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99th Infantry Battalion (Norwegian) Battle of the Bulge

99th Battalion : The Long Way Home A Review by Erik Brun 99th Battalion by Gerd Nyquist, Aperture Press, LLC, 201 Washington Street, Suite 533 Reading, PA 19601 Available for the first time to the English-reading public is a history of one of the most unusual units in WWII. The book itself has long been available in...

Command is Forward – (101/26-YD) – Sgt James C. Haahr

James 'Jimbo' Haahr is, first a friend of mine and a Combat Infantry Veteran of World War II. He served in the European Theater with Charlie Company of the 101st Infantry Regiment of the 26th Infantry Division (the Yankee Division) in Gen George S. Patton's Third Army. He was wounded in action twice in...

D-Day 1944 The Making of Victory (Anthony Tucker-Jones)

Just in from Anthony, a splendid book which his a so called 'Must Read'. Two years earlier the Dieppe Raid had ended in disaster – despite their meticulous planning the Allies feared Operation Overlord might go the same way. Instead D-Day proved an incredible success; however, what followed was marred by serious mistakes on both...

Forever is Not for Everyone – Betsy Durkin Matthes (507-PIR)

This book was in the mailbox today. I will read it and review it but having checked some pages already I can tell you that I am gonna like this story about a man, another exceptional man from the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment. Dear Betsy, thank you for the book and the dedicate in it. As...

MP Platoon – 2-ID – Defining Moment at Wirtzfeld – James D. Edwards

This book is intended to honor all veterans for their sacrifices on the battlefields of the European and Pacific theaters during World War II. It further honors military police everywhere who have served America in the honorable tradition of military service, exemplifying high levels of esprit de corps. It brings recognition to one of...

Shot Down – The true story of Howard Snyder & his crew (B-17 Susan Ruth)

Shot Down is about author Steve Snyder's father, Howard Snyder, the ten man crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth, and the unique experiences of each man after their plane was knocked out of the sky by German fighters over the French-Belgian border on February 8 1944. Some men died. Some were captured and became...

The Accidental Admiral – Adm. James Stavridis, USN (Ret.)

I received this book for examination from the US Naval Institute. Judy Heise (US Naval Institute) thought that would be a good idea and this was indeed a good idea. So I started to read this working copy. To be correct and to say the true I tried to read this book but I was...

The Art of War (Sun Tzu’s) Anthony Tucker-Jones

Just in right from Anthony Tucker-Jones. And of course another must read. I have spent a week in this book and I love it. Really well done. A new illustrated edition of Sun Tzu's classic ancient Chinese meditation on military strategy and human psychology, with a new commentary that highlight its continued relevance for modern...

The Civilian Bomb Disposing Earl – Kerin Freeman

This is another book which was sent to me for review and I have to say that it was a very interesting reading, especially when the Author is a Lady. Some women are really amazing. I mean really amazing. What would you say if I tell you that I know one who has done...
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54-SB – Sgt Thomas E. Warner – (Dad’s Footsteps)

This is a really nice set of photos (Belgium - Battle of the Bulge), never published before, and sent...
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