15 Best World War Book Blogs and Websites

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Here are 15 Best World War Book Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. Churchill Book Collector

Churchill Book Collector San Diego, California, US
We specialize in works by and about Sir Winston Churchill, offering both a singular inventory and approachable expertise. We also offer collectible works by all authors.
1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

2. Library of Congress » World War I

Library of Congress » World War I Washington, District of Columbia, US
Personal voices, Compelling stories & Fascinating facts about World War I. The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photos, maps, and manuscripts in our collections.
Also in War Blogs, World War Blogs
497.5K 1.3M 4 posts / year Feb 2008 Get Email Contact

3. Man of la Book » World War II

Man of la Book » World War II The following section of the blog features reviews on World War II books. I started this blog to share my thoughts about books. Most people think of reading as a solitary activity, I take the opposite view - I think reading could easily become a social activity and it's even easier to do with the advent of the Internet. I read everything and anything that captures my interest. I especially like biographies, history, historical fiction, espionage, and mysteries.
1 post / month Get Email Contact

4. Sarah Sundin » World War II

Sarah Sundin » World War II California, US
Sarah shares and writes about the crisis during WWII, the shortage of things, and how people managed, she also honors war-affected places in her articles, and shares articles on books to read from the time of war. Sarah is a bestselling & award-winning author of World War II novels.
9K 10.1K 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

5. A Writer of History » Writing about WWI

A Writer of History » Writing about WWI Here you will find insights from top authors, reader survey results, an analysis of successful historical fiction, a series on what I call the seven elements of historical fiction, research tips and techniques, musings on being a writer, and thoughts on the books I read from the WW1 era. A Writer of History began in 2012 with the question: Why do people read historical fiction? Over the years it has evolved into a wide-ranging source of information and insights into the reading and writing of historical fiction. Along the way and to my surprise and delight, it has earned several awards.
922 3.4K 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

6. A Mighty Girl » World War II

A Mighty Girl » World War II Washington, District of Columbia, US
Covers World War II Book reviews. A Mighty Girl is the world's largest collection of books, toys, and movies for parents, teachers, and others dedicated to raising smart, confident, and courageous girls.
2.9M 41.8K 3 posts / year Feb 2012 Get Email Contact

7. Secret Library Book Blog » World War II

Secret Library Book Blog » World War II Jersey
Read World War II book reviews and recommendations by Secret Library Book Blog. Hi I'm Nicki I love reading but as my tastes have changed over the years, I've become a lot fussier about what I like to read. I really enjoy fiction, contemporary, historical, and women. I also occasionally read crime, mysteries, and thrillers. I like to read a fast-paced novel with real dialogue and believable characters.
4.2K 2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

8. Cheryl M-M's Book Blog » WW2

Cheryl M-M's Book Blog » WW2 UK
I just love books. Indie/self/trad published...I don't give two monkeys. My reviews are always my subjective and honest opinion. Nothing more and nothing less. Find various books based in the period of WW2 and my reviews on them.
2.3K 4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

9. Imogen Matthews Blog

Imogen Matthews Blog Oxford, England, UK
The blog of Oxford-based, award-winning author, Imogen Matthews, focusing on her research and writing of her novels set in WWII Holland. Imogen Matthews is the award-winning author of The Hidden Village, a historical novel set in wartime Holland.
86 1.9K 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

10. Seattle Book Mama Blog » World War II

Seattle Book Mama Blog » World War II Seattle, Washington, US
Greetings. I am Donna Davis, a retired teacher living in my favorite city in the world. I've found that one of the greatest comforts in life is a good book. Explore my reviews on various WW2 based historical fictions and non fictions in this section.
2 posts / year Get Email Contact

11. Bossy Bookworm Blog » World War II

Bossy Bookworm Blog » World War II Read book reviews and recommendations of WW2 books here. I'm Amy, a lifelong book lover; dedicated bookstore loiterer and library friend; longtime book club member; and committed book hoarder. I read about 100 books a year, and in between, I create lists of favorite books, write reviews, and develop greedy, completely unmanageable ideas about all the books I want to read next.
12 posts / year Get Email Contact

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World War Book Bloggers

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Blogger Name Email Blog Link Total Blog Posts
Man of la Book manoflabook.com/wp/tag/world-war-ii 16
Sarah Sundin sarahsundin.com/category/wwii-articles 16
IMOGEN MATTHEWS imogenmatthewsbooks.com/blog 15
seattlebookmama seattlebookmamablog.org/tag/world-war-ii 11
nickimags thesecretlibrarysite.wordpress.com/category/wwii 10
mmcheryl mmcheryl.wordpress.com/tag/ww2 10
churchillbookcollector blog.churchillbookcollector.com 10
M.K. Tod awriterofhistory.com/category/writing-about-war/writing-about-wwi 6
Katherine amightygirl.com/blog/tag/world-war-ii 4
A Mighty Girl Staff amightygirl.com/blog/tag/world-war-ii 1
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