The World at War: The Landmark Oral History from the Previously Unpublished Archives by Richard Holmes (Hardback, 2007)

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The seminal television documentary series, The World at War was first broadcast in 1973, when memories of the Second World War were still clear in people's minds. The words of those interviewed for the programme - among them Albert Speer, Arthur 'Bomber' Harris, Traudl Junge (Hitler's secretary) and John Colville (Churchill's Parliamentary Private Secretary) - are brought together here and skilfully woven into a compelling oral history of the War by Professor Holmes. Foreword by Sir Jeremy Isaacs.
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