Book tips? I'm about to buy "arnhem" books -1 reply

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Admiral Donutz VIP Member

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#1 14 years ago

Well i already own B Company Arrived: The Story of B Company of the 2nd Parachute Batallion at Arnhem September 1944 byDavid Van Buggenum and have acces to "a bridge too far" by Cornelius Ryan. and i'm about to buy the book It Never Snows in September: The German View of Market Garden and the Battle of Arnhem, September 1944 by Robert J. Kershaw Amazone.com asks $49.99 dollar (€40,72/£27.86) (new) look here amazon.co.uk asks £12.08 pounds (€17.66/$21.68) look here amazone.de asks 94,95 euro($115.39/£64.31)(isnt even new) else it would be [color=black][size=-1][size=-1]22,90[/size] [/size][size=-1]([/size][/color]$[color=black][size=-1]27.01/[/size][/color]£[color=black][size=-1]15.05).[/size][/color] look here amazone.fr asks [size=-1]26,66[/size][size=-1] euro ([/size]$[size=-1]31.92/[/size]£[size=-1]17.79) (new) look here [/size]So obviously i'm going to buy this book on amazone.co.uk. But i might just aswell buy a second book, any suggestions? Should i buy "Arnhem 1944-Airborne Battle" by Martin Middlebrook for example, i have heard that it is a good book on some sites... so do you guys have any suggestions?




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#2 14 years ago

A Bridge Too Far




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#3 14 years ago

Yes that is a very good book, but i already have acces to that book (the libary has it, i don't own it though).

Has anybody of you ever seen the book "German armoured units at Arnhem" ? It sounds good but i can find almost no info on it.