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Second World War in Color
Stewart Binns & Adrian Wood (a.); Ludovic Kennedy (foreword). World War II has appeared only in black& white in countless books, films, & grainy newsreels, even though much of it was shot in color by both military units & amateur filmmakers. This volume contains more than 200 compelling color images, from the grueling conditions of the front lines, to aerial dogfights & blazing cities, to the devastation of Hiroshima following the dropping of the atomic bomb. This is the first time these largely unseen stills have been compiled into a remarkable record. In addition to the drama of the color images, there are harrowing testaments & recollections by hundreds of individuals of different nationalities who tell what it was like to fight, mourn, suffer, & finally celebrate during those long six years when the world was at total war.
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