If you think you know a lot about World War II, challenge yourself with this instructive and intriguing book of questions. Covering every theatre of the war, the people, weapons, ships, aircraft, and armies, this book will test the knowledge of even the most dedicated history buff. Questions range from "Pfc." (easiest) to "General" (the tough ones), and everything between: What was the most common rifle used by the United States Marines at the beginning of the Pacific war? What was the name of General George S. Patton's bull terrier? Civilian residents of which state were killed by an air-delivered enemy bomb during the war? These and many more provocative questions will sharpen the knowledge of World War II enthusiasts everywhere.
Robert Davenport is the author of The Encyclopedia of War Films and numerous other books. A retired lieutenant colonel in the Air Force, he served in Afghanistan and Kosovo. He has also been a screenwriter and executive producer of Hollywood films and served as technical military advisor on the film Pearl Harbor. He lives in Los Angeles, California.