The World at War is the definitive television work on the Second World War. It told the story of the war through the testimony of key participants—from civilians to ordinary soldiers, from statesmen to generals. First broadcast in 1973, the result was a unique and irreplaceable record since many of the eyewitnesses captured on film did not have long to live. The program’s producers committed hundreds of interview-hours to tape in its creation, but only a fraction of that recorded material made it to the final cut. For more than 30 years the interviews have never been allowed to be published—until now. The well-known names interviewed for the series include Albert Speer, Karl Wolff (Himmler’s adjutant), Traudl Junge (Hitler’s secretary), James Stewart (USAAF bomber pilot and Hollywood star), Anthony Eden, John Colville (Parliamentary Private Secretary to Winston Churchill), Averell Harriman (US Ambassador to Russia), and Arthur "Bomber" Harris (Head of RAF Bomber Command). Richard Holmes has skillfully woven this valuable original material into a compelling narrative, creating a truly phenomenal oral history of the Second World War.
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Richard Holmes is a British soldier and noted military historian. His books include In the Footsteps of Churchill, Sahib, and Tommy.Review:
"Compelling." —Library Journal
"The World at War was one of the greatest television series of all time. It demonstrated the potential power of history on television and inspired a generation. It is tremendously exciting that the complete interviews with the participants . . . are now published here for the first time. Most of the people who were interviewed for the series are now dead, but their vital history—thanks to this book—still lives." —Laurence Rees, author, Auschwitz
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Descripción Ebury Press, 2007. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110091917514
Descripción Ebury Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 0091917514 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW7.0957707