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The illustrated timeline of World War II

Author: Anthony A Evans; David Gibbons
Publisher: New York, NY : Rosen Pub., 2012.
Series: History timelines.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Chronicles the key places, people, and events of World War II, from the events leading to the war and the 1939 German invasion of Poland to the battle in the Pacific and the controversial end to the war.
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Genre/Form: Chronologies
Pictorial works
Chronology
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony A Evans; David Gibbons
ISBN: 9781448847952 1448847958
OCLC Number: 706677503
Description: 264 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Polish armed forces --
Polish campaign --
French armed forces --
Finnish armed forces --
Netherlands and Belgian armed forces --
Norway and Denmark campaign --
Blitzkrieg in the west --
Blitzkrieg --
German tanks --
Anti-tank weapons --
Britain's admirals --
Luftwaffe aircraft --
The Battle of Britain --
RAF aircraft --
Fighter aces --
Britain's Home Guard --
The "Blitz" --
Winston Churchill --
The Italian Army --
North Africa --
The Italian Air Force --
Hitler's allies --
The Balkans --
The Balkans campaign --
Sinking the Bismarck --
Operation "Barbarossa" --
The German Army --
Adolf Hitler --
Erwin Rommel --
The Italian Navy --
Franklin D. Roosevelt --
Japan : its leaders and strategy --
Pearl Harbor --
Malaya and Singapore --
The Japanese carrier strike force --
Japanese admirals --
North Africa --
Electronic warfare --
German warships --
The Japanese Army --
Japanese warplanes --
Royal Navy ships --
The Japanese Navy --
Small arms --
Battle of Midway --
Battle of Gazala --
Bernard Montgomery --
Battle of El Alamein --
Eastern Front : German summer offensive of 1942 --
The Battle of Stalingrad --
German leaders --
German generals --
Papua and the Solomons --
Artillery --
The Arctic convoys --
U-boats and German admirals --
Guadalcanal --
US Marine Corps --
North Africa : the "Torch" Landings --
British Army --
Guadalcanal --
The allied combined bomber offensive --
Atlantic convoy war --
US Navy --
Joseph Stalin --
Atrocities --
Bombing --
Eastern Front : from Kursk to Berlin --
British Empire and Dominion forces --
Jungle warfare --
Resistance movements --
Sicily and Italy : to the Gustav Line --
The Soviet Army --
New Guinea --
The Holocaust --
Italian leaders --
British and Dominion generals --
US Army --
Burma : Imphal/Kohima and the Allied counterattack --
US admirals --
Civilians at war --
Burma : the Allied victory --
Soviet tanks --
The Pacific : "island hopping" --
Commanders of the Allied bombing offensive --
Medium bombers/night-fighters --
US carrier forces --
Amphibious warfare --
The Normandy landings --
US generals --
Normandy to the Rhine --
Operation "Market Garden" : the Arnhem Battle --
Airborne forces --
Italian campaign : from the Gustav Line to surrender --
US tanks --
The SS --
Kamikaze --
Leyte and the Philippines --
Dwight D. Eisenhower --
The Battle of the Bulge --
Chinese armed forces --
US Navy submarines --
Weapons of a new age : V-weapons and the atomic bomb --
US aircraft --
Soviet aircraft --
Iwo Jima --
Japanese generals --
From the Rhine to the Elbe --
Okinawa --
The Holocaust --
British tanks --
Refugees --
Casualties --
Manchuria and the fall of Japan --
Douglas MacArthur --
War crimes and trials.
Series Title: History timelines.
Responsibility: A.A. Evans and David Gibbons.

Abstract:

Chronicles the key places, people, and events of World War II, from the events leading to the war and the 1939 German invasion of Poland to the battle in the Pacific and the controversial end to the war.

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