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    Best WWII Books:

    Atchung Panzer! : Heinz Guderian
    Turning the Tides; Decicesive Battles of the Second World War: Nigel Cawthorne
    The Diary of Anne Frank
    Duel of Eagles: Peter Townsend




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    my fav WWII book is soldier boys

    well thats the only WWII book i have read

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    I read a Battle for Moscow .Very good book.


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    I would like to ask you what you think are really good books on the aircraft of the Second world war. It can be about the pilots who flew, the history of, or even the very technical stuff.

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    Generally, Osprey Aircraft Series could be a good choice.

    http://xml.amazon.com/onca/xml2?dev-....com/wse25.xsl
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    For WW2 Romania:


    Edited in English and Romanian

    Available at www.modelism.ro
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    nobody else!?

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    ...right so I am thinking of the following, please feel free to post what you think.


    -Aircraft of WWII by Stewart Wilson
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...books&n=507846

    -Griffon-Powered Spitfires by Kev Darling

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...books&n=507846

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    Quote Originally Posted by PzKpfw VI Tiger
    Best WWII Books:
    Turning the Tides; Decicesive Battles of the Second World War: Nigel Cawthorne
    I got that book. It was alright. Good for an overview and the basics.[/quote]

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    SAM, I hardly recommend you:
    http://www.saairforce.co.za/reviews/review85saaf.htm
    Check it out mate!

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    85 Years of the SAAF
    By Winston Brent
    To be released July/August 2005!

    This book records the individual aircraft histories of the thousands of aircraft that have worn the SAAF roundal or insignia over the past 85 years.
    This book is for the casual or serious researcher of the SAAF as the stories of action by the pilots and aircrews have been recorded on other publications. Previous publications have recorded the names of those pilots and aircrew who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of South Africa. This book goes a step further and the aircraft type, squadron and serial is identified by cross-reference to the individual aircraft, the incident or action can be identified.
    There are three Rolls of Honour covering the three eras of the SAAF: 1921 - 1939, WWII 1949 - 1947, and post war 1947 - 2005. The Rolls are in chronological order and include the aircraft type, serial and squadron.
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    Looks good! I think I wait till the price drops :wink:

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    Default GOOD BOOKS

    Well, heres a partial list of good ww2 books that i've read/am reading last year:

    The battle of kursk, glantz

    Colossus reborn the red army 1941-1943 (Its a giant book, with everything you need to know about how the red army, actually too giant, haven't finished it yet)

    When titans clashed (good book summing up the ostfront)

    Siege of Leningrad,glantz (prob, the best book about leningrad)

    Overlord, hastings( objective view on fighting in the normandy from both sides, as well as strengths/weaknesses of allied/axis forces)

    armageddon, hastings (objective view on fighting in the west from both sides, futher accessment of strengths/weaknesses of allied/axis forces)

    the forgotten soldier(panzergrenadier corporal's memoir)

    in deadly combat (recon major memoir)

    panzer commander( colonel hans von luck, commander of 21st panzer armored regiment)

    armored battles of the waffen-ss (1943-45) ( a bit biased, but exciting book with descriptive fighting in all waffen-ss fronts/campaigns)

    Grenadiers (again, a bit biased, a lot of action, written by Kurt meyer)

    the 12th ss 1,2 (not done reading yet, but very good books about the creation, training, and deployment of the 12ss in the west)

    The SS:Hitler's Instrument of Terror(sums up the normal and bad of the SS organizaiton)


    Who has read any of these books? Opinions?

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    I have got panzer commander but havent read it yet and have read part of
    Colossus reborn the red army 1941-1943.

    I am currently reading "Soviet Military power" and "D-day"

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    I read battles in Africa ,Tobruk is very good ,Australian defend Town ,with only one division ,against germans and italians,very goos stuff.


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    Sorry for such a late reply, a pretty good book on the battle of britan: Duel of Eagles, written by Peter Townsend




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