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    The Bear and the Dragon, Tom Clancy.
    Editor-in-Chief
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    Angles of Attack : An A-6 Intruder Pilot's War
    by PETER HUNT

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...books&n=507846

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    • #3
      Historical Interpretations and American Historianship by Jennings B. Sanders

      Guadalcanal Diary by Richard Tregaskis

      High Druid of Shannara: Tanequil by Terry Brooks
      Stay Alert, Stay Alive!

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      • #4
        The Reformation: A History
        by Diarmaid MacCulloch

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        "It is impossible to understand modern Europe without understanding these sixteenth-century upheavals in Latin Christianity," he writes. "They represented the greatest fault line to appear in Christian culture since the Latin and Greek halves of the Roman Empire went their separate ways a thousand years before; they produced a house divided."

        Worked my way through the first 200 pages so, hope to have most of it read by the time I return to work.

        Very interesting and very well written by a man who knows his Reformation!

        Refeshing to read he advises having The Bible near at hand to follow the Theological Disputations at the heart of the split in the Western Christian Church.
        http://www.irelandinhistory.blogspot.ie/

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        • #5
          Overlord and the Battle for Normandy by Max Hastings
          Popester

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          • #6
            Clarissa Oakes by Patrick O'Brian

            To Rule The Waves by (Don't have book with me right now so don't know authour.)

            The Mask of Command by John Keegan
            There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full. -Henry Kissinger

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            • #7
              Supreme Courage: Heroic Stories from 150 Years of The Victoria Cross, General Sir Peter de la Billiere, Little, Brown, 2004.
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              • #8
                The Winter War by Bill Trotter.

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                • #9
                  The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, by Thomas E. Woods, When Character Was King, by Peggy Noonan, and (as always), The Book of Mormon.
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                  • #10
                    Last Citadel by David L. Robbins
                    Blackcloud6

                    Refighting World War II - One hex at a time!

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                    • #11
                      Don, can you give a quick review of Clancy's book, when you're done? I would like to hear some opinions about that book.

                      I've read it, but to be honest, it was the least exciting book (fiction) I've read from him. I like his clean cut characters and black and white world (moraly speaking) he paints, but this time the man went ove the top,IMHO.

                      Sorry if this is off topic. I can post my opion about the book in another thread.

                      Cheers!
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                      GEORGE:Chamberlain...you could hold his head in the toilet, he'd still give you half of Europe

                      "Seinfeld"

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                      • #12
                        "On Point", a book about the preparation and conduct of OIF by some researchers here at the CGSC. Lots of facts and statistics, as well as quotes from numerous sources on the whole op.

                        Available through the Combat Studies Institute as an online book found HERE

                        I'm also reading the last book in Stephen King's "The Dark Tower" series for my guilty pleasure!

                        Curt

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                        • #13
                          The Blitzkeig Myth by John Mosier - Christmas present
                          Black & blue from the TOAW learning curve!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Popester
                            Overlord and the Battle for Normandy by Max Hastings
                            Ace book! My favorite on the Normandy Campaign.
                            http://www.irelandinhistory.blogspot.ie/

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by CPangracs
                              "On Point", a book about the preparation and conduct of OIF by some researchers here at the CGSC. Lots of facts and statistics, as well as quotes from numerous sources on the whole op.

                              Available through the Combat Studies Institute as an online book found HERE
                              Curt
                              Is this available as PDF anywhere? I usually copy and paste online articles into word for later reading but downloading a PDF is much easier.
                              As lord and master of your grill, you will welcome any opportunity to display your grilling prowess.
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