Thursday, June 24, 2010

Arms of Destruction by Robert Slayton

Written by our own Bob Slayton in the History Department, this non-fiction work covers the various land weapon systems used by the various powers during WWII. Bob writes in a conversational tone and without technical jargon, so the work is very accessible to laypersons. Though his conclusions do not go against the accepted opinion, his pieces on the various weapons are still very interesting and offers a quick read.

Leatherby Libraries Call Number: UF523.S56 2004
3rd Floor Science & Technology Library
Review submitted by: Rand Boyd, Special Collections & Archives Librarian, Leatherby Libraries
Rating: Recommended

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