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  1. #136
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    One of my favourites is the book, Sniper on the Eastern Front - The Memoirs of Sepp Allerberger Knights Cross.
    A sniper in the German army, he was credited with 257 kills and it is a no nonsense book,
    I mean, snipers see where they shoot at, from very close, and he tells you about it.

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    Default Wwii memorial: Jewel of the mall

    WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall is a 90 page full-color photographic book on the WWII Memorial with an introduction by Senator Robert Dole and photographs by renowned photographer Stephen R. Brown. The photographs are exclusive never-to-be duplicated images as Stephen R. Brown had access to the site and cranes as the Memorial was built. Panoramic scenes of the new face of the Mall comprise seventy-five pages of the book while the other fifteen are a documentary of the creation and installation of the sculpture and Marble ornamentation that is part of this new memorial. The book is sold on the Mall at various outlets and at discount prices to veteran's groups. There is a new edition out this Spring containing 28 more pages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexWiller View Post
    what is your favorite (fictional and non-fictional) book on ww2?
    WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL: Jewel of the Mall. World War II Memorial: Jewel of the
    Mall is a 120 page full-color photographic book on the WWII Memorial with an introduction
    by Senator Robert Dole and photographs by renowned photographer Stephen R.
    Brown. The photographs are exclusive never-to-be duplicated images as Stephen R. Brown
    had access to the site and cranes as the Memorial was built. He also photographed the creation
    of the 18-foot high 80,000-pound bronze sculptural eagles and related pieces, which
    adorn the Memorial. The documentation of the “lost wax” process in itself is a unique peak
    into sculptural history. The book features panoramic scenes of the new face of the Mall;
    documentary of the creation and installation of the sculpture and marble ornamentation
    that is part of this new memorial; and a section entitled “A Living Memorial” which focuses
    on the day-to-day activities, to include Honor Flights, that make this memorial so vibrant.
    Brown has sold over 100,000 WWII Memorial books through the Smithsonian and National
    Parks Service bookstores and to a number of Veteran and Civic Associations. The book
    is without doubt the most accomplished photographic survey of a Memorial, which stands
    between the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial and is just three blocks away
    from the White House. 15 to 20 Million visitors go through the WWII Memorial every year
    so it has become the most beloved of memorials.
    The book has its own website and an accompanying blog on activities that revolve around
    the WWII Memorial. This blog has produced a number of articles about the book. Honor
    Flight has bought forty thousand books for their veterans so proud veterans of the Honor
    Flight experience are distributing it all over the country. Brown regularly appears on
    WTTG Washington to speak about photography and the Mall.
    A sample review:
    “This is a powerful book. It will please your eye and bring your patriotic
    juices to boil. One caveat: If you have fancied yourself a fair photographer,
    paging through this book may make you want to take your camera out of
    the case and throw it away....I’m not sure how many photo books of the
    World War II Memorial you think you need, but if you can only get one,
    this should be it”
    - Bob Janiskee, National Parks Traveler
    Stephen R. Brown has been a professional photographer and writer for thirty-five years.
    His images and articles on photography have appeared in Smithsonian, Life, Newsweek,
    Time, Fortune, the New York Times, National Geographic Books, Broadcasting & Cable,
    American Photo, Photo Techniques, etc. His work been exhibited in solo shows here and
    abroad and in “Indelible Images: 100 Years of War Photography” and “Odyssey: 100 Years of
    NGS Photography,” both of which were initiated at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and traveled
    around the world. His work is available at stephenbrownphoto.com
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    I'm not sure if these books have been mentioned,

    Hitler's Plot to Kill the Big Three, by Laslo Havas .

    Disaster at Bari, Glenn B Infield.

    I have several others, but these come to mind at the moment.

    I have read many mentioned, but it looks as I have more reading to do.
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    Some good suggestions for reads in this thread. Agree re. "Tigers in the Mud", by Otto Carius. Carius has a somewhat stiff writing style but (at least in the Stackpole English translation) very readable. Essential reading for the tank-inclined. I might also mention "T-34 in Action - Soviet Tank Troops in WWII", by Artem Drabkin and Oleg Shermet (team translators), another Stackpole publication.

    Regarding "The Forgotten Soldier", this memoir has been the subject of some controversy, owing to certain alleged "improbabilities" surrounding the circumstances of the author, and particular errors in the text (for example, over the sleeve on which "Grossdeutschland" soldiers wore their honor cuffbands, left or right). However, overall, making allowances for possible lapses of memory, "The Forgotten Soldier" seems to me both plausible and credible. It is certainly a very good read. Best regards, JR.

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    Another recommendation that I'm halfway through at the moment - Britain's War Machine by David Edgerton. So far it's very good - I don't agree with all of it, but it does for the UK economy what Wages of Destruction does for the German one. Reading the two together (and you can tell that Edgerton was heavily influenced by Tooze) and a lot of things suddenly make a lot more sense.
    I have neither the time nor the inclination to differentiate between the incompetent and the merely unfortunate - Curtis E LeMay

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    I heard that author is pretty good right?

    Life is short... We should then cherish every sec of it.

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    You'll be sor-ree! By Sid Phillips
    Parachute Infantry by David Kenyon Webster
    Voices of the Pacific by Adam Mako
    Unless victory comes by Gene Garrison
    If you Survive by George Wilson
    Strong Men Armed by Robert Leckie
    The last stand of fox company by Bob Drury and Tom calvin ( its the Korea war but its real good)
    Band of Brother by (of course) Stephen E. Ambrose
    D-day (and) Wild Blue also by Stephen E. Ambrose
    Citizen soldier by Stephen Ambrose

    Life is short... We should then cherish every sec of it.

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    Good.Fictional one.Like it!

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    Wow ! How easy is it to get banned around here - is this a record ? Or is there Something I Don't Know ... ? JR.

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    [QUOTE=JR*;193573]Wow ! How easy is it to get banned around here - is this a record ? Or is there Something I Don't Know ... ? JR.[/QUOTE
    'Tis the Spamming Season. Besides, a couple of mortal sins aside, it's really not at that easy to be banned here.
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    Wow that one new guy got banned pretty quickly, though I feel like it was a member from the site just making a new account to just spam till they got banned...

    Life is short... We should then cherish every sec of it.

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    To answer concerns, the banned party had placed Spam in their profile having to do with women's clothing, it was not due to the post they made in this thread. Profile Spam shows up fairly often, and especially during the Holiday Season. The Site has had a rash of Profile Spammers of late. The Staff has the job of keeping it from polluting the Boards, and offending the delicate sensibilities of our members.
    Since other Spammers will look up the exploits of their fellows, if they find other offenders have been banned, they may just pass us by.
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    Neither one tastes very good, but the Ultra Dry does give one fresh breath.
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