ARC Review: Abandoned World War II Aircraft, Tanks, and Warships by Chris McNabb

Title: Abandoned World War II Aircraft, Tanks, and Warships

Author: Chris McNab

Genre: Nonfiction, Photography

Pages: 224

Release Date: July 6, 2021

4 stars – It was really good
4 stars – It was really good

This book is filled with over 200 pages of photographs of abandoned materials from WWII. The book is broken down by areas around the world and the abandoned materials you can find in those areas. 

As someone who enjoys photography of abandoned places and things, this book was fascinating. It was a very different look at WWII and the impact it is still having on history today. When the war ended, thousands of materials were left behind to rot where they stood and now they stand as monuments to a huge piece of history. I enjoyed how this book was broken down by different areas of the world because it shows that every part of the world was touched by this war. 

The photographs in this book were wonderful. It was fascinating looking at how time has impacted these items. I especially enjoyed the underwater photographs of ships and aircrafts. It was fascinating seeing how the ocean has reclaimed these vehicles and made new environments. 

So If you are interested in history, photography, or military vehicles I highly recommend this book. 

*ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*

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