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The World War Two
Akshat Pandey
Type: Print Book
Genre: History
Language: English
Price: ₹265 + shipping
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It is the year 1939 and the world is in distress, as the Axis powers, headed by the German Reich have marched into Poland. This action of theirs has caused distress in the whole of Europe. The Allied powers, consisting of the United States, The Soviet Union, the British Empire, and the French territories wage war on Axis powers. By 10th June 1940, German forces were tearing through territories of Belgium, Luxemburg, and the Netherlands. On June 14th, Paris was overtaken by the German Front. The German Wehrmacht marched towards world domination, only to be brought down on their feet by the Soviet zeal and the American bravery.

The Soviets begin their march towards the liberation of the Allied territories from the Axis powers. The infantry from the United States joins them after the landings on the beaches of Normandy, France. The story has two scenarios, the United States Army (Gary Turner) and the Soviet army (Evan), with the protagonists being the center of the focus in each. They slowly tread through the German-occupied territories, liberating each of them as they storm ahead.

The German Reich comes to an end, as the American forces destroy the German defense line from the western front, while the Soviet army crumbles the German defense, and move to capture Berlin, the capital city of the German Reich, thus bringing the end to the war in Europe.

About the Author

Akshat Pandey is a 19-year-old boy, living in a small city, Bhilai, in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. He is presently majoring in Computer Science - and is planning to pursue engineering. He currently lives with his parents and his brother. He had already published two books, 'The Unholy Intervention' and ‘Crimson Twilight’ on most of the major online retail stores in the world. He is a simple, middle-class guy who has expertise in finding happiness in small things. He is also a multi-instrumentalist, has proficiency in playing the piano. He hopes to enthrall the readers with his small attempt in this huge field of literature.

Book Details

ISBN: 9781639749607
Number of Pages: 281
Dimensions: 5"x8"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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