Books:Culture, History and Religion:War and Conflict
There is a lot of history captured in the wars fought on American soil and by Americans overseas. The telling of these wars comes down through the generations via stories, maps and written words. National Geographic has brilliantly captured the history and stories of American conflicts in these military strategy and American war books. Follow the story of a soldier serving the United States in World War II. The letters he wrote home are used to tell the tale from a soldier’s point of view, with beautiful snapshots and illustrations illuminating his experiences. Or explore the maps that document how the Civil War progressed between the north and the south, depicting key battlefields in charts that were used by both sides fighting the war. These war history books will bring history to life, taking readers directly into the life experienced by our predecessors during times of conflict. With these war books added to your library collection, you can immerse yourself in the stories told during periods of conflict.