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Campaigns of World War II Day by Day by Chris; McNab, Chris Bishop (2009-08-02)

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  • By Guest on January 14, 2013

    My son-in-law saw the book over the Thanksgiving holiday and really liked it. I found it on Amazon and realized it would be a good Christmas present for him. He can't put it down.

  • By John E. Nevola on January 1, 2011

    This 9 x 12 book will be well received by students of the Second World War. It is organized into nearly 60 campaigns, which are adequately described and then followed by some additional chronological events.In addition, there are huge numbers of diagrams of period armament, particularly combat planes and tanks. The numerous photos add to the realism and World War II buffs will recognize some of the more widely published pictures in the public domain. An adequate number of decent maps round out the visual aspect of this book.The appendices contain facts and figures of the manpower raised and casualties of all belligerent nations as well as tank production and naval and aircraft construction and losses. A full index completes this interesting and highly readable reference work. This particular book was instrumental in the research for my historical novel.It is definitely a worthwhile addition to any collection of World War II books.John E. NevolaAuthor of The Last Jump - A Novel of World War II

  • By Smitty on October 14, 2008

    If your new to WWII, First read WWII for Dummies, then read this book.The best thing about it is that it runs in Chronological order. (WWII for Dummies does not, but provides a great overview) Each campaign is explained in good detail but only on 2 pages,which is great. Then the same campaign is followed by 2 more pages of the events chronologically.Good pics & some maps helps you along the way.

  • By CJ on September 29, 2008

    The book took longer to arrive then was quoted on the site. Once the book finally arrived, there were approx. 30 pages missing while other pages were a duplicate. In addition, some of the pages were bound out of order. Therefore I was not please at all with my order. Unfortunately it was a gift, so the receipient had to deal with getting a replacement sent to them. Not a good experience and it caused embarrassement.

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