World War 2

  • by Captivating History
  • Narrated by Duke Holm
  • 2 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Second World War was one of the most traumatic events in human history. Across the world, existing conflicts became connected, entangling nations in a vast web of violence. It was fought on land, sea, and air, touching every inhabited continent. Over 55 million people died, some of them combatants, some civilians caught up in the violence, and some murdered by their own governments. It was the war that unleashed the Holocaust and the atomic bomb upon the world. But it was also a war that featured acts of courage and self-sacrifice on every side.

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Very exciting and a lot of great entrance

Very exciting and a lot of great entrance into the individual struggles that people had such an awesome time in world history. The writer doesn't remove any knocks and does his best to give the clear and insightful examination of the motives of some steps from the Allied to Axis warlords as well as the inferior people who had to buy with the choices made by their management for better or worse.
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- Aher

Great connections of unique countries participatio

Great connections of unique countries participation, difficulty and needs are noted as well as underlying disputes that appear during the war and quickly after. A valid example is the way of Indian troops and civilians and the loss of over a million due to deprivation. A very interesting read wonderfully if you have read many other writers on WWII.
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- Mira

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-29-2017
  • Publisher: Captivating History