Time Life World War Ii 1945

Author: TIME-LIFE Books
Publisher: Liberty Street
ISBN: 1618933124
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The first atomic bomb was dropped. These are just some of the events in the closing months of World War II, a dramatic period that both marked the end of the bloodiest conflict in history and laid the groundwork for the coming Cold War.

The Final Victories

Author: Marshall Cavendish Corporation
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
ISBN: 9780761449508
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World War II explores the elements of the war in broadly chronological order, not just on the battlefields but also on home fronts around the world.

Mr Truman S War

Author: J. Robert Moskin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780700611843
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Describes the end of World War II, the dropping of the first atomic bomb, the birth of the United Nations, the end of world colonialism, and the origins of the Cold War.

Never Call Retreat

Author: Newt Gingrich
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429904690
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" ---Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Gingrich and Forschten portray icons like Grant and Lee as very real humans, beset with very real problems demanding decisions. . . . This second volume is every bit as good as the first.

The Australian Victories In France In 1918

Author: Sir John Monash
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465611002
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In such a methodical way the advance continues until the final objective is
reached. This event can be recognized by the Infantry in any of three ways, firstly
by reference to the clock time; for the arrival of the barrage at any line on the map
or ground occurs in pursuance of a definite timetable; secondly by the
topographical features, and thirdly by the expedient of maintaining the barrage
stationary at the final objective for fifteen to thirty minutes. In some battles, I also
adopted the device ...

A Better War

Author: Lewis Sorley
Publisher: HMH
ISBN: 9780547417455
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Meticulously researched and movingly told, A Better War sheds new light on the Vietnam War.

The Irish Majors The Story Behind The Victories Of Ireland S Top Golfers Rory Mcilroy Graeme Mcdowell Darren Clarke And P Draig Harrington

Author: Philip Reid
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
ISBN: 0717153754
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Ironically, Clarke too had been in positions to win Majors in the past. Had he too
learned lessons? 'The Open is the biggest and best tournament in the world. You
know, I've failed 20 times. Well, 19 times I've failed to try and lift the Claret Jug . . .
I'm very pleased to be leading going into the final round.' It seemed that the
deafening roars from the 18th green on that Saturday were still ringing in Clarke's
ears as he assessed the position he had claimed with one round to go. 'Did I ever
 ...

Small Victories

Author: Jeff Mercer
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1604772638
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This would be the final opportunity to view him before he was laid to rest. Several
of our family members had written letters or brought mementoes that they wished
to place into the casket. Many tears were shed as, one by one, they said their
final goodbyes to Dan. Pam, Anthony, Joe and I were the last ones to approach
the casket. Pam's muffled sobs alerted me to hold her tight as we stood before
him the final time. While there is no way that anyone could love their children
more than I ...

Eighth Army S Greatest Victories

Author: Adrian Turner
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1473813867
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FINAL. CONQUESTS. It was just eight months since Montgomery had taken
charge of Eighth Army. During that time his soldiers had first defeated their
enemy's last and best chance of reaching the Nile while Malta was still
unconquered, at Alam Halfa; then ensured that Malta never would be conquered,
at El Alamein. Then they had 'swept across the breadth of Africa'. In a week they
had reconquered Egypt. In three months they had conquered Libya. In two—and-
a-half months more ...