BBC clarifies vocabulary for WWII studies

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BBC clarifies vocabulary for WWII studies

Post by South » 03 Apr 2019 21:22

https://www.historyextra.com/period/sec ... -normandy/


Good afternoon all,

This section of AHF appears to be best area to place this thread.

Article defines some words and then lists the the "most significant" - events -.

What were the views of the later Chinese, Japanese and Indian leaders ?

Link has some decent pictures but to say 1 Sep '39 was the start of WWII won't sell too well in Beijing.

"most significant" not assigned to the atomic attacks / battles / skirmishes / misunderstandings ? ... especially when compared to Marianas 70 years later ?!


~ Bob

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