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by William B. Breuer

eBook Unexplained Mysteries of World War II download ISBN: 0783888597
Author: William B. Breuer
Publisher: G K Hall & Co (January 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 485
ePub: 1553 kb
Fb2: 1787 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: History
Subcategory: Military

William B. Breuer, in. The annals of World War II are mined with captivating cases of strange coincidences .

William B. The annals of World War II are mined with captivating cases of strange coincidences, ominous premonitions, and baffling mysteries. WILLIAM B. BREUER is one of today's most popular military historians and the author of over 20 books, including The Great Raid on Cabanatuan, MacArthur's Undercover War, Shadow Warriors, and Feuding Allies, all from Wiley. He lives in Cleveland, Tennessee.

We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We don’t accept ads. Breuer is a military historian and author of more than 25 books, 10 of which have been main selections of the Military Book Club. Books in his World War II series include Undercover Tales of World War II, Bizarre Tales of World War II, Secret Weapons of World War II, Unexplained Mysteries of World War II, and Daring Missions of World War II, and many more. Start reading Unexplained Mysteries of World War II on your Kindle in under a minute. The annals of World War II are mined with captivating cases of strange coincidences, ominous .

From popular mysteries to barely believable happenings, Breuer sheds light on the absurdity of war from a different angle. The raid made Colonel The book Unexplained Mysteries of World War II has many strange stories and instances that happened in the war on both sides of the conflict. One of the stories was about the most successful submarine in the US Navy's Pacific Fleet. At the end of the mission, the last torpedo fired malfunctioned and sunk the submarine instead of the target.

The book is broken down into multiple sections, and delves into mysteries like: -Who torched the Normandie in New York Harbor? -Did a New Yorker ad warn of Pearl Harbor? -Did Churchill have a "feeling" that saved his life?

William B. Breuer, in The annals of World War II are mined with captivating cases of strange coincidences, ominous premonitions, and baffling mysteries. This book was a Christmas gift to my grandson who loves to read and remember facts. He attack it as soon as he opened it. I hope he is still enjoying it.

Top Secret Tales of World War II. ''A book for rainy days and long solitary nights by the fire

Top Secret Tales of World War II. ''A book for rainy days and long solitary nights by the fire. If there were a genre for cozy nonfiction, this would be the template. Daring Missions of World War II. ''The author brings to light many previously unknown stories of behind-the-scenes bravery and covert activities that helped the Allies win critical victories. Secret Weapons of World War II. ''Rip-roaring tales. a delightful addition to the niche that Breuer has so successfully carved ou. ' -Publishers Weekly. Breuer (September 17, 1922 – August 18, 2010) was a soldier, journalist and American military historian, who specialized in the World War II epoch. His work, The Great Raid on Cabanatuan along with Hampton Sides' Ghost Soldiers, was adapted into a film titled The Great Raid (2005). The Air-raid Warden Was a Spy: and Other Tales from Home-front America in World War II. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2003.

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Examines over one hundred coincidences, premonitions, and strange happenings during World War II, including the "Deadly double" advertisement, the fire aboard the Normandie, and the attempted kidnapping of the Duke of Windsor.
Comments: (7)
Fearlesssinger
Interesting recounting of a few of what had to be thousands of strange events which ocurred on both sides in WW II. Of
particular interest was the recounting of how many spies each side used and how much luck was involved in key eventts.
Bluecliff
My 86 year old dad Barry and I are loving it. 2018 (book came out in 1997). My dad was born (and raised) in Greenock, Scotland in 1932 and has a billion incredible personal stories he experienced in Scotland during "The Greenock Blitz is the name given to two nights of intensive bombing of the town of Greenock, Scotland during the Second World War when the Nazi German Luftwaffe attacked on 6–7 May 1941." He and I love this book.
Ygglune
This was a Birthday gift to my husband, now 66 and enjoys getting his hands on anything WWII, his older brother was impressed with the book too, as he had received it for Christmas and found it fasinating and to find out his little brother was reading it too, he was impressed!
Negal
So much in this book that so many of us never knew about.
Velellan
I enjoyed this book. I'm a bit of a WWII history buff, and this story shed new light on our most recent "super war."
Brakora
I ordered this before there were any reviews. I ordered for a Christmas present for my 14 year old son. I was disappointed that are very few pictures in this book but the stories look interesting.
Nafyn
Interesting but an awful lot of sheer speculation.
Gift for my husband...he is learning more about this historic event.