Teach Yourself the Second World War (TY History)

Teach Yourself the Second World War (TY History)

by Alan Farmer (Author)

Synopsis

The Teach Yourself History series offers an alternative to academic historical books, its content being extensive yet extremely accessible and the approach refreshingly different. The books are informative and compelling, and engage the reader from beginning to end. They assume no prior historical knowledge, and are full of anecdotes and details that provide a very personal appeal. Teach Yourself The Second World War is an accessible introduction to one of the most important, tragic and costly events in history. Some 55 million people died in the conflict, which devastated much of Europe and Asia and had huge consequences for the second half of the 20th century. This book will help you to understand how one of the most important events in history developed, charting the main military campaigns, and examining the path to Allied victory and its impact on the countries involved. Learn about the main characters involved in the Second World War, the actions and decisions that were taken, the resulting consequences and the reasons behind the final outcome.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 256
Publisher: Teach Yourself
Published: 30 Jul 2004

ISBN 10: 0340884932
ISBN 13: 9780340884935

Media Reviews
the perfect way to get to grips with the great historical events. -- The History Channel 20040701
Author Bio
Alan Farmer is Head of the History-Geography Division at St Martin's College, Lancaster. He has been teaching history for almost 20 years, at both secondary school and degree level, and specialises in Modern European & British History and US history. He is also an external examiner for universities, and has written many books on modern American, European and British history.