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Based on extensive research, this text provides a critical investigation of the development of the Women's Co-operative Guild from the 1880s to World War II. Charting the rise and fall of an ...
The eight uneasy, dangerous months from May to December 1940, as Britain stands isolated and Germany follows its war path.
The Origins of the Second World War analyses the reasons for the outbreak of the Second World War, one of the most controversial historical topics.
By mobilizing a million housewives, the upper- and middle-class leaders of Women's Voluntary Service made a vital contribution to Britain's war effort. At the same time they sought to sustain ...
In this volume, Peter Simkins re-examines the early years of the war's Western Front, shedding interesting new light on the nature, course, and effects of the fighting in France and Belgium from 1914 ...
World War II: The Mediterranean, 1940-1945
While many of the participants were the same as the First World War, this conflict was far more than a re-match of 1914-1918. The Second World War was even more destructive than the first and the ...
This book unravels the complicated and tragic events of the war's Eastern Front. In particular, this book details the history of conflict between Germany and Russia.
Peter Simkins describes the last great battles of attrition at Arras, on the Aisne, and at Passchendaele in 1917, and moves on to relate the successive offenses launched by Germany during the spring ...
This work presents history with twice the nasty bits! Want to know: How sniffing your own pee could save your life in the First World War? Why wearing white knickers could get you killed in the ...