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The Resource The Library of Congress World War II companion, edited and with an introduction by David M. Kennedy ; Margaret E. Wagner ... [and others]

The Library of Congress World War II companion, edited and with an introduction by David M. Kennedy ; Margaret E. Wagner ... [and others]

Label
The Library of Congress World War II companion
Title
The Library of Congress World War II companion
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by David M. Kennedy ; Margaret E. Wagner ... [and others]
Title variation
  • World War II companion
  • World War 2 companion
  • World War two companion
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
940.53
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
D743
LC item number
.W24 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Kennedy, David M
  • Wagner, Margaret E
  • Library of Congress
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • History, Modern
  • World War, 1939-1945
Target audience
adult
Label
The Library of Congress World War II companion, edited and with an introduction by David M. Kennedy ; Margaret E. Wagner ... [and others]
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 496
  • 7
  • Military Operations, 1942-1945
  • 497
  • 1942: The Allies Against the Ropes
  • 498
  • 1943: The Tide Begins to Turn
  • 538
  • 1944: Toward Tokyo and Berlin
  • Rise of Totalitarianism
  • 566
  • 1945: Allied Victory and an Uneasy Peace
  • 604
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 626
  • 8
  • War Crimes and the Holocaust
  • 629
  • Rules of War
  • 629
  • 13
  • War Crimes
  • 635
  • Allies
  • 637
  • Axis
  • 645
  • Holocaust
  • 663
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 704
  • Peace and Disarmament
  • 9
  • Underground War
  • 707
  • Underground Warriors: Intelligence Organizations
  • 707
  • Methods of Underground Warfare
  • 715
  • Resistance Movements, Partisans, and Underground Political Organizations
  • 761
  • Jewish Resistance
  • 22
  • 775
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 781
  • 10
  • Media War
  • 783
  • Propaganda and Censorship Organizations and Agendas
  • 786
  • Censorship Issues
  • 799
  • Interwar Economics and Depression
  • Black Propaganda
  • 802
  • Propaganda Techniques
  • 807
  • Media
  • 809
  • Propaganda, Truth, and Influence
  • 842
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 843
  • 25
  • 11
  • War on the Home Front
  • 845
  • Morale
  • 848
  • Labor
  • 853
  • Agriculture
  • 862
  • Role of Women
  • War in the 1930s
  • 868
  • Doing Without and Making Do: Rationing and Salvaging
  • 873
  • Civil Defense, Air Raids, and Bomb Shelters
  • 881
  • Mobility/Evacuations
  • 889
  • Axis
  • 893
  • Japanese Americans on the Home Front
  • 31
  • 896
  • Religion
  • 901
  • From Home Front to Home
  • 906
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 907
  • 12
  • Aftermath
  • 909
  • Conclusion: Into the Future
  • "The War Is Over!"
  • 909
  • A New World Landscape
  • 915
  • Occupation
  • 917
  • Refugees and Displaced Persons
  • 921
  • Prosecuting War Criminals
  • 923
  • 1
  • 34
  • Postwar America: The United Stares after V-J Day
  • 931
  • Balance of Power and the Cold War
  • 936
  • An American Memorial, 2004
  • 940
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 942
  • Information About Images
  • 943
  • Part II
  • A Global Conflict
  • Alliances and Colonies
  • 36
  • Global Transport
  • 37
  • Migrations and Refugees
  • 38
  • Combatants
  • World at War
  • 39
  • Neutral Nations
  • 41
  • Geography of War
  • 42
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 53
  • 2
  • Wartime Politics
  • 55
  • 1
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 136
  • 3
  • Mobilization: The Rifle, the Wrench, and the Rationing Book
  • 139
  • Military Mobilization
  • 155
  • Civil Defense
  • 174
  • Industry and War Production
  • Treaty of Versailles
  • 182
  • Other Government Mobilization
  • 206
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 217
  • 4
  • Military Leadership and Organization
  • 219
  • Axis: Axis Military Leaders and Their Armed Forces
  • 227
  • 2
  • Allies: Allied Military Leaders and Their Armed Forces
  • 264
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 326
  • 5
  • Instruments of War
  • 327
  • Aircraft
  • 328
  • Artillery, Tanks, and Tank Destroyers
  • Post-Versallies: The State of the World
  • 344
  • Cameras
  • 355
  • Camouflage, Decoys, and Deception
  • 355
  • Fortifications
  • 356
  • Mines and Booby Traps
  • 361
  • Naval Vessels and Weaponry
  • 5
  • 366
  • Small Arms
  • 380
  • Technological Devices
  • 385
  • Vehicles (Land)
  • 397
  • Weapons of Terror, Desperation, and Mass Destruction
  • 404
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • Communism versus Fascism
  • 410
  • 6
  • Military Operations, 1937-1941
  • 413
  • 1937-August 1939: Fire in the East
  • 416
  • September 1939-December 1940: Fire in the West
  • 422
  • 1941: The World's Wars Become a World War
  • 468
Control code
ocn144548363
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First Simon and Schuster hardcover edition.
Extent
xxv, 982 pages
Isbn
9780743252195
Lccn
2007024647
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
940.53 L616 ; P ; XX-N/XX-RF/GE-G ; C0711BT4 (BS).
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 144548363
  • (Sirsi) 144548363
  • (OCoLC)144548363
Label
The Library of Congress World War II companion, edited and with an introduction by David M. Kennedy ; Margaret E. Wagner ... [and others]
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 496
  • 7
  • Military Operations, 1942-1945
  • 497
  • 1942: The Allies Against the Ropes
  • 498
  • 1943: The Tide Begins to Turn
  • 538
  • 1944: Toward Tokyo and Berlin
  • Rise of Totalitarianism
  • 566
  • 1945: Allied Victory and an Uneasy Peace
  • 604
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 626
  • 8
  • War Crimes and the Holocaust
  • 629
  • Rules of War
  • 629
  • 13
  • War Crimes
  • 635
  • Allies
  • 637
  • Axis
  • 645
  • Holocaust
  • 663
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 704
  • Peace and Disarmament
  • 9
  • Underground War
  • 707
  • Underground Warriors: Intelligence Organizations
  • 707
  • Methods of Underground Warfare
  • 715
  • Resistance Movements, Partisans, and Underground Political Organizations
  • 761
  • Jewish Resistance
  • 22
  • 775
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 781
  • 10
  • Media War
  • 783
  • Propaganda and Censorship Organizations and Agendas
  • 786
  • Censorship Issues
  • 799
  • Interwar Economics and Depression
  • Black Propaganda
  • 802
  • Propaganda Techniques
  • 807
  • Media
  • 809
  • Propaganda, Truth, and Influence
  • 842
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 843
  • 25
  • 11
  • War on the Home Front
  • 845
  • Morale
  • 848
  • Labor
  • 853
  • Agriculture
  • 862
  • Role of Women
  • War in the 1930s
  • 868
  • Doing Without and Making Do: Rationing and Salvaging
  • 873
  • Civil Defense, Air Raids, and Bomb Shelters
  • 881
  • Mobility/Evacuations
  • 889
  • Axis
  • 893
  • Japanese Americans on the Home Front
  • 31
  • 896
  • Religion
  • 901
  • From Home Front to Home
  • 906
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 907
  • 12
  • Aftermath
  • 909
  • Conclusion: Into the Future
  • "The War Is Over!"
  • 909
  • A New World Landscape
  • 915
  • Occupation
  • 917
  • Refugees and Displaced Persons
  • 921
  • Prosecuting War Criminals
  • 923
  • 1
  • 34
  • Postwar America: The United Stares after V-J Day
  • 931
  • Balance of Power and the Cold War
  • 936
  • An American Memorial, 2004
  • 940
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 942
  • Information About Images
  • 943
  • Part II
  • A Global Conflict
  • Alliances and Colonies
  • 36
  • Global Transport
  • 37
  • Migrations and Refugees
  • 38
  • Combatants
  • World at War
  • 39
  • Neutral Nations
  • 41
  • Geography of War
  • 42
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 53
  • 2
  • Wartime Politics
  • 55
  • 1
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 136
  • 3
  • Mobilization: The Rifle, the Wrench, and the Rationing Book
  • 139
  • Military Mobilization
  • 155
  • Civil Defense
  • 174
  • Industry and War Production
  • Treaty of Versailles
  • 182
  • Other Government Mobilization
  • 206
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 217
  • 4
  • Military Leadership and Organization
  • 219
  • Axis: Axis Military Leaders and Their Armed Forces
  • 227
  • 2
  • Allies: Allied Military Leaders and Their Armed Forces
  • 264
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • 326
  • 5
  • Instruments of War
  • 327
  • Aircraft
  • 328
  • Artillery, Tanks, and Tank Destroyers
  • Post-Versallies: The State of the World
  • 344
  • Cameras
  • 355
  • Camouflage, Decoys, and Deception
  • 355
  • Fortifications
  • 356
  • Mines and Booby Traps
  • 361
  • Naval Vessels and Weaponry
  • 5
  • 366
  • Small Arms
  • 380
  • Technological Devices
  • 385
  • Vehicles (Land)
  • 397
  • Weapons of Terror, Desperation, and Mass Destruction
  • 404
  • Principal Sources and Further Reading
  • Communism versus Fascism
  • 410
  • 6
  • Military Operations, 1937-1941
  • 413
  • 1937-August 1939: Fire in the East
  • 416
  • September 1939-December 1940: Fire in the West
  • 422
  • 1941: The World's Wars Become a World War
  • 468
Control code
ocn144548363
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First Simon and Schuster hardcover edition.
Extent
xxv, 982 pages
Isbn
9780743252195
Lccn
2007024647
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
940.53 L616 ; P ; XX-N/XX-RF/GE-G ; C0711BT4 (BS).
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 144548363
  • (Sirsi) 144548363
  • (OCoLC)144548363

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