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America at War in Color: Unique Images of the American Experience of World War II

America at War in Color: Unique Images of the American Experience of World War II (Hardback)

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For over fifty years World War II has been seen as a black and white war. Now, specially commissioned research has unearthed a remarkable colour record of the conflict. Published to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the American entry into the Second World War in December 1941, America at War in Color goes far beyond the familiar, presenting images that have never been seen before. It is both a unique record of this massive conflict and a reminder to today's generations, most of whom have not experienced warfare at first hand, of the heroism, horror and devastating cost of global conflict. Now you too can see World War II through the eyes of those who witnessed the horrors and spectacles, the camaraderie and the death, the fear and the victory. America at War in Color shows you how the war really looked to those who were actually there.

Stewart Binns, series producer for TWI/Carlton's series 'Britain at War in Colour', is an acclaimed documentary film-maker who has won more than 30 international awards for his work. He is co-author of Britain at War in Colour (Carlton) and The Second World War in Colour (Pavilion). Adrian Wood has over 25 years experience with independent producers and broadcasters in Europe and North America. In 1998 he joined TWI as Director of Archive and Library Development. He worked on 'Britain at War in Colour' and 'The Second World War in Colour' sourcing the previously unseen colour footage. He is the co-author and stills researcher of the accompanying books.

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