Rather than a dense, chronological overview of the war, Windows on World War II focuses on some of the lesser known, yet no less significant episodes of the war, from the storming of Beijing by the Japanese in 1937 to the story of Claus von Stauffenberg, the man who almost killed Hitler in 1944.
The ultimate popular history series, Moments in History brings together some of the most fascinating moments from the past. Short, easily digestible chapters make this series an ideal way to catch up on the history we've heard of and ought to know more about, and reveal just what made these incidents so significant, and why they have gained a permanent place in our collective consciousness.
Also available from the Moments in History series:
Who Dares Wins
Windows on WWI
Theatre of War
Great Sea Stories
Historys Forgotten Milestones
When the World Changed