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World War 2: Europe and Mediterranean (West Point Military History Series) - Greiss, Thomas E.
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1995, ISBN: 0895292424

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[EAN: 9780895292421], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Avery], 0895292424 Loose wraps; some marking on textblock. From the Publisher Here is one of a sixteen-volume series-composed of ten texts and six atlases-developed and written by the faculty of the United States Military Academy at West Point. This unprecedented series weaves the complexities of individual historical conflicts into a broader perspective, chronicling the turbulent periods of civilization. Utilizing their expertise as scholars and soldiers, the authors shed light on the crucial events and factors that shaped the execution of the world's great military campaigns. Photographs, illustrations, and maps of the campaigns-thoroughly researched for historical accuracy-are either included in the books or available as companion volumes. Each volume focuses on a specific era of warfare, bringing you into the thick of battle with a clear and accurate picture of men at war. With the invasion of Poland by the German Army in the autumn of 1939, the world was plunged into war on a scale never before witnessed in human history. The European theater of operations would stretch from the icy waters of the Atlantic to the rough terrain of Russia's Ural Mountains. Military strategies and tactics on both sides would adjust to meet the quickly shifting demands of battle-in the air, on land, and at sea. The Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean was designed to analyze and explain this conflict as it applies to military history and science. From the development of innovative technologies to the impact of skilled and charismatic leaders to the use of pragmatic new military theories, this work puts politics, social influences, and events into proper perspective. And unlike many other works, this volume highlights the battles and individuals that were instrumental in changing the face of warfare. About the Author: General Thomas E. Griess (USA Ret.) began his military career in 1943, serving in the Pacific during World War II, and saw further action in the Korean War. He received his master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois, and his PhD in history from Duke University. General Griess joined the faculty of the U.S.M.A. at West Point in 1956, and from 1969 to his retirement in 1981, served as the first head of the Department of History. Synopsis Here is one of a sixteen-volume series-composed of ten texts and six atlases-developed and written by the faculty of the United States Military Academy at West Point. This unprecedented series weaves the complexities of individual historical conflicts into a broader perspective, chronicling the turbulent periods of civilization. Utilizing their expertise as scholars and soldiers, the authors shed light on the crucial events and factors that shaped the execution of the world's great military campaigns. Photographs, illustrations, and maps of the campaigns-thoroughly researched for historical accuracy-are either included in the books or available as companion volumes. Each volume focuses on a specific era of warfare, bringing you into the thick of battle with a clear and accurate picture of men at war. With the invasion of Poland by the German Army in the autumn of 1939, the world was plunged into war on a scale never before witnessed in human history. The European theater of operations would stretch from the icy waters of the Atlantic to the rough terrain of Russia's Ural Mountains. Military strategies and tactics on both sides would adjust to meet the quickly shifting demands of battle-in the air, on land, and at sea. The Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean was designed to analyze and explain this conflict as it applies to military history and science. From the development of innovative technologies to the impact of skilled and charismatic leaders to the use of pragmatic new military theories, this work puts politics, social influences, and events into proper perspective. And unlike many other works, this volume highlights the battles and individuals that were

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1995, ISBN: 0895292424

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[EAN: 9780895292421], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Avery], 0895292424 Loose wraps; some marking on textblock. From the Publisher Here is one of a sixteen-volume series-composed of ten texts and six atlases-developed and written by the faculty of the United States Military Academy at West Point. This unprecedented series weaves the complexities of individual historical conflicts into a broader perspective, chronicling the turbulent periods of civilization. Utilizing their expertise as scholars and soldiers, the authors shed light on the crucial events and factors that shaped the execution of the world's great military campaigns. Photographs, illustrations, and maps of the campaigns-thoroughly researched for historical accuracy-are either included in the books or available as companion volumes. Each volume focuses on a specific era of warfare, bringing you into the thick of battle with a clear and accurate picture of men at war. With the invasion of Poland by the German Army in the autumn of 1939, the world was plunged into war on a scale never before witnessed in human history. The European theater of operations would stretch from the icy waters of the Atlantic to the rough terrain of Russia's Ural Mountains. Military strategies and tactics on both sides would adjust to meet the quickly shifting demands of battle-in the air, on land, and at sea. The Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean was designed to analyze and explain this conflict as it applies to military history and science. From the development of innovative technologies to the impact of skilled and charismatic leaders to the use of pragmatic new military theories, this work puts politics, social influences, and events into proper perspective. And unlike many other works, this volume highlights the battles and individuals that were instrumental in changing the face of warfare. About the Author: General Thomas E. Griess (USA Ret.) began his military career in 1943, serving in the Pacific during World War II, and saw further action in the Korean War. He received his master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois, and his PhD in history from Duke University. General Griess joined the faculty of the U.S.M.A. at West Point in 1956, and from 1969 to his retirement in 1981, served as the first head of the Department of History. Synopsis Here is one of a sixteen-volume series-composed of ten texts and six atlases-developed and written by the faculty of the United States Military Academy at West Point. This unprecedented series weaves the complexities of individual historical conflicts into a broader perspective, chronicling the turbulent periods of civilization. Utilizing their expertise as scholars and soldiers, the authors shed light on the crucial events and factors that shaped the execution of the world's great military campaigns. Photographs, illustrations, and maps of the campaigns-thoroughly researched for historical accuracy-are either included in the books or available as companion volumes. Each volume focuses on a specific era of warfare, bringing you into the thick of battle with a clear and accurate picture of men at war. With the invasion of Poland by the German Army in the autumn of 1939, the world was plunged into war on a scale never before witnessed in human history. The European theater of operations would stretch from the icy waters of the Atlantic to the rough terrain of Russia's Ural Mountains. Military strategies and tactics on both sides would adjust to meet the quickly shifting demands of battle-in the air, on land, and at sea. The Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean was designed to analyze and explain this conflict as it applies to military history and science. From the development of innovative technologies to the impact of skilled and charismatic leaders to the use of pragmatic new military theories, this work puts politics, social influences, and events into proper perspective. And unlike many other works, this volume highlights the battles and individuals that were

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The Second World War. Europe and Mediterranean. [Two Volumes, Text and  Maps] - Griess, Thomas E. (Series editor) and, Abrams, Joanne (In-Housse editor)
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The Second World War. Europe and Mediterranean. [Two Volumes, Text and Maps] - Paperback

1984, ISBN: 9780895292421

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Wayne, NJ: Avery Publishing Group Inc.. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1984. Paperback. 0895292424 . Two volumes (text and maps) , well illustrated, pictorial wrappers, very good. Contributors include Thomas B. Buell, Clifton R. Franks, John A. Hixson, David R. Mets, Bruce R. Pirnie, James F. Ransone, Jr. and Thomas R. Stone. ; 10.90 X 8.20 X 1.20 inches; 420 pages ., Avery Publishing Group Inc., 1984

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780895292421
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0895292424
Paperback
Publishing year: 1995
Publisher: Avery Publishing Group Inc.

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