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A concise collection of 50 full-color maps that vividly convey not only the key military battles and campaigns but also the cultural and political geography of World War Two. World War Two was a war of rapid and far-reaching conquest and movement, and a good sense of world geography is essential to grasping its magnitude and sweep.

The Geography of Conflict consists of 50 full-color maps that vividly convey not only the key Atlas geographic scholar online dating battles and campaigns but also the cultural and political geography of the war.

Each map covers a significant phase of World War Two and is accompanied by an adjacent page of explanatory text that clarifies the shifting frontiers and populations of the region represented. These descriptions explain features of the conflict in question, describe changes in circumstances and the movements of battles, contextualize the events, and suggest longer-term consequences of campaigns.

Offering a vivid summary of the war over space and time, this unique, full-color atlas covers all theatres of the war. It is also a fascinating resource for anyone interested in the sprawling landscape of the Second World War.

War is made vivid and brought into real life terms by these maps and by the author's perceptive commentary. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. US Higher Education Not for profit.

Skip to main content. Go directly to our online catalogue. Description Book Information Table of Contents Description World War Two was a war of rapid and far-reaching conquest and movement, and a good sense of world geography is essential to grasping its magnitude and sweep. Reviews "These maps remind us of the tremendous scale of the conflict; that the war was truly global in nature, that the aggressors had global designs and that the defenders had to counter them around the world and fight on varied terrain on three continents and many seas.

Table of Contents Introduction 1. Europe in 2. Europe in 4. The French Frontier Between the Wars 5.

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Europe in 7. The Invasion of Poland 8.