Review: THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN COLOR by Stewart and Adrian Wood

second-world-war-in-colorCarol from Magistra Mater has posted a review of The Second World War in Color by Stewart and Adrian Wood.  Here’s a snippet:

Sniffing around our public library, I found The Second World War in Color a companion book to a documentary by the same name.  Initially, I thought I’d just flip through the book and return it to the library.  The pictures, however, were compelling.  Respect demanded more than a flip-through.  Then the diary entries hooked me; soon I started on the title page and read through the book.

You can read the entire review (with pictures from the Imperial War Museum) here.

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