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Pen and Sword Books have an impressive and comprehensive range of World War Two books. Far from waning, interest in the global land, sea and air conflict grows with every successive generation. Our list has something for everyone, whether it be from memoirs, biographies, pictorial histories, studies of campaigns and a superb selection of guidebooks, covering many of the Battlefields of the Second World War.

Arnhem Battle of Britain Battle of the Bulge Battlefield Guides WW2 Berlin 1945 Churchill D-Day & Normandy Espionage & the SOE German Forces & Weaponry Hitler & the Third Reich Italian Front in WWII Japan & the Pacific Front Luftwaffe Naval Warfare WWII North Africa in WWII Norway in WWII Prisoners Of War Russia & the Eastern Front Stalingrad The Atlantic The Blitz WWII Photographic


The research that has gone into this book is excellent, and a wonderful addition to the growing history of the Eastern Front that is oft forgotten in the West.

Waterstones

This book is a photographic history of the Nazi party's building works in Munich and in the Berchtesdagen and Obersalzberg, mainly using contemporary German postcards as its source. These postcards are fascinating, and give a good idea of the sort of propaganda that the German people were exposed to. They are generally well reproduced, and the author is clearly very knowledgeable about his topic.

History of War

Fantastic! A brilliant research job and a bloody good read!

Chris Ransted, author of ‘Disarming Hitler’s V Weapons’

It is a remarkably insightful book that unconsciously challenges many of the commonly regurgitated historical narratives by use of meticulous research and solid interpretation... A significant addition to our understanding of the Great War at sea.

Australian Naval Institute

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The Times