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What They Didn't Teach You About World War II

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Packed with personal anecdotes and details you won’t find anywhere else, this is the secret history of World War II.

“A fast-moving overview stuffed with interesting factoids and historical tidbits . . . Casual readers will find themselves carried along, and hardened military buffs will learn much that is new.”Library Journal

“It’s almost guaranteed to make you so interested in the subject you’ll want to learn . . . By including hundreds of interesting anecdotes and facts, [Mike] Wright not only piques our interest repeatedly, he also gives areal feel for the war era.”—Manchester Journal Inquirer

“An excellent overview . . . [with] interesting chapters on spies, POWs, censorships, and the building of the atomic bomb . . . Wright’s style is accessible.”The Post and Courier

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Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

Kindle Book

  • Release date: January 21, 2009

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  • ISBN: 9780307549167
  • Release date: January 21, 2009

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  • ISBN: 9780307549167
  • File size: 2088 KB
  • Release date: January 21, 2009

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English

Packed with personal anecdotes and details you won’t find anywhere else, this is the secret history of World War II.

“A fast-moving overview stuffed with interesting factoids and historical tidbits . . . Casual readers will find themselves carried along, and hardened military buffs will learn much that is new.”Library Journal

“It’s almost guaranteed to make you so interested in the subject you’ll want to learn . . . By including hundreds of interesting anecdotes and facts, [Mike] Wright not only piques our interest repeatedly, he also gives areal feel for the war era.”—Manchester Journal Inquirer

“An excellent overview . . . [with] interesting chapters on spies, POWs, censorships, and the building of the atomic bomb . . . Wright’s style is accessible.”The Post and Courier

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