Some excellent books on WW2

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  1. Vassili Zaitzev

    Vassili Zaitzev Well-Known Member

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    I have read Cornelius Ryans A Bridge Too Far, Gordon Pranges Miracle At Midway, and Stephen Ambroses Band Of Brothers and Pegasus Bridge. I've read em, I like em. Anybody else read these books and have other books on WW2 which are excellent. [/u]
     
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    An Army at Dawn by Rick Atkinson is great (part of a trilogy following the American military in Europe), also A Time for Trumpets: The Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge and All American, All the Way are two great reads.
     
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    Monte Cassino by Matthew Parker

    Burma - The Forgotten War by Jon Latimer

    Panzer Leader by Heinz Guderian

    Are all good reads.
     
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