Stars at War

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Robson Books, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 293 pages
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Stars at War is the one saga of World War II that has never before been told. From the Jewish ghettos of Poland to the North African campaign, from the Normandy landings to the Baffle of the Bulge, from the day war broke out to the final victories over x Germany and Japan, this is the story of the actors and directors, the writers and camera-men from the film world who went to war.

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About the author (1995)

Michael Munn is a film historian and the author of twenty-five books, including Stars at War, The Hollywood Connection, and the bestseller John Wayne: The Man Behind the Myth. As a journalist he has written extensively on cinema, crime, ancient history, and the World War Two. He lives in Suffolk, England.

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