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WWII : The People's Story by Nigel Fountain
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WWII : The People's Story (edition 2003)

by Nigel Fountain

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Title:WWII : The People's Story
Authors:Nigel Fountain
Info:Pleasantville, N.Y. : Reader's Digest, c2003.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0762103760, Hardcover)

A tribute to the ordinary men, women, and children who recall their experiences during World War II. Complete with a 70-minute audio CD that dramatically relates their stories. With a foreword by CBS correspondent Mike Wallace, this first-hand chronological history compiled from historical archives, includes 450 contemporary and rarely seen photos and illustrations to describe a world consumed by war.

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This tribute to everyday people who witnessed the Second World War firsthand is a collection of personal accounts by soldiers and civilians.

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