The National Archives: World War II Unclassified by Nick (Children's and Educational Publishing Consultant) Hunter
  

The National Archives: World War II Unclassified

Written by Nick (Children's and Educational Publishing Consultant) Hunter
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The National Archives: World War II Unclassified by Nick (Children's and Educational Publishing Consultant) Hunter

From Hitler's rise to power to the surrender of the Japanese in 1945, WWII Unclassified uncovers real-life facts about one of the most terrible wars. Packed full of incredible photographs, artifacts and original documents from the National Archives, WWII Unclassified is a true account of how this dreadful war affected the world.

About the Author

Nick Hunter has written more than 50 books for young people. He has a degree in modern history and specializes in writing about history and social studies. Before becoming an author, Nick worked in children's publishing for many years. He lives in Oxford, UK, with his wife and two sons.

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Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Nick (Children's and Educational Publishing Consultant) Hunter
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Publisher

Featherstone Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

10th September 2015

ISBN

9781472920003


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