World War II by Simon Adams; Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff
Call Number: 940.53 ADA
World War II - From the pre-war rise of Nazi Germany to the start of the war with the invasion of Poland in 1939 to Japan singing the surrender agreement in 1945.
WW II - Causes and Consequences
World War II by Stewart Ross
Call Number: 940.53 ROS
This volume probes the beginning of World War II, identifies contributing factors, and examines global impact. Eyewitness accounts and quotes from speeches and documents deliver first hand information.
Historical Atlas of WW II
Concise Historical Atlas of World War Two by Ronald Story
Call Number: 940.54 STO
The Concise Historical Atlas of World War Two: The Geography of Conflict consists of 50 full-color maps that convey not only the key military battles and campaigns but also the cultural and political geography of the war. Each map covers a significant phase of World War Two and is accompanied by an adjacent page of explanatory text that clarifies the shifting frontiers and populations of the region represented. These descriptions explain features of the conflict in question, describe changes in circumstances and the movements of battles, contextualize the events, and suggest longer-term consequences of campaigns.
A collection of rare international newspapers bring the historic events of WWII to life as they were reported, Beginning in 1919 with a report of the Treaty of Versailles, to trace the rise of the Nazis, the bombing of Pearl Harbor as reported in a Honolulu paper, the raising of our flag at Iwo Jima, the London bombings, surrender of the Axis powers, and the final victories by the Allied forces. Publications of American and Nazi SS troops, the U.K., Japanese propaganda papers, French resistance and Italian papers round out the selections for a global perspective on this conflict.
World War II - Primary Source documents from the Internet History Sourcebook compiled by Fordham University