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    Anyone with suggestions for books about luftwaffe planes (every thing that did flew for RLM -even if it was only once- paper only projects are less interesting for me) Non fiction ofcourse, and lots of picks, data, etc. It'l be appreciated.

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    I ordered " wings of the luftwaffe " by ... Winkle. for 50€, it should arrive next week. stano666: cheers: Yee!!!
    P.S. suggestions are still welcome (VERY)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexWiller View Post
    what is your favorite (fictional and non-fictional) book on ww2?
    Hi, I have to say that the book which had the greatest impact for me was the Big Show, Pierre Clostermanns famed personal account. His detailed account of combat in all it's ferocity lives long in the memory. Another personal favourite is V.E.Tarrant's historical account of our legendary battleship HMS Warspite, written with drive and a real passion for a national icon, hugely recommended.

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    Greycap Leader.
    I feel the same about Pierre Clostermann's BIG SHOW. I always remember his description of his first flight in a Hawker "Typhoon"!
    I have previously commented about reading that book.. See my earlier message #101.
    Regards and keep on reading.
    Ed.

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    As a keen enthusiast of Luftwaffe history, I can wholly recommend William Green's Warplanes of the Third Reich, which was originally published by Macdonald in 1970 (ISBN 0 02382 6). This book has since been re-published in more than one volume I believe. Another excellent suggestion would be Luftwaffe Flying Colours 1935-1945, by Michael Ullmann (ISBN 9 781902 109077). Both volumes are excellent sources of accurate information. If you need any further info, please let me know.

    Best Regards,

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    In 1999, Warplanes of the Third Reich was selling at NZ$ 970.95 for a new copy.
    That was the 1970 Edition.
    The book-seller shopowner reckoned then it would take 48 days to take delivery of the book.

    I have a copy, gifted years ago to me. I've relied on it many times over the decades, and read it cover to cover more than twice.

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    Salutations Uyraell,
    Another book which left a deep impression on me was "The Secret War" by Brian Johnston. This is book accompanied the 1976 BBC series of the same name. I still have my original 1977 copy, which has seen better times unfortunately. I have read it many times and still leaves you astounded at it's detail. I also have the series (on VHS unfortunately) and is, I believe one of the best series compiled on WW2, bettered only by the World at War. If you have not seen an edition of this fascinating book, I wholeheartedly recommend it.
    My world is surrounded by books, I count upon my library as my most valuable possession, not in monetary value of course, but as a long standing friend for which the pursuit of knowledge is the real goal in life.

    I extend to you, my very best wishes for Christmas and the New Year my friend.

    Kind Regards,
    Greycap Leader

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greycap Leader View Post
    Salutations Uyraell,
    Another book which left a deep impression on me was "The Secret War" by Brian Johnston. This is book accompanied the 1976 BBC series of the same name. I still have my original 1977 copy, which has seen better times unfortunately. I have read it many times and still leaves you astounded at it's detail. I also have the series (on VHS unfortunately) and is, I believe one of the best series compiled on WW2, bettered only by the World at War. If you have not seen an edition of this fascinating book, I wholeheartedly recommend it.
    My world is surrounded by books, I count upon my library as my most valuable possession, not in monetary value of course, but as a long standing friend for which the pursuit of knowledge is the real goal in life.

    I extend to you, my very best wishes for Christmas and the New Year my friend.

    Kind Regards,
    Greycap Leader
    Warm and Respectful Salutations, Greycap Leader.

    "The Secret War" is one of those few titles I was able to re-obtain after my then fiancee destroyed my entire book collection, both Sci-Fi and Military History. Books I had been collecting very slowly since my early teen years.

    I watched the TV series of the book, and was duly impressed with Professor R.V. Jones sagacity and modesty which contrasted very strongly with the arrogance and myopia of Lindemann/Lord Cherwell.
    In the event, Jones's views and predictions were entirely vindicated, whilst Cherwell's proved to be as ossified as the generation he came from.
    I am certain you and I are likely to enjoy many long and fruitful discussions here on this forum.

    I Thank you most cordially for your Kind wishes,
    and in my turn take this opportunity to wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year Greycap Leader my friend.

    Kind and Respectful Regards Greycap Leader, Uyraell.
    Last edited by Uyraell; 12-26-2010 at 06:59 PM. Reason: Typo.

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    "Wenn Schon, denn schon."
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    "Until you have looked into a veteran's eyes and actually seen it,
    you'll never fully understand."
    ^Uyraell^

    "Aligaes : Amore vel Ira." :
    "^Winged Ones^ : Love or Wrath."

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    THE THREADBARE BUZZARD, by Thomas M. Tomlinson offers a slightly different perspective to the US efforts early in the War, especially Naval/Marine Air activities and capabilities.

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    The Battle of Britain & Lancaster & need to read Spitfire by Leo McInstry and Operation Werwolf by Tom Kane

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    I'm currently reading "If I Survive" By George Wilson and find it to be a good read.

    At the top of my head, I remember these books being good reads. There non-fiction by the way.

    Jeff Shaara-The Rising Tide
    Jeff Shaara-The Steel Wave
    Jeff Shaara-No Less Than Victory

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleMMDCXVI View Post
    I'm currently reading "If I Survive" By George Wilson and find it to be a good read.

    At the top of my head, I remember these books being good reads. There non-fiction by the way.

    Jeff Shaara-The Rising Tide
    Jeff Shaara-The Steel Wave
    Jeff Shaara-No Less Than Victory
    I have read Shaara's books, in this genre here are some other authors (you may already know them):
    Harold Coyle
    Larry Bond
    Robert Conroy
    Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson

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    If I survive is one of my favorites!
    I also really liked Coyle’s Civil war series. Has he done any ww2 hist fiction?

    I would recommend;
    -Unless Victory comes. (Combat with a machine gunner in Patton’s third army) By Gene Garrison
    -The 18 year old replacement. Richard Kingsbury
    -For those I loved by Martin Gray (Warsaw 1939)
    David stone’s Fighting for the Fatherland: A history of the German soldier from 1648 to the present day.

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    In reply to my earlier post where I said the books were non-fiction I should have said they were historical fiction. My bad.

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    looks like a good book
    Uniforms and bayonets from 1841 until 1945
    https://filepost.com/files/b14f3eb4/..._1841-1945.pdf
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