BRITAIN AT BAY: The Epic Story of the Second World War, 1938-1941
A sweeping, groundbreaking epic that combines military with social history, to illuminate the ways in which Great Britain and its people were permanently transformed by the Second World War. 16 pages of photos.
Item #: 197002X
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