Britain at War 1939-1945

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Jarrold Publishing, 2005 - History - 96 pages
This is a salute to those who fought in the forces and on many fronts, recalling days of hardship and loss, but also the forging of life-long friendships and community spirit for which World War II will always be remembered. Look out for more Pitkin Guides on the very best of British history, heritage and travel, specially more titles in this series. More titles in the History of Britain Series Ancient Britain - ClickHere Invaders in Britian- Click Here Elizabethan England - Click Here Kings & Queens - Click Here Maritime Britain - Click Here Medieval England - Click Here Romans in Britain - Click Here Tudor England - Click Here Victorian Britain - Click Here
 

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Contents

THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
5
PEOPLE AT WAR
33
WAR ON ALL FRONTS
49
TURNING THE TIDE
67
VICTORY HARD WON
79
INDEX
95
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About the author (2005)

Brian Williams has wide experience in international publishing as writer, editor and consultant. He is a long-term Pitkin heritage author, with titles including several in the History of Britain series, military and politics.

He has also authored several historical titles with Brenda Williams, such as Saxons & Vikings, Life in a Roman Villa and Britain in the Blitz.

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