Continuously in print for the last 26 years, THE WORLD WAR II QUIZ & FACT BOOK is a must for anyone interested in the war years. Richly laden with dozens of photos and more than a thousand odd, unusual, interesting, and little-known anecdotes, facts, and items of interest at your fingertips, in fast-reading Q&A format: name the beaches at Normandy...the American baseball player who spied on Japan...the song the British 'stole' from the Germans...Mussolini's mistress...the first member of Congress to enlist after Pearl Harbor...the first U.S. unit to cross the Rhine...the youngest German general...the future Pope hunted by the Gestapo...the largest land campaign in the Pacific...the first thousand bomber raid in Europe...the creator of 'Kilroy Was Here'...the future U.S. president who signed Clark Gable's discharge papers...the name of Hitler's dog...and much more, plus ranking lists of the fastest fighter planes; air aces submarine and U-Boat commanders; largest battleships; biggest tanks. This is a book you will go back to time and time again for information, or just to settle a bet. The equally popular Volume II will be available in the Summer of 2008.
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|Title of History eBook: The World War II Quiz & Fact Book, Vol. I|
|Release Date: 01-26-2012|
|Publisher: American Book Publishers|
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