles, defeats and victories,...


The Phantom Army of Alamein: The Men Who Hoodwinked Rommel

by Rick Stroud

Camouflage was one of the most surprising elements of the Battle of Alamein - the story is now told in full for the first time.


Hidden Warbirds: The Epic Stories of Finding, Recovering, and Rebuilding WWII's Lost Aircraft

by Nicholas A. Veronico

"If you only have room in your collection for one book on WWII-era warbird wreck histories and recoveries, then it should be this one. Nicholas Veronico's thorough research and clear, concise writing style make ...