Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Satori Brah, Jul 5, 2014.
Looking for your favorite WWII book recommendations
Band of Brothers and With the Old Breed are ones I've read recently.
with the old breed is a great book
The Forgotten Soldier by Guy Sajer
looks interesting.... thanks
In Deadly Combat by Gottlob Herbert Bidermann
You have any from American's perspective, you kraut bastard?
I've got some from the Russian perspective.
Just so you know, the European theatre was fought between the Krauts and the Russkies.
We beat Japan, but Russia beat the Nazis.
Oh........yeah......pffffft, I knew that
I gotta get one of these books ASAP
You want a USA account?
Here's the best seller: Company Commander by Charles B. Macdonald.
Here's a good one from the russkies:
From Stalingrad to Pillau by Isaak Kobylyanskiy
Another good Kraut book:
At Leningrad's Gates by William Lubbeck
Unless you were in a B-17 that day
60 bombers, 3 P-47s, and 2 Spitfires lost
58-95 bombers heavily damaged
7 KIA, 21 WIA, 557 MIA or POW
Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.
you got something like Hogan's Heroes?