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Recent Customer Reviews in Military History

  • Blind Man's Bluff

    Jul 6, 2008

    rolnjoe  from calif, Rating:5.0

    A great insite into the cold war tactics used by the U.S. The well written manuscript captures one as if it were a fiction novel, which adds to the intrique knowing that it is based of facts.

  • Kill Anything That Moves

    Feb 26, 2013

    service1019  from North Carolina, Rating:5.0

    very telling. Sorry to hear of our actions, but war is hell anyway you cut it. We did not know who the enemy was.

  • Jun 27, 2010

    downhomealabama  from navy vet, live in alabama have done much research, Rating:5.0

    another accurate and lifelike account of our guys on the ground in SE Asia

  • The Day of Battle

    Nov 26, 2007

    spec1963  from Denver, Colorado, Rating:5.0

    The second volume in a trilogy by Rick Atkinson on the US Army in Europe during World War II, Day of Battle describes the invasions of Sicily and Italy and the subsequent struggle up the Italian Peninsula. Atkinson brings this frequently neglected story to life with eye witness accounts based on extensive research. When one GI learned that it cost the Allies about $2500 to kill each enemy soldier in Italy, he confided to his diary that it would be better to just buy the enemy out and let everyone go home. Atkinson┐s deft handling of personalities is enlightening. While the battle raged to advance on Rome, Gen George Patton paced the marble floors of his palatial headquarters in Palermo -- banished from the action by his inexcusable assault on two American soldiers suffering from battle fatigue. Overshadowing Allied plans and operations in Italy, the buildup and planning for OVERLORD goes forward in Great Britain. Highly recommended.

  • Jun 27, 2010

    downhomealabama  from navy vet, live in alabama have done much research, Rating:5.0

    attention getting reports from the guys that helped write the book on jungle warfare...... many of whom are friends of mine now. Glad they made it back to the world. Many didn't make it so the others had to do a tremendous job and unbeliveable job under very adverse conditions and risks to their lives. Almost inpossible tasks completed against unrelenting dangers and odds of them making it back alive. definately a great read hard to put it down.

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