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Anthony Beevor’s Epic new history of World War II

There is little doubt that these are the golden years of World War II research, as literary giants stalk the

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The end in Germany, 1945

A new book details just how prevalent suicide was in Germany as the Red Army came rolling through in 1944-45.

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SEPTEMBER HOPE: THE AMERICAN SIDE OF A BRIDGE TOO FAR by John C. McManus

Operation Market-Garden was one of the strangest battles of World War II. A bold stroke to win the war early

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PANZER-GUNNER by Bruno Friesen

PANZER GUNNER: FROM MY NATIVE CANADA TO THE GERMAN OSTFRONT AND BACK, IN ACTION WITH 25THTH PANZER REGIMENT, 7 PANZER

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Deathride by John Mosier

DEATHRIDE BY John Mosier Mosier’s usually revisionist outlook holds true as he takes on the largest war ever fought, the

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Norwich under the gun

Perhaps because they were the ones most traumatized by World War II, in Europe books on every conceivable topic about

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Infantry Tactics of World War II

Terrific review of what looks to be a long-overdue book for World War II buffs. Great Father’s Day gift folks.

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Das Reich V 1943-1945 by Otto Weidinger; A Review

Das Reich V 1943-1945, 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich by Otto Weidinger. J.J. Fedorowicz, 2012. When one finds a

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HITLERLAND by Andrew Nagorski

Two days in a row…hey, anything for my bookies! Anyway, this is a great review and I have never known

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Estonians – Book Review

For all of you World War II bookies out there, here’s a review from one of the more obscure corners

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