Most Americans and Brits in the 21st century aren’t aware just how grim the situation was for the Allied Forces during World War II’s earliest moments. Nearly all was already lost. Well before the United States entered the conflict, only one country solitarily stood against the tyranny and military might of Nazi Germany – Great Britain.
In those early days of the War Adolf Hitler saw how vulnerable England was as Germany’s single source of resistance. Intending to bring the British to their knees through surrender the Nazis hammered the British Isles with all its military might through a barrage of nightly air raids over England for eight solid months better known as “The Blitz”.
In his book “For King and Country: The Wartime Windsors” Brad Kronen takes a detailed look at a crucial moment in History when global democracy was perilously threatened most. As we all know, the Allies eventually won the war but Kronen emphasizes that England’s transformation from the bombarded underdog at the start of the War to the triumphant victor at the conflict’s end is nothing short of miraculous.Read more "Brad Kronen Ventures from his Traditional Path with his Latest Book – A Historical Take on WW2’s Blitz entitled “For King & Country”"