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    there is the 82nd airbornes' complete combat history out in bookstores now. ITs 800 pages, and documents Every combat action of the 82nd. I skimmed through it, and its "action-packed". Mr.Nordyke knows his military equipment, as well as making the book very readable.

    The only flaw is that the book isn't objective, its heavily tuned to a pro-american slant. In fact, i've rarely read a book so americanized. With chapters like "My God,Matt, can't anything stop these men"

    still recommend it, though

    interesting in that the 82nd, besides engagements with/ low quality troops or regular troops, paid a disportionate toll in blood against the hermann goering panzer division, and 1st SSLAH, 2nd SS das reich.


    All American, All The Way: The Combat History Of The 82nd Airborne Division In World War II by Phil Nordyke

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    John Corsellis, Marcus Ferrar: Slovenia 1945- Memories of death and survival after world war II; I.B. Taurius, Great Britain

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    D-DAY the invasion of europe by the editors of american heritage

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    My fav is American Caesar by William Manchester. Absolutely beautiful writing style plus a very comprehensive look on Douglas MacArthur's life. No wonder Manchester was noted as one of the greatest history writers of our time.
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    I'm currently reading Shattered Sword by Jonathan Parshall and Anthony Tully. I'm about half way through the 600-page book. It is simply *the* best book on the Battle of Midway I've ever come across, and I don't even need to mention the fact that Jon and Tony's dedicated research uncovered a lot of facts that the western world had taken for granted about the battle were WRONG. Excellent read.
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    My favourite is "Winter" forget who is the auther though. Also novels by Sven Hassell are very good too

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    Default WWII BOOKS

    I am in search of a WWII book that was written while the war was in progress. I know that this book is real and that I did not dream about it. While visiting at a party with members from the 101st Airborne division (Band of Brothers) one of the re-enactors was there getting autographs and had the book with him. I forget what the name is. I was also told that with the help of **** Winters and others during the filming of Band of Brothers that this book was also used so that the movie would be accurate. Any ideas out there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando Jordovski
    My favourite book which im still reading!! has to be " D-Day" by Stephen E. Ambrose.
    Any one else read this book ?
    Read that.....Excellent book. Now reading the "sequal" Citizen Soldiers. Highly recommended.

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    I'm currently reading "Path to Victory: The mediterranean Theater in WWII" by Douglas Porch. Haven't gotten far enough in it yet to form an opinion, but has, thus far, kept my interest.

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    I would recommend Luftwaffe Aces.
    Luftwaffe Aces
    The auther also does Infantry Aces, and Panzer Aces.
    I recommend them all. There filled with exciting stories and first hand accounts on
    the battle field by the real men that he interviews.

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    Right, nice book. I read it last year.

    By the way, that is a neat signature/avatar!

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    That sig is very cool, did you make it yourself? If so what effects did you add to it, it certainly rocks!



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    Thanks for the complements on the signature. But no I didn't make it. I had it made at another forum. The address is on the bottom right hand corner.

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    Flyboys--James Bradley

    Band of Brother-Stephen Ambrose

    Origins of the Second World War--A.J.P. Taylor

    I am looking for a good first person aaccount from a Luftwaffe pilot if anyone has any recommendations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaistGunner
    I am looking for a good first person aaccount from a Luftwaffe pilot if anyone has any recommendations.
    Here you go:


    http://d89156.i50.quadrahosting.com....62&cPath=23_25

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    Thank you for the reccomendation. I'll go to Amzon today to see if they have it.

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