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Kakoru

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#1 16 years ago

Hmm.. I've read Beevor's book about Stalingrad and Berlin, I've read the "Rise and fall of the Third Reich" by Shirer.. Which book should I read now? :eek:




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#2 16 years ago

Anything by Stephen Ambrose on World War 2 (Band of Brothers, D-Day, etc.)




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#3 16 years ago
KakoruI've read the "Rise and fall of the Third Reich" by Shirer..

Doesn't that one take forever? I feel like I devoted a significant portion of my life to reading it.




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#4 16 years ago

Any book by Robin Cross I would also suggest "Rommel Papers" by Lucie-Maria Rommel and Fritz Bayerlein "A History of Blitzkrieg" by Bryan Perret "Battle for Berlin - End of the Third Reich" by Earl F. Ziemke "Waffen-SS Hitler's Black Guard At War" by Christopher Ailsby "Anzio - The Bid for Rome" by Christopher Hibbert "Loyalty Is My Honor" by Gordon Williamson




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#5 16 years ago

"Enemy at The Gates" is a good book.

I also liked "Half a Wing, Three Engines And A Prayer" by Brian D. O'Neil. It's about B-17's over Germany. Pretty good book.




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#6 16 years ago

'The forgoten soldier' by Guy Sajer, it's one of the best ww2 accounts(sp) ive ever read. It's about his experience's on the eastern front, starting off as a truck driver then progressing to fighting with the infamous 'Grossdeutschland' division. plz excuse sp.:)




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#7 16 years ago

Any book by Stephen Ambrose.




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#8 16 years ago
Any book by Stephen Ambrose.

true that!