Book Condition: Very Good-
Publisher: Oklahoma City: The Victoria Publishing Copmany, c1946.
Nice edition in Very Good- condition with rubbing to the edges tanning to the pages and soiling to the boards.
This book is a history of the Second World War, written by Oscar Lee Owens. It is a remembrance, appreciation, and memorial of the people, events, and causes that led to the deadliest war in human history. The book is divided into four sections: The Origins of the War, The War in the East, The War in the West, and The Aftermath. It covers all the major players in the war, from the United States and the United Kingdom, to Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. The book also discusses the causes of the war, from Nazi Germany's aggressive expansionism to the tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States. Owens covers all the major battles and campaigns in the war, from D-Day in Normandy to the Battle of the Bulge. He also provides a detailed analysis of the war's major political and military decisions.; The Fighting Men of Oklahoma; Vol. 1; 4to; 330 pages.