World War Two: Cause and Effect
by Bill Brady
World War Two, Cause and Effect takes a fascinating and highly informative look at some of the most glorious and less glorious episodes of what many consider to be the most terrible war in the history of mankind; resulting in the death of over fifty million people.
It proves, beyond all doubt, the belief that security can be obtained by throwing a small state to the wolves is a fatal delusion. World War Two, Cause and Effect offers a wealth of absorbing narrative and anecdote that is always thought-provoking.
The author most certainly has a profound knowledge of the history of World War Two. His research has been prodigious; nonetheless he has taken pains to present the information in a manner to ensure that literally every member of the reading public would derive great pleasure in reading this compendium of information.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 15 May, 2013.