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    The best bit of advice you're gonna get on here today regarding holiday reading is, if the sunbeds surrounding yours look like this from around 6 a.m......

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    Then whatever your reading is best disguised like this......

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    What about some Heinz Konsalik buy 3 or 4 though or even kostov .. Pure fiction but good for a giggle.

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    A big thanks to Dave Sandgroper for his recommendation! Agent Zigzag was an amazing book !

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Cheers Nick! I'm glad you liked it mate, I reckon it's a fantastic read too!

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    If you like Ambrose, Citizen Soldiers is good, or Pegasus Bridge. Beevor's Crete, or Berlin are also worth a read. In fact anything Beevor. I am reading his Stalingrad again at the moment and it is epic. Len Deighton's Blitzkrieg is also great.

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    I agree with you mate, Antony Beevors books are really good, I've got Crete, Berlin and Stalingrad and have enjoyed all three.

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    Most of the stuff by Tony Le Tissier is pretty good!....
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    As recommended above, Anthony Beevor's 'Berlin-The Downfall' and 'Stalingrad' are gripping.

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    It's been a while since I read it, but " In Deadly Combat", by Gottlob Biederman was very good. He was an infantry officer on the Eastern Front.
    I just finished "Angriff" by Jason Mark, a detailed photo history of the attack on Stalingrad, and enjoyed it very much. It's expensive, though.
    Oh, almost forgot; "Stuka Pilot", by Helmut Mahle. He was one of the early stuka "aces."

    BobS

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