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Guts & glory : World War II / Ben Thompson ; illustrations by C.M. Butzer.

Thompson, Ben, 1980- (author.). Butzer, C. M., (illustrator.).

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  • 5 of 5 copies available at Bibliomation. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Killingworth Library Association.
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Killingworth Library Association TWEEN 940.54 THO (Text to phone) 33420149182256 Tween New Recently Returned -

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 356-362) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Eight hunderd heros -- Blitzkrieg -- Their finest hour -- Operation Barbarossa -- Day of infamy -- Who dares, wins -- Dauntless -- Stalingrad -- Semper Fi -- Fighting with tigers -- Sobibor -- Voytek the soldier bear -- The mighty eighth -- The white mouse -- D-Day -- Gurkha assult -- Last stand for Leyte -- The battle of the bulge -- The fall of Berlin -- Typhoon of steel.
Summary, etc.:
From massive aerial battles that clouded the skies with planes to deathly secret operations deep behind enemy lines, the events of World War II are some of the most awe-inspiring of all time. Discover legendary commanders, tremendous fights, elite soldiers, and courageous individuals whose deeds truly made the difference in this jaw-dropping guide to the biggest war the world has ever seen.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 8-12.
Subject: World War, 1939-1945 > Juvenile literature.
World War, 1939-1945.
Genre: Literature.

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Guts and Glory: World War II
Guts and Glory: World War II
by Thompson, Ben
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Guts and Glory: World War II

Ben Thompson is the author of Guts & Glory: The American Civil War , Guts & Glory: The Vikings , Guts & Glory: World War II , and Guts & Glory: The American Revolution . For more than ten years, he has been producing humorous, history-related material, including articles for publications such as Military Times and for organizations like the American Mustache Institute. Ben is named after Benjamin Franklin, but this hasn't bestowed him with any supernatural knowledge of the American Revolution. He had to research it the old-fashioned way. He invites you to visit his website at

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