THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD WAR II : A POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND MILITARY HISTORY. 5 VOLUMES.

Tucker, Spencer C. (Ed.).


£250.00




5 Vols. ABC ' Clio, Santa Barbara, 1st eds., 2005. Vol. 1 : A-C. Lxii + 411 pp. VOL. 2 : D-K. Xlvi + pp., 413 ' 855. Vol. 3 : L-R. Xlvi + pp., 857 ' 1317. Vol. 4 : S-Z. Xlvi + pp., 1319 ' 1753. Vol. 5 : Documents. Xvi + pp., 1755 ' 2251. All Vols. : Numerous photo-ills., maps + plans (except Vol. 5 on Documents). Photo-boards ; 28 x 22cm. Vol. 5 has a small stain to edge of e.p.'s & on the margins of a few pages either end of the book o/w all other volumes are FINE. With contributions from over 270 international scholars, this monumental 5-volume encyclopedia is the first major reference to offer a truly global perspective on World War II. In four alphabetically organised volumes, with over 1,500 entries, the work covers : Studies of every important battle together with details of weapons systems ; every involved nation and significant geographic location ; and biographies of every political, military and civilian leader around the world who played a significant role in the war's onset, course and aftermath. It also analyses wartime conferences, crucial battlefield and diplomatic turning points as well as lingering historical controversies. Furthermore, it gives in-depth coverage of the causes of the war and its effects on life on the home fronts, including morale and attitudes, political events, and the economies and work forces inside the nations in conflict. Finally, the fifth volume compiles significant documents relating to the period. An outstanding political, social and military study of World War II. 5 Volumes.


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