Germany at War
Unique Colour Photographs of the Second World WarBook - 2003
From the very personal - two German soldiers relaxing in front of a Russian grave, a mechanic at work in the engine room of a U-boat - to the epic proportions of mass conflict - the wasteland of a bombed out French village, a view of thousands at Nuremberg - this powerful visual testimony to WWII shows for the first time the reality of Germany at war. Many images in this collection of over 250 rare color photographs have remained unseen for decades. Following on the success of America at War in Color and the Imperial War Museum's Second World War in Photographs, Germany at War documents the rise of Nazism, life at home during wartime, the persecution of the Jews and others, scenes of occupied France, the Wehrmacht celebrating their early victories and the devastation on the Eastern Front.
Publisher: London : Carlton, 2003
Branch Call Number: 940.54 Forty
Characteristics: 256 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm