Dirty Little Secrets of World War 2 by James F. Dunnigan and Albert A. Nofi is a non-fiction book about World War 2. This book contains a lot of stray facts about World War 2 that not many people would know unless they searched for the facts. It explains that it doesn’t contain everything about World War 2 but certain facts. This book is great for people who like history or want a little more information than they usually get on World War 2. This book explains a lot of different things and gives you direct incidents and information on the subject it talks about. This book is broken up into headings that contain small “bite size” information so it doesn’t drag on. The information it gives is very specific in describing what some units carried for weapons and how they were used. You don’t get bored easily with this book because it is never continuous droning about the exact same thing for very long. It has a total of 416 pages, the last 22 pages recommended reading and then an index. This book would be a great help if a person were to do an in-depth report on World War 2.
Dirty Little Secrets of World War 2 by James F. Dunnigan and Albert A. Nofi
April 17, 2011