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  • Paul Mann III
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    Originally posted by Duncan View Post
    Interviews with Manuel Pineiro and his association with Guevara. Mostly post revolution topics.

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    What was the takeaway?

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  • Duncan
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    Interesting military science fiction. Short comic book series. I have a reading copy and this one for collecting.

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  • Duncan
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    Great book as long as you remember it's a narrative.

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  • Duncan
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    Interviews with Manuel Pineiro and his association with Guevara. Mostly post revolution topics.

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  • Duncan
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    Castro's thoughts on the Cold War. An interesting perspective.

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  • Paul Mann III
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    Originally posted by Pruitt View Post
    Good to see you back Cody!
    Thanks! I have missed this place. Looks like there is work to do.

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  • Pruitt
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    Good to see you back Cody!

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  • Paul Mann III
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    Iím working my way through the compiled Walking Dead comics.



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wa...d_(comic_book)

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  • Skoblin
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    Sindikat-2: GPU protiv Savinkova [Syndicate-2: The GPU versus Savinkov]. O.B. Mozokhin and V.N. Safonov.
    The capture of Russian revolutionary and counter-revolutionary Boris Savinkov by the Soviet secret service in 1924.

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  • Pruitt
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    I am about halfway through with: "Kings and Pawns", by James Nelson.

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  • warmoviebuff
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    I am currently reading "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" (actually I am listening to it on Audible) for the third time. It is an amazing achievement by William Shirer and still the best book on the subject, in my opinion. I first read it in high school. Excuse me for saying this, but some of the stuff in the book reminds me of America today.

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  • panther3485
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    Recently acquired another book on warships:

    Warrior to Dreadnought - Warship Design and Development 1860-1905, by David K Brown, Seaforth Publishing.

    I'm about 1/3rd of the way through it and I already think it's among the best and most thoroughly researched books on warships I've yet seen.
    It is also just barely "in the nick of time" because it bears substantially on some of the material I'll be covering in the next Warships Tournament. ....
    Speaking of which, today I must update my progress in the appropriate thread.

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  • Duncan
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  • 101combatvet
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    Pit Beef

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  • Tsar
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    Why Germany nearly won.

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