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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfgang Von Gottberg View Post
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    I am going to see if I can rent that book at the nearest library. Hopefully they have it there.
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    Default A few good WW2 Books

    Having a large collection of military memoirs, I have a couple good WW2 memoirs as well.

    Blood Red Snow~It's from a german machine gunner's perpective of fighting Russia in Stalingrad. Plenty of action, and a good read for a WW2 buff.

    Currahee! ~ A great memoir about a 101st Airborne Trooper's experiance dropping in Normandy.

    Any else have any other suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vassili Chukolov View Post
    Currahee! ~ A great memoir about a 101st Airborne Trooper's experiance dropping in Normandy.
    Burgett's other books are great as well.

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    The Road To Arnhem is another good one. Probably one of my favorites from his.
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    The forgotten soldier by Guy Sajer

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    I liked The Longest Day: June 6, 1944 by Cornelius Ryan.

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    No Bended Knee by Gen. Merrill Twining, USMC. It's a memoir of the Guadalcanal Campaign. I'm reading it now and it is quite well done. Guadalcanal was one of the two great allied victories of 1942, and the turning point of the Pacific war on land.

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    My favourites:
    Aline Sax - No step behind (geen stap terug)
    John McAleer & Billy ****son - Unit Pride
    Evan Hunter - Sons
    Frederick Forsyth - The Odessa File
    Michael Romse - Camp Massacre
    Leon Uris - Battle Cry
    John Harris - The fox from his lair
    John Brason - Secret Army
    Robert Birton - Moment of glory
    Ray Rigby - The hill
    And everything from Kirst.

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    I just picked up another good one: Parachute Infantry by David Kenyon Webster. Yes, the same Webster who was part of the Band of Brothers. This book is pretty much the miniseries from his point of view.

    Speaking of which, did anyone read Ambrose's Band of Brothers? If anyone did, can he tell me if it's any good?

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    Default Re: GOOD BOOKS

    the forgotten soldier by guy sayer is worth a read if i recall it is about the brandenburg division but i might be wrong.

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    the book by ambrose band of brothers is well worth reading !

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    So is "Pegasus Bridge."

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    Alan Clark "Barbarossa"
    Eric von Mainstain "Lost victories"

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    Here's a great book I read recently:

    The Greatest US Marine Corps Stories Ever Told
    http://ww2db.com/read.php?read_id=76

    It's not all WW2, but a good chunk of it is. Through stories of individual Marines, this book nicely introduces the Marine spirit. Very readable and very enjoyable. I really highly recommend it.
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    "Enemy at the Gates" by William Craig was my first and still favorite WWII book.

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