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World War 2 In Review: A Primer
|World War 2 In Review
- Ray Merriam, Editor
- Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series
- First eBook Edition 2017
- 125 B&W/color photos and illustrations
The first in the extensive World War 2 In Review series which will feature hundreds of titles on a wide range of topics covering every aspect of World War II. This title provides an introduction to the war, including events that led up to the war, a chronology of the war and more.
- ISBN 9781365797620
- World War II: A Primer
- Timeline of Events Preceding World War II
- Events Preceding World War II in Asia
- Events Preceding World War II in Europe
- Chronology of World War II
- Diplomatic History of World War II
- Germany Between Two Wars
- The Peace Which Could Not Last: Why 1939 Had to Follow 1919
- U.S. Army Organization, 1941
- U.S. Government Policy Toward Civilian Women During World War II
- Allied Interoperability Between the Wars
- The First to Be Freed: British Military Administration in Eritrea and Somalia, 1941-1943
This first issue is FREE. This is being done to allow everyone to experience this series, and to determine how the publication will display on their device.It is highly recommended that this series be viewed on a computer or other device that has a large screen, as the images are displayed large and they may run off the right side of many eReaders.
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This publication was designed to allow for larger images than most eReaders will accommodate. When the publication was created, the images were inserted in a fixed size (6.2 inches wide and up to 8 inches high), and cannot be resized in the viewer program. The text, of course, can be enlarged and reduced as desired.
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