WWII


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


I recommend the book to anyone wanting to know more and in detail of the operations following Operation Torch and the ultimate defeat of the Axis forces. I also recommend it to wargamers of that region, since it lists all units and provides excellent accounts of the various stages and battles.

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Japan's most famous fighter has been the subject of many books, so this new one has to offer a good account, which it does admirably. An interesting a well-researched look at the A6M Zero series.

Aeroplane Monthly

Haar presents a balanced and well researched picture of the opening months of the naval conflict during World War Two. He presents convincing arguments without bias. A vast collection of photographs and other archival material help complete the image Haar creates. Information in the appendices is thoroughly researched and supports Haar's arguments. Although a great deal of detail is presented, Haar does not lose sight of the larger argument and constantly references back to his key arguments.

Nautical Research Journal

Examines the development of the deadly little craft, the training of their crews and the gradual evolution of tactics in the light of wartime experience.

East Kent Mercury

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