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All such World War II photographs demand further explanation. Simple but at the same time very effective, each book in the series combines the broad sweep of military events with unique human interest stories
All such World War II photographs demand further explanation. Each book in the series The Stories Behind the Photos takes sixty stunning black-and-white photographs and tells their stories in two-page spreads. Accompanying each photo is a reduced version containing call-out numbers keyed to the caption s text. Simple but at the same time very effective, each book in the series combines the broad sweep of military events with unique human interest stories. The Stories Behind the Photos series will appeal to military buffs and casual readers alike.
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Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. By the end of World War II six years later this force had expanded to 8,291,336 men in 92 divisions: 69 infantry, 5 airborne, 16 armored, 1 cavalry, and 1 mountain infantry. These divisions fought in North Africa, Europe, and the Pacific against Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan to defeat tyranny and liberate millions of enslaved people across the globe.
A Marine Corps howitzer crew opens fire on a cave full of Japanese . Army in World War II: The Stories Behind the Photos. This book contains 60 black and white photographs of the Marine Corps in WWII.
A Marine Corps howitzer crew opens fire on a cave full of Japanese soldiers on Tinian. Weary Marines get a brief rest amid the utter devastation of Tarawa. A few of the photographs are famous, such as the Rosenthal photograph of the flag raising on Iwo Jima, but most are not that well known.
With over 30 countries involved in World War II and the loss of over 50 million lives .
With over 30 countries involved in World War II and the loss of over 50 million lives, war photography captured the destruction and victories of the deadliest war in history. Lead by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, over one million German troops invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. Just two days later, Britain and France declared war on Germany-and the world was once again at war. Photographers were there every step of the way to capture the heroic triumphs and devastating losses. Marine photographer Louis Lowery captured the original shot but several hours later, more Marines headed to the crest with a larger flag. It was on this second attempt, that the iconic image was snapped.
The Stories Behind the Photos. Published July 31, 2007 by Potomac Books In.Campaigns, History, Photography, Pictorial works, United States, United States. Marine Corps, War photography, World War, 1939-1945.
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A narrative anthology of eye witness stories of the United States Marine Corps from the Wa.
Marine Corps; Hough, Frank O. (Frank Olney), 1899-1958; Ludwig, Verle E. Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal; Shaw, Henry I. Isolation of Rabaul; Kane, Douglas T. Isolation of Rabaul; Shaw, Henry I. Central Pacific drive; Nalty, Bernard C. Central Pacific drive; Turnbladh, Edwin T. Central Pacific drive; Garand, George W. Western Pacific operations; Strobridge, Truman.
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