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World War II - Great Battles Summer 1944: Books

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MCC Library Catalog

Search the MCC online catalog to find other books on World War II.

 

Amazon.com

See the list of National Book Award winners written about World War II.

 

Stone & Stone Second World War Books

This is the guide to Stone & Stone's Second World War books website. They've been online since September 1995 and offer a wide variety of features and services for visitors, authors, and booksellers.

 

Google Books

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Reference Books

Historical Encyclopedia of World War II 

Reference D740 E5213 1984

Oxford Companion to World War II 

Reference D740 094 1995

 

World War II Training Exercise

World War II Training Exercise

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