Published March 16, 1995
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||Martin Gilbert (Editor), Mongomery of Alamein (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
Malcolm and Alexander Swanston have been writing and mapping history for over thirty years, working on subjects ranging from Ancient Rome to Vietnam and beyond. They have created maps detailing key events in warfare for a wide range of publications, including Cited by: 1. The attractive maps are computer generated and are similar in style to the maps in "The Historical Atlas of World War II" by Swanston and "The Atlas of World War II" by Pimlott. In fact some of the maps are identical and many others are very close to being the same. The maps in the reviewed book are bigger than the other two books and size /5(5). Atlas of World War I book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Every map, with its accompanying notes, is almost a chapter of /5. A comprehensive atlas based on the Arthur Banks atlas first published in The maps in the original were all painstakingly hand-drawn in black and white, covering every aspect of Cited by:
Atlas of World War II book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(51). The Atlas of World History closes with a bibliography that provides a booklist for suggested further reading. Equally well-suited for a general audience and students of history or international relations, the Atlas of World History continues Oxford’s presence as the premier publisher of world atlases. Review: /5. Publisher: Oxford. The book, The Historical Atlas of World War Two, by Alexander Swanston gives the accounts of the battles conducted during World War Two, as well stories from people the participated in the battles. It tells of the violence of battles one /5. The Collins Atlas of World War II is by no means comprehensive -- but it's not meant to be. What it is and what it does very well, is give an overviews of battles and situtations from the war. It does this with a ton of full-color maps, supported by text and charts. The maps, to be sure, are somewhat small -- but the book is small.4/5(3).
As Molly Guptill Manning writes in When Books Went to War, although books were already considered an important source of troop morale—the Army Library Services had been established during World Author: Cara Giaimo. Martin Gilbert describes his Atlas of World War One as an "introductory guide" but the reader will come away with much more than a mere introduction to the Great War. Gilbert uses maps to illustrate virtually every aspect of the war from the first shots to the middle east to Africa to the final lines of the Versailles treaty.5/5(3). Atlas Of The World War II by danielramirez. Publication date Usage Public Domain Mark Topics Books Collection opensource Language English. Book About Maps Of World War II Addeddate Identifier AtlasOfTheWorldWarII Identifier-ark ark://t1tf6fs99 Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Ppi Scanner. Make Offer - New International Atlas Of The World, Deluxe War Edition, Maps ANTIQUE VTG A.J. NYSTROM 10 MAP PULL DOWN WALL .