From the land battles fought throughout Europe to the naval and island encounters in the Pacific region, WW II was a philosophical, political and economic attack, challenging our long held and cherished beliefs as to how a nation and its citizens should lead their lives.
Writers of all persuasion took to pen and paper to compile a historical narrative about the war itself or the effects it had on the country's citizenry. Available, for your due consideration, are four (4) such books, which in their own descriptive way provide the reader with a thorough and well rounded depiction involving the psychology, events, results and consequences of the war for absolute survival. These referenced hardcover books include:
*"War and Remembrance" by Herman Wouk : Volume 1: 1978 edition........494 pages
*"War and Remembrance" by Herman Wouk : Volume 2: 1978 edition.....1,002 pages
*"The Caine Mutiny" by Herman Wouk : 1951 edition..................................498 pages
*"The War Years: Diaries and Letters 1939-1945 by Harold Nicolson : 1967 edition........511 pages
All four (4) hardcover books are in excellent condition both inside and out. The sole exception is a minor front cover tear on "The Caine Mutiny" and the "War and Remembrance" Volume 2 publications. Otherwise, all remains are intact.
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