50 Books on World War II Recommended by John Keegan. Photograph by Jeff Gilbert.
At the end of his book, The Second World War , John Keegan offers a list of 50 books in English that “together provide a comprehensive picture of the most important events and themes of the war, which are readable and from which the general reader can derive his own picture of the war as a guide to deeper reading.” Keegan admits this list is not all inclusive and it reflects his interests. For example, there is no book on the invasion of Poland in 1939. The list is nearly 20 years old, but it is still valuable to those researching World War II. 1. The books have detailed maps of all campaigns, not just the ones involving Americans. Hitler and Nazi Germany 2. By Alan Bullock as the “best biography of Hitler.” 3.
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