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    Default favorite books

    what is your favorite (fictional and non-fictional) book on ww2?

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    New book forum. Yea The admin asked me to move books topics in here. If you remember any books that you have meantioned in the past please post them in here. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm
    New book forum. Yea The admin asked me to move books topics in here. If you remember any books that you have meantioned in the past please post them in here. Thanks.
    I thought it was an excellent book also - and the brst bit being that it was a neutral view until Dec 7 1941 also !.

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    A favorite book of mine. William Shrier's Rise and Fall of the 3rd Reich. Great book that give alot of insight into the background and inner working of Hitler's empire. I suggest everyone interested in WW2 read it.

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    I reccomend a fictional book called Garden Of Beasts By Jeffery Deaver its a new book about a guy who tries to assasinate an important official in the German governmant. Most of its fictional, however allot info is actually facts and makes you feel what it was like to live in Germany around 1936 when Hitler was preparing for war. A good page turner, I finished it in under a week.

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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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    The Secret Diary of Anne Frank. Anne Frank
    The Gurkha's "Better to die than be a Coward" John Parker 1988

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    Fictional one.
    Neal Town Stephenson
    "Cryptonomicon"
    Great book. Strongly recommended.
    http://www.cryptonomicon.com/main.html

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    Winter Fire was good 8)
    German Boy was good as well
    Rise and Fall of the 3rd Reich as stated above was also an excellent read.

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    Defeat into Victory by Field Marshal Slim. Probably the only book written by a WW2 general who could actually write, and Slim was quite possibly the best general on any side in WW2.

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    My favorite book is: Konvoy PQ-17

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    I flew for the fuhrer

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    is Clay Blairs 2 volume set on Hitlers U-Boat War !

    They are an excellent read, with a load of details, and very informative !.

    Well worth buying , if you like naval history

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    Welcome aboard Toni. Toni is an old friend of mine who I have finally persuaded to join the forum.

    I'll let him tell you about himself, but he is another welcome Polish addition.

    Enjoy the forum matey.

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    G'day,

    I've already mentioned JV44 Galland's Circus on it's own thread. I guess my all time favourite is The Blond Knight Of Germany by Raymond F Toliver and Trevor J Constable. A fascinating story about Eric Hartmann.

    The First And The Last by Adolf Galland.

    Dresden by Frederick Taylor, a very well written book which dispells many of the myths about the Dresden raid.

    Business In Great Waters-The U-Boat Wars 1916-1945.

    Regards to all,
    Digger.

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