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    The Propaganda War in the Rhineland: Weimar Germany, Race and Occupation after World War I

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    • Journals of Major Robert Rogers - Robert Rogers
      "War is sorrowful, but there is one thing infinitely more horrible than the worst horrors of war, and that is the feeling that nothing is worth fighting for..."
      -- Harper's Weekly, December 31, 1864

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      • I just finished two, Those Angry Days by Lynne Olson about the struggle between the Interventionist and the Isolationists from 1939- 1941 and Bunker Hill by Nathaniel Philbrick and recommend them both.

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        • Recently finished For Whom the Bell Tolls. No more time for recreational reading until next year, though.

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          • Re-reading both Ron Chernow's Washington: A Life and Eric Wittenburg's One Continuous Fight.
            Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

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            • Reading Japan's Greatest victory, Britain's Worst Defeat written by the Operations Officer 25th Japanese Army who planned the Malaya invasion for Yamashita for a future What Next General article in ACG.
              Leadership is the ability to rise above conventional wisdom.

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              • Они нам не товарищи: Bермахт и советские военнопленные в 1941-1945 гг. [They are not our comrades: The Wehrmacht and Soviet prisoners of war 1941-1945], Christian Streit, translated from the German by I. Diakonova.


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                • ...how useless it was to struggle against fortune, this being the burden of wisdom which the ages had bequeathed to him.

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                  • The Unknown Force: Black, Indian and Coloured Soldiers through Two World Wars by Ian Gleeson (part of the South African military series) and



                    The Italian Army in Slovenia: Strategies of Antipartisan Repression, 1941-1943
                    Last edited by CarpeDiem; 18 Aug 13, 22:06.

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                    • For maverick Lapd homicide detective Harry Bosch, the body in the drainpipe at Mulholland Dam is more than another anonymous statistic. This one is personal...because the murdered man was a fellow Vietnam "tunnel rat" who had fought side by side with him in a hellish underground war. Now Bosch is about to relive the horror of Nam. From a dangerous maze of blind alleys to a daring criminal heist beneath the city, his survival instincts will once again be tested to their limit. Pitted against enemies inside his own department and forced to make the agonizing choice between justice and vengeance, Bosch goes on the hunt for a killer whose true face will shock him
                      Its good too.
                      This bass guitar kills TERRORISTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                      • Just finished

                        Six Frigates



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                        Gates of Fire



                        Then I started gaming instead of reading.
                        Any metaphor will tear if stretched over too much reality.

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                        • Originally posted by GCoyote View Post
                          Six Frigates



                          &

                          Gates of Fire
                          Not bad books at all
                          BoRG

                          You may not be interested in War, but War is interested in You - Leon Trotski, June 1919.

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                          • Shantaram

                            Belatedly I'll start Shantaram.

                            BoRG

                            You may not be interested in War, but War is interested in You - Leon Trotski, June 1919.

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                            • Where did you find this one?

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                              • Originally posted by Capt AFB View Post
                                Where did you find this one?
                                You do realize there is a link to amazon below the picture right?
                                If the art of war were nothing but the art of avoiding risks,glory would become the prey of mediocre minds. Napoleon

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