Bizarre Tales From World War II

Bizarre Tales From World War II

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Ernest Hemingway stalks U-Boats. A Belgian woman halts the Panzers. Adolf Hitler plays Santa Claus. If you think these are tall tales, guess again. More than 140 of the most bizarre, curious, and downright strange incidents from World War II are documented here based on personal interviews, archives and declassified documents.


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Illustrated with more than forty photographs and written in Breuer’s inimitable style, this book will intrigue and surprise with every turn of the page.


Publisher: Edison, NJ : Castle Books, 2005
ISBN: 9780785819929
0785819924
Characteristics: 220 p. : ill ; 24 cm

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