The individual stories of various events, such as the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, the 1934 Night of the Long Knives, the 1943 Wannsee Conference that formalized the Final Solution, and the invasion of Poland in September 1939 that sparked World War II, appear as separate articles written as lively newspaper accounts. In this way the reader will be able to relive the ebb and flow of events, while the contemporary images of individuals and locations complement the entries and bring the Third Reich to life. Important military events, such as Stalingrad, the D-Day landings and the Battle of Kursk, are also covered in full. The Third Reich Day by Day also includes other aspects of life in Hitler's Germany, such as concentration camps and culture. In this way it prevents a unique view of one of history's most infamous regimes.
The authoritative text is complemented by over 300 photographs that trace the history of the Third Reich from the early days of the Nazis in the 1920s to its destruction in May 1945.
A series of titles that covers military technology and history from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. Each book considers a specific subject. Each technology title contains comprehensive specification tables accompanied by detailed text, while the military history titles examine their topics in great depth, illustrated by dozens of action photographs.