Memoirs, Biographies and Diaries

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While not as controversial as the Great War, the evidently ‘juster’ nature of the cause saw to that the Second World War spawned perhaps an even greater mountain of war literature, memoirs, battle histories, diaries, letters home and biographies of the leading commanders as the earlier conflict. The Naval and Military Press stocks a full range of such volumes extending from the memoirs of statesmen and generals to biographies of the good and the great as well as the not so great. There are accounts by warriors from Spitfire pilots to U-boat captains as well as the assessments of later historians