By James F. Dunnigan
Dirty Little secrets and techniques of global battle II exposes the darkish, irreverent, misunderstood, and sometimes tragicomic elements of army operations in the course of international battle II, lots of them almost unknown even to army buffs. Like its profitable predecessor, Dirty Little Secrets, Dunnigan and Nofi's new booklet vividly brings to existence all theaters and members of the conflict. Revelations include:
- the genuine dying count number for the warfare, and why it hasn't ever been formerly released.
- The "new age" basic who refused to smoke or drink, who lived on a vitamin-enriched nutrition, who hostile animal experimentation, and who usually consulted his astrologer.
- How gear built for the warfare resulted in such sleek high-tech ideas as "smart bombs," digital battle, and nuclear missles.
- The lackadaisical dating among Germany and Japan during the war.
- difficult bits of knowledge concerning the lingering results of the warfare -- just like the millions of dwell shells and mines which are nonetheless buried in Europe and stale the East Coast of America.