True Stories of the Second World War by Henry Brook, Paul Dowswell
  

True Stories of the Second World War

Written by Henry Brook, Paul Dowswell
Illustrated by Ian McNee
Part of the True Stories Series

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To mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day this is a boxed set of three paperback books from the True Stories series: The Blitz, D-Day and The Second World War. This collection provides a great introduction to the military tactics, the tools of warfare and the roles of soldiers and civilians during this tumultuous time. But also, through the use of real-life stories these books illustrate the very personal experiences of war and the impact on those who lived through the Second World War.

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True Stories of the Second World War by Henry Brook, Paul Dowswell

Each book contains a series of real-life accounts of bravery and heroism, as well as providing a realistic portrayal of the horrors of war. Published in association with the Imperial War Museums.

Internet links take readers to recommended websites where they can find out more about D-Day.

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Multiple-item retail product
Contains 3 Paperbacks

Author

Henry Brook, Paul Dowswell
More books by Henry Brook, Paul Dowswell

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2014

ISBN

9781409583684

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