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Good Fight: How World War II Was Won

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2012

    Good WWII book

    I acquired this for a middle school library and I'm very pleased with it's clear overall view, great pictures and student friendly format.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2002

    Amazing Stories of WWII

    Stephen E. Ambrose wrote The Good Fight. This is a non-fictional book about World War II. Stephen Ambrose uses good details on how World War II was fought and how it started. Stephen Ambrose knows this war as ¿The greatest catastrophe in history¿. He describes this war with major battles, and who won them. He also shows us diagrams of invasion strategies used by different countries, and pictures of the battles and other stuff that was happening. Stephen Ambrose keeps us on track with who was on top of things at the time, and what the women did while their husbands were away at war. This book is very interesting because I love learning about World War II. Other people who like this topic should read this book. After reading The Good Fight, it gave me a better understanding on how World War II was fought and won. The Good Fight is one of the best books I have ever read. Stephen Ambrose gives us good descriptions and pictures about World War II. My suggestion is for other people to read this book so they could know more about this very important part in history.

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