Category:Historiography of World War II
Historiography of the Second World War studies the processes by which historical knowledge about the war is obtained and transmitted. Broadly speaking, historiography examines the writing of military history and the use of historical methods, drawing upon such elements such as authorship, sourcing, interpretation, style, bias, and audience. The word historiography can also refer to a body of historical work on a given area of research within the larger field of Second World War studies. As the tools of historical investigation have changed since the end of the war and influenced by their application in different participant states, the term itself bears multiple meanings and is not readily associated with a single all-encompassing definition.
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
- ► World War II books (7 C, 8 P)
- ► Works about battles and operations of World War II (4 C, 1 P)
- ► World War II historians (1 C, 115 P)
Pages in category "Historiography of World War II"
The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).