WWII History Magazine is the completely original, exquisitely produced coffee table magazine that’s worthy of being named after the most important war in all of history. No matter how long you’ve been fascinated by the Second World War, and no matter how much reading and research you’ve done, WWII is sure to bring you a new and fresh perspective on the Great Conflict. The first thing you’ll notice is that WWII looks and feels more like a book than it does a magazine. Instead of being just a handful of glossy papers stapled together, WWII features a straight, flat spine. Known in the publishing industry as “perfect binding,” this book-style binding allows you to store your collection of WWII on your shelves along with the rest of your history library. The volumes stand up straight and the name, date, and ID number on the spine make it easy for you to find the volume you need each time you turn to your collection... and collect them you will, because WWII is more akin to the permanent reference in your library than the regular magazines you just flip through and discard. The artwork, for example, is carefully culled from selective sources the world over by our editors. Dozens and dozens of rare photographs, colorfully crisp paintings and meticulously detailed drawings bring the events they depict to life. Even the pages themselves are thicker, glossier, and much more durable than those you find in most other magazines.