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World War 2
The Conquerors: Roosevelt, Truman and the Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1941-1945
Michael Beschloss $18.87 *

Drawing on thousands of previously unreleased documents, secret audio recordings, private diaries, and other information recently made available, Beschloss details the complex diplomacy between the Allied leaders, including their differences over whether to demand Germany's unconditional surrender; how, if at all, to divide Germany after the war; and how to effectively punish Germany without creating the kind of resentment that led to the rise of Hitler.

Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy - An Illustrated History
Dan van der Vat $39.95 *

A superbly presented book - a well-written description enhanced with numerous eyewitness accounts of the attack. Richly illustrated with photographs, maps and eye-popping original artwork.

Day of Infamy
Walter Lord $11.20 *

The 60th-anniversary edition of the classic description of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. A superbly well told hour-by-hour account of the attack. Filled with eyewitness accounts. "There have been many books on Pearl Harbor ... but none of them have ever equaled Lord's in telling the story of Pearl Harbor." - Stephen Ambrose.

Fighter Boys: The Battle of Britain, 1940
Patrick Bishop$18.87 *
The summer of 1940 was supposed to be the beginning of the end of Britain. Europe had fallen to Hitler's storm troops with terrifying speed, and once the Royal Air Force was destroyed, Britain was next. But that was precisely where the Nazis stumbled. For 123 days, while Herman Goering sent wave after wave of Luftwaffe fighters to rain down fire on Britain, three thousand young RAF airmen fought back with a ferocity and agility that stunned the world. Now in this riveting book, military historian and journalist Patrick Bishop presents the first account of this critical campaign told from the perspective of the pilots themselves.

Allies: Pearl Harbor to D-Day
John S. D. Eisenhower$14.00 *
Dwight D. Eisenhower once remarked that "the history of alliances is a history of failure." This provocative, absorbing work, based on a study by the General and written by his son, is a history of one of the great exceptions, the most successful military alliance the world has ever seen--the Anglo-American military alliance of World War II. At once a study of the prodigious undertaking that brought millions of men and women together to defeat the Axis and a portrait of the great personalities who built and sustained the alliance, Allies offers vivid glimpses of war at the working level: on a convoy crossing the Atlantic, with a secret landing party on the coast of northern Africa, and with armored units in Tunisia. Eisenhower has crafted a powerful narrative and a most valuable contribution to the literature of World War II.

Midway: The Battle that Doomed Japan
by Mitsuo Fuchida & Masatake Okumiya$13.97 *
This landmark study was first published in English by the Naval Institute in 1955 and was added to the Classics of Naval Literature series in 1992. Widely acknowledged for its valuable Japanese insights into the battle that turned that tide of war in the Pacific, the book has made a great impact on American readers over the years. Two Japanese naval aviators who participated in the operation provide an unsparing analysis of what caused Japan's staggering defeat.

D-Day : June 6, 1944
by Stephen E. Ambrose$21.00*
Stephen E. Ambrose draws from more than 1,400 interviews with American, British, Canadian, French, and German veterans to create the preeminent chronicle of the most important day in the twentieth century. Ambrose reveals how the original plans for the invasion were abandoned, and how ordinary soldiers and officers acted on their own initiative

The Second World War
by John Keegan $14.67 *
The best one-volume treatment available, The Second World War by John Keegan is an outstanding synthesis of an enormous amount of material on "the largest single event in human history."Keegan, author of the landmark book The Face of Battle, is without doubt one of our greatest military historians, and here his analytical powers and skilled writing are on full display.

Battle of Britain Illustrated
Paul Patrick Jacobs, Robert Lightsey, Richard P. Hallion$20.97 *
Illustrated with art, technical drawings, maps and period photographs of one of history's most famous battles, this volume provides a retelling of the Battle of Britain. The authors link four major perspectives: historical, tactical, technical and artistic.

9 Lives, An Oral History
by Aaron Elson $13.95 *
The stories of nine people who lived through the World War II era. These include a Red Cross girl, a rifle company captain, an infantry private, a quartermaster who survived the torpedoing of a ship during Exercise Tiger, a veteran's widow, A D-Day veteran of Omaha Beach, and two survivors of the disastrous Kassel mission bombing raid of Sept. 27, 1944, on which 25 B-24 Liberators were shot down within six minutes in one of World War II's most spectacular air battles.

Laughter Wasn't Rationed : A Personal Journey Through Germany's World Wars and Postwar Years
by Dorothea von Schwanenfluegel Lawson $24.95 *
Dorothea von Schwanenfluegel Lawson, was born in Germany during World War One. Through her eyes we experience her relatively carefree days as a child, the rise of Hitler, World War II, the post-war years and the Berlin Wall. A vivid and intimate description of life in turbulent times sprinkled with wit and humor.

Miracle at Midway
by Gordon William Prange, et al $14.00 *
Here is the definitive history of the battle of Midway, an American victory that marked the turning point of the war in the Pacific during World War II. Told with the same stylistic flair and attention to detail as the bestselling At Dawn We Slept, Miracle at Midway brings together eyewitness accounts from the men who commanded and fought on both sides. The sweeping narrative takes readers into the thick of the action and shows exactly how American strategies and decisions led to the triumphant victory that paved the way for the defeat of Japan.

Ibis Communications, Inc.
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