The Battle of Midway (Dramatised)

  • by Kenneth Allen
  • Narrated by Stephen Thorne, James Berwick, Ed Bishop, Blain Fairman
  • 1 hrs and 1 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

The Japanese advance in the Pacific was stemmed and turned in the Midway Sea. It was one of the decisive actions of the Second World War, and a story of extreme drama and heroism. It demonstrated once and for all the superiority of air power over naval might.


Audible Editor Reviews

Voice actors Stephen Thorne, James Berwick, Ed Bishop, and Blain Fairman lend their not inconsiderable skills to this ensemble performance of W3 The Battle of Midway, which explains how the United States air force prevailed against Japanese ships in the Midway Sea during World War II, critically impacting the ongoing global conflict.
Written by Kenneth Allen, this historical dramatization is urgent and engaging, and its voice actors are flexible and dynamic, revitalizing old letters and transmissions and capturing, together, the tension and deep uncertainty surrounding wartime operations. WW II buffs will find it easy to press play and travel at once back in time to one of the most riveting and pivotal moments in the history of modern warfare.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-09-2007
  • Publisher: Ivan and Inge Berg