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Readers Digest Illustrated Story of World War 2

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Readers Digest Illustrated Story of World War 2
Readers Digest Illustrated Story of World War 2
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Readers Digest Illustrated Story of World War 2, Kollektif İngilizce, 63375, Readers Digest Association, Eğitim Kitapları, Tarih Siyaset Ekonomi, Yabancı Dilde Kitaplar

   Introduction

   On September 2, the U.S. Pacific Fleet, in Tokyo Bay, bringing to an end the bloodiest war manh 1945, the Japanese surrendered aboard the battleship Missouri, of own. It was six years and one day since Adolf Hitler, the German dictator, sent his armies into Poland, igniting a conflict that would spread warfare from the skies of London to the sands of North Africa, from Scandinavian mountains to Italian farmlands, from Atlantic shipping lanes to the waters and islands of the Pacific, from the jungles of South- east Asia to the hedgerows of Normandy

    World War II was fought by more men over more of the globe, with greater loss of life and destruction of property, than any other war. Seventy million soldiers took part; 16 million of them were killed-nearly 1 out of 4. Another 18 million civilians died because of the war. The total of wounded and missing, soldiers and civilians, will never be known. Neither the United States nor the rest of the world would ever be the same again. The advent of the Nuclear Age, under the pressures of war, in itself forever changed the military and political patterns of life on this earth.

    Though not drawn into the war until late in 1941, twenty-seven months after its start, the United States lost more men than were killed in the Civil War on both the Union and Confederate sides. Nearly 300,000 Americans-out of an armed force of 16 million-gave their lives in the struggle. Winston Churchill expressed what free men were fighting for when Britain early in the war stood virtually alone against the German blitzkrieg:

     Upon this battle depends the survival of Christian civilization. . .. Hitler knows that he will have to break us in this island or lose the war. If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be free and the life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands. But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age

    Britain did stand firm. But the foes of freedom moved on relentlessly elsewhere. In the next two years, Nazi forces conquered nearly all of Europe, penetrated deep into Russia and threatened to seize Moscow itself, North Africa and seemed on  drove across the verge of invading the Middle East. America provided material for Britain and Russia, and took economic action against the Japanese, who had been at war with China since 1931. Otherwise, our nation was divided by debate and controversy over what we should o. Germany, Italy and Japan were aggressors against nations that had sought only peace But we had not been attacked. Then, out of the skies over Hawaii on December 7, 1941 came Japanese planes to bomb Pearl Harbor, sending many great ships of America's Navy to the bottom. On that "day of infamy," a nation that had tried to avoid this international conflict was suddenly at war with the most savage enemies. Through nearly four years of ork and sacrifice, America would cast off the burden of the longest economic depression in its history to become the most productive and most powerful nation in the world.

    The days of business as usual were past," writes historian Louis L. Snyder. Within a year after Pearl Harbor the United States was equaling the entire Axis war production though the enemy had a head start of ten years. By the end of the war the United States had produced 300,000 planes, 87,000 tanks, 2,400,000 trucks, 17,900,000 firearms, 61,000 pieces of heavy artillery and many millions of tons of shells, bombs and other explosives. "From tens of thousands of factories," according to Mr. Snyder, "came finished tools of war, more war matériel than produced by the rest of the world combined It was an awesome example of audacious planning, mass activity, prodigious energy

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         Introduction

         On September 2, the U.S. Pacific Fleet, in Tokyo Bay, bringing to an end the bloodiest war manh 1945, the Japanese surrendered aboard the battleship Missouri, of own. It was six years and one day since Adolf Hitler, the German dictator, sent his armies into Poland, igniting a conflict that would spread warfare from the skies of London to the sands of North Africa, from Scandinavian mountains to Italian farmlands, from Atlantic shipping lanes to the waters and islands of the Pacific, from the jungles of South- east Asia to the hedgerows of Normandy

          World War II was fought by more men over more of the globe, with greater loss of life and destruction of property, than any other war. Seventy million soldiers took part; 16 million of them were killed-nearly 1 out of 4. Another 18 million civilians died because of the war. The total of wounded and missing, soldiers and civilians, will never be known. Neither the United States nor the rest of the world would ever be the same again. The advent of the Nuclear Age, under the pressures of war, in itself forever changed the military and political patterns of life on this earth.

          Though not drawn into the war until late in 1941, twenty-seven months after its start, the United States lost more men than were killed in the Civil War on both the Union and Confederate sides. Nearly 300,000 Americans-out of an armed force of 16 million-gave their lives in the struggle. Winston Churchill expressed what free men were fighting for when Britain early in the war stood virtually alone against the German blitzkrieg:

           Upon this battle depends the survival of Christian civilization. . .. Hitler knows that he will have to break us in this island or lose the war. If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be free and the life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands. But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age

          Britain did stand firm. But the foes of freedom moved on relentlessly elsewhere. In the next two years, Nazi forces conquered nearly all of Europe, penetrated deep into Russia and threatened to seize Moscow itself, North Africa and seemed on  drove across the verge of invading the Middle East. America provided material for Britain and Russia, and took economic action against the Japanese, who had been at war with China since 1931. Otherwise, our nation was divided by debate and controversy over what we should o. Germany, Italy and Japan were aggressors against nations that had sought only peace But we had not been attacked. Then, out of the skies over Hawaii on December 7, 1941 came Japanese planes to bomb Pearl Harbor, sending many great ships of America's Navy to the bottom. On that "day of infamy," a nation that had tried to avoid this international conflict was suddenly at war with the most savage enemies. Through nearly four years of ork and sacrifice, America would cast off the burden of the longest economic depression in its history to become the most productive and most powerful nation in the world.

          The days of business as usual were past," writes historian Louis L. Snyder. Within a year after Pearl Harbor the United States was equaling the entire Axis war production though the enemy had a head start of ten years. By the end of the war the United States had produced 300,000 planes, 87,000 tanks, 2,400,000 trucks, 17,900,000 firearms, 61,000 pieces of heavy artillery and many millions of tons of shells, bombs and other explosives. "From tens of thousands of factories," according to Mr. Snyder, "came finished tools of war, more war matériel than produced by the rest of the world combined It was an awesome example of audacious planning, mass activity, prodigious energy

        (Kitabın ilk sayfası)

      Kitap, ucuz kitap, kitap al, kitap satın al, ucuz kitap al, uygun kitap, en uygun kitap, en ucuz kitap, kitap al bul, ucuza kitap al, en ucuz kitap al, hesaplı kitap, ucuz kitap satın al, incikitap com,

      ÖNEMLİ AÇIKLAMA: Siz değerli okuyuculara satışa sunduğumuz ürünlerin büyük kısmı “kullanılmış ikinci el” kitaplardır. Kitap ve süreli yayınlar mezatlarında ürünlerin ilk sahibi ve sonraki sahipleri sayfaları yazı,çizim  ya da notlar almış olabilir.  Sonuç itibariyle daha önceden bir veya daha fazla kişi tarafından kullanılmış olabileceğini lütfen göz ardı etmeyiniz. Satışa sunduğumuz kitapların genel görünümü herkesçe kabul edilebilir standartlara uygun olarak ve olabildiğince açık bir şekilde belirtmeye, fotoğraflamaya  gayret gösteren İNCİKİTAP sitemizi gezdiğiniz için şimdiden teşekkür ederiz. Mutlu Kitap Okumalar Dileğiyle.

       

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