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The Split History of World War II

The Split History of World War II When World War I ended in it was called the war to end all wars But it wasn t Unsettled issues and resentments festered for the next years culminating in the outbreak of war in Europe and A

  • Title: The Split History of World War II
  • Author: Simon Rose
  • ISBN: 9780756545987
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • When World War I ended in 1918, it was called, the war to end all wars But it wasn t Unsettled issues and resentments festered for the next 20 years, culminating in the outbreak of war in Europe and Asia in the 1930s The Axis powers, led by Germany, Italy, and Japan, joined to fight the Allies, led by the U.S the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union Both sides wereWhen World War I ended in 1918, it was called, the war to end all wars But it wasn t Unsettled issues and resentments festered for the next 20 years, culminating in the outbreak of war in Europe and Asia in the 1930s The Axis powers, led by Germany, Italy, and Japan, joined to fight the Allies, led by the U.S the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union Both sides were determined to rule the world, but only one can succeed.

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    1. The Split History of World War II: A Perspectives Flip Book by Simon Rose The Split History of World War II: A Perspectives Flip Book by Simon Rose is a nonfiction book that displays both perspectives, the Allies and the Axis. They each had their own ideas about the war. They even started the war on different dates. The reasons why they took a part in the war were different. One started the war. The other one was attacked and that made them to be a part. The Axis or the Germans were upset by the [...]

    2. This book about world war and the history behind it. When World War 1 had ended, people had expected that there will be no more wars that will begin but they were proved wrong when quarrels began and World War 2 had started. This book tells about both sides, the Axis and the Allies who are fighting for their own good and who are determined to win the war. It also has a very interesting structure because of the fact that you have to actually flip the book to find out what the other side thinks of [...]

    3. The Split History of World War II is a non-fiction book about world war II. It gives facts of how the war started, and ended, and it gives evidence like, 50 million people died in world war 2, or 35 million people were wounded in addition to the 50 million that were killed. It shows pictures of the fighting, the aftermath, and tactical planning of battles and wars. Because it is a flip perspective book, you can read from one side about how the Nazi Germans looked at the war, and on the other sid [...]

    4. This book was a very good book, as it was a double sided book, It had the perspective of WW2 from the allies POV on one side, and if you flip it and read from the other side, It shows the war from the POV of the axis forces during WW2. So during one same event, such as the turning point of the war, it talked about axis losses in the axis side, and in the allies side, it talked about the allies victory. It is another non-fiction book, and you probably see now that I like non-fiction books, and th [...]

    5. The Split History of World War II is part of the 2012 Capstone Young Readers non-fiction series from Compass Point Books. For ages 10 to 14.'When World War I ended in 1918, it was called, "the war to end all wars." But it wasn't. Unsettled issues and resentments festered for the next 20 years, culminating in the outbreak of war in Europe and Asia in the 1930s. The Axis powers, led by Germany, Italy, and Japan, joined to fight the Allies, led by the U.S the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union.' [...]

    6. A neat concept: same story but in two different viewpoints. It is like learning about the war through cliff notes. I know jr. high and high school students will enjoy reading a quick non-fiction book.

    7. This book will be great for the new CCSS for 5th grade to show the two different points of view: Axis vs. Allies.

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