Historical Atlas of the World At War

Historical Atlas of the World At War

by Brenda Lewis, Rupert Matthews

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Overview

A detailed history of war, from the tribal origins of war to the major world wars of the twentieth century.

Beautifully detailed maps chart the battles and major conflicts of history, supported by full-color illustrations and authoritative text.

The social, political, and military background of war explored, with commentary on the development of military tactics and weaponry.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780785824862
Publisher: Chartwell Books, Inc.
Publication date: 02/15/2010
Series: Chartwell Historical Atlas Series
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 10.00(w) x 13.10(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Brenda Ralph Lewis is a freelance writer, specializing in military history and civilizations. Her previous books include Battles of the Bible, Churchill: An Illustrated History, Women at War, The Hitler Youth: The Hitlerjugend in Peace and War and histories of the Vikings, the Crusades and Ancient Rome. Brenda lives in Chesham, England.Rupert Matthews is a historian and published writer. He has written numerous magazine articles and newspaper columns, and has also presented his own show on the cable TV. Rupert's books include The Battle of Thermopylae, Hitler, Military Commander and Alexander the Great at the Battle of the Granicus. He lives in England with his wife and daughter.Brenda Ralph Lewis is a freelance writer, specializing in military history and civilizations. Her previous books include Battles of the Bible, Churchill: An Illustrated History, Women at War, The Hitler Youth: The Hitlerjugend in Peace and War and histories of the Vikings, the Crusades and Ancient Rome. Brenda lives in Chesham, England.Rupert Matthews is a historian and published writer. He has written numerous magazine articles and newspaper columns, and has also presented his own show on the cable TV. Rupert's books include The Battle of Thermopylae, Hitler, Military Commander and Alexander the Great at the Battle of the Granicus. He lives in England with his wife and daughter.

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