Part of the series Contested Spaces.
Conflict in Europe 1939-1945 addresses the HSC International study in Peace and Conflict option.
Written by the highly respected author Thomas Cantwell, this title is a unique offering which examines the events, ideology and personalities in Europe during this period.
Contested Spaces is the best-selling series of titles written to address the revised Stage 6 Modern History syllabus in NSW.
Written by leading authors, each book includes a detailed personality profile on a key histroical figure or figures. An engaging narrative style in enhanced by a wide range of source material and visuals, making these books essential texts for HSC History students.
- Includes in-depth profiles of Bernard Law Montgomery, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson
- Features a case study on Appeasement for Extension History
- Includes a study on the home fronts of Britain, Russia and Germany
- The Women at War chapter profiles the involvement and intrigue of the female SOE spies, Russian pilots and wartime entertainers
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