When famed artist Wallace Wood teamed up with legendary writer/editor Harvey Kurtzman to create stories about men in combat, the result was some of the best war stories ever put together. From the army, the navy, the airforce and the marines to the trenches of WWI, the battlefields of WW2 and the harrowing scenes of the Korean war: all the utter folly, madness and horror of war is meticulously laid bare. Wood & Kurtzman pull no punches: the title story depicts the bombing of Nagasaki as seen by victims on the ground - a shockingly controversial point of view in 1953.
ATOM BOMB AND OTHER STORIES HC
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