More than three hundred historical entries capture aspects of World War II that no one knows about, exposing the dark, misunderstood, and tragicomic aspects of the war and showing how today's high-tech weapons had their beginnings fifty years ago.Actually, the Dutch underground had not been informed about the operation precisely because of fears that it had been ... latter was taking part in a secret conference of Free French officials in London and had to hastily, and stealthily, make his way back to France. Treachery at Dieppe. On August 19, 1942, some 6, 100 Canadian, about 1, 000 British, and several hundred American troops made a massiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dirty little secrets of World War II|
|Author||:||James F. Dunnigan, Albert A. Nofi|
|Publisher||:||William Morrow & Co - 1994-10-01|