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The Historical Atlas of World War II : 170 Maps That Chart the Most Cataclysmic Event in Human History
by Alexander Swanston and Malcolm Swanston




Overview -
Historical Atlas of World War II examines all the key events of the six-year conflict, with thoroughly researched text accompanied by 170 highly detailed maps. Incredible multimedia profiles of World War II's most significant battles make Historical Atlas of World War II the next best thing to a time machine.

With realistic maps, detailed accounts, and vibrant illustrations, the book transports the reader to famous World War II battles. Using state-of-the-art technology, special microchips translated the contours of two-dimensional maps of battlefields into realistic renderings of actual landscapes. Illustrators then overlaid these maps with all of the information at their fingertips--troop movement, weapon deployment, terrain conditions, and weather. The book brings to bear all the other available details of each battle, including battle plans, troop formations, strikes and counter strikes, and troop strength. From this bird's-eye vantage point, the reader is able to piece together the big picture of the six-year war and analyze the tactics and strategies at play. Historical Atlas of World War II also includes profiles of the commanders, outlining their abilities and backgrounds.

Coupled with hundreds of colorful illustrations, the book's detailed maps and wealth of information put the reader in the shoes of a soldier at the D-Day assault on Omaha beach, the Battle of the Bulge, and the US dive-bomber attack on Japanese aircraft carriers. Prepare to see one of the most significant wars of the twentieth century as you've never seen it before.

Take a journey through history with the Historical Atlas Series. Perfect for any history buff, these beautifully illustrated collections explore the vast histories of different civilizations and historical events. Packed to the brim with incredible maps and charts based on the latest research, anyone can find themselves an expert on the topics covered.
Other titles in this series include: Historical atlas of Judaism, Historical Atlas of Knights and Castles, Historical Atlas of Native Americans, Historical Atlas of North American Railroads, Historical Atlas of The Bible, Historical Atlas of The Celtic World, Historical Atlas of the Civil War, Historical Atlas of World War II, Historical Atlas of Prehistoric Life, Historical Atlas of Religion, Historical Atlas of The Civil War, Historical Atlas of the World at War, and Historical Atlas of Weaponry.

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Overview

Historical Atlas of World War II examines all the key events of the six-year conflict, with thoroughly researched text accompanied by 170 highly detailed maps. Incredible multimedia profiles of World War II's most significant battles make Historical Atlas of World War II the next best thing to a time machine.

With realistic maps, detailed accounts, and vibrant illustrations, the book transports the reader to famous World War II battles. Using state-of-the-art technology, special microchips translated the contours of two-dimensional maps of battlefields into realistic renderings of actual landscapes. Illustrators then overlaid these maps with all of the information at their fingertips--troop movement, weapon deployment, terrain conditions, and weather. The book brings to bear all the other available details of each battle, including battle plans, troop formations, strikes and counter strikes, and troop strength. From this bird's-eye vantage point, the reader is able to piece together the big picture of the six-year war and analyze the tactics and strategies at play. Historical Atlas of World War II also includes profiles of the commanders, outlining their abilities and backgrounds.

Coupled with hundreds of colorful illustrations, the book's detailed maps and wealth of information put the reader in the shoes of a soldier at the D-Day assault on Omaha beach, the Battle of the Bulge, and the US dive-bomber attack on Japanese aircraft carriers. Prepare to see one of the most significant wars of the twentieth century as you've never seen it before.

Take a journey through history with the Historical Atlas Series. Perfect for any history buff, these beautifully illustrated collections explore the vast histories of different civilizations and historical events. Packed to the brim with incredible maps and charts based on the latest research, anyone can find themselves an expert on the topics covered.
Other titles in this series include: Historical atlas of Judaism, Historical Atlas of Knights and Castles, Historical Atlas of Native Americans, Historical Atlas of North American Railroads, Historical Atlas of The Bible, Historical Atlas of The Celtic World, Historical Atlas of the Civil War, Historical Atlas of World War II, Historical Atlas of Prehistoric Life, Historical Atlas of Religion, Historical Atlas of The Civil War, Historical Atlas of the World at War, and Historical Atlas of Weaponry.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780785836490
  • ISBN-10: 0785836497
  • Publisher: Chartwell Books
  • Publish Date: March 2020
  • Page Count: 400
  • Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.2 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.25 pounds

Series: Historical Atlas

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