World at War: Amazing Stories of Bravery, Survival and Courage from 1914-1945

World at War: Amazing Stories of Bravery, Survival and Courage from 1914-1945

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Amazing Stories of Courage, Bravery, and Survival in a World at War. Follow in the footsteps of the brave Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines as they face overwhelming odds and little hope for survival in the chaos of a world at war.

  • In a trench so delirious that you saw flying angels with bows wiping out vast German hordes
  • Zeppelin Captain in charge of a raid on London
  • Sailor on the HMS Queen Mary and your ship has been hit and on fire off the Danish coast
  • British soldier in the first wave of attacks on the Somme
  • French soldier that had enough of the senseless killing and refused to follow orders
  • US soldier ordered to attack German machine-gun nests hidden in the Belleau Wood
  • German sailor on the Bismarck fighting for your life
  • Double agent in neutral Holland trying to outfox the British and Germans
  • Russian hero sniper—invincible—until the Germans send in the best sniper in the world, and you must outfight him
  • British Ambassador’s Valet peddling Intelligence secrets to the highest bidder
  • Decided to kill Hitler and remove the Nazi party from power
  • Swedish diplomat creating fake passes and distributing them to Jewish refugees
  • American Marine on the first wave invasion in one of the bloodiest and battles of the war
  • On the Enola Gay, B-29 Superfortress, tasked to drop the world’s first atomic.

The World at War follows the stories of several men along their journey throughout WW1 and WW2. Walk in the boots of the world’s fighters during long years of slaughter, exhaustion, and the near-collapse of our civilization.

Read about a time when many of the world’s mightiest empires were reduced to rubble, millions of people killed, and the foundations of our modern world fractured forever.


Author: War History Journals
Narrator: Daniel Griffin
Publisher: Storyteller Books, LLC
Run time: 4 hours 39 minutes
Release Date: 03/17/2020