Life by Richard B. Stolley
World War 2: History's Greatest Conflict in Pictures

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Mining the extensive LIFE archives and the finest photo collections, this is a picture history of unparalleled depth and power. Included are remarkable unpublished images, like photos of Hitler taken by his personal photographer, alongside the classic LIFE coverage that brought the war home. From the escalating tensions of the pre-war world to the German blitzkrieg, the shock of Pearl Harbor, the fighting on land, sea, and air, D-Day, the atom bombs, and the wars historic aftermath, legendary journalist Richard B. Stolley takes a fresh look at the most important global event of the 20th century.
 

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Richard B. Stolley is the editor of the NY Times bestseller LIFE: Our Century in Pictures. He is Senior Editorial Advisor of Time Inc. Stolley joined the staff of LIFE in 1953 and for nineteen years covered events and personalities throughout the world. In 1974 he was the founding editor of People magazine.
 
Published October 31, 2001 by Time Warner. 352 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, War. Non-fiction

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Adapted by Amy Sklansky from the adult bestseller LIFE: Our Century in Pictures, this superb collection of carefully chosen, powerful images with pithy captions captures the events, people and culture that shaped the last 100 years.

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