Snyder Westport, Conn. Hitlerism: The Iron Fist in Germany.
Snyder Westport, Conn. Greenwood Press, 1977. Roots of German Nationalism, Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, 1978. Hitler's Third Reich : a documentary history, Chicago : Nelson-Hall, 1981. Mohawk Press – via Goggle Books, snippet view. a b c Saxon, Wolfgang (7 December 1993), "L. L. Snyder, 86, Authority on Rise Of Hitler, Is Dead," New York Times. Retrieved 2 March 2016. Greenwood Press, 1981.
Home Browse Books Book details, Historic Documents of World War I. Louisiana during World War II: Politics and Society, 1939-1945 By Brooks, Jennifer E. The Journal of Southern History, Vol. 67, No. 1, February 2001.
Home Browse Books Book details, Historic Documents of World War II. Historic Documents of World War II. By Walter Consuelo Langsam, Louis L. Snyder.
The First Book of World War I. Snyder Westport, Conn.
The First Book of World War II. The war: a concise history, 1939-1945, by Louis L. Snyder with a foreword by Eric Sevareid, New York, Simon and Schuster 1960. Hitler and Nazism, publisher: Franklin Watts, In. New York, 1961.
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First Book of World War One. by Louis L. Select Format: Library Binding.
we must be indebted to Professor Snyder for his remarkable achievement: providing us with this excellent guide. to World War II, which may be used for generations to come.
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First World War (content). HISTORIC DOCUMENTS OF WORLD WAR ONE (Author) SNYDER, LOUIS L. (Author) D. van Nostrand (Publisher). Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America. Louis L. Snyder's historical guide to World War II. Books. The world in the twentieth century.
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Usually war books are just a bunch if facts with boring photos, but not this book. Snyder did a superb job with this book and how perfectly she put the photos with the details and the fun facts. I would definitely recommend this book to all ages but could be graphic to young toddlers.