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    I'm currently reading my new book. I'm going through it before submitting it to the publisher. The possible title is... The Toughest Nut to Crack - Andersonstown. It is the full account of the tour in Belfast carried out by 9(Plassey) Battery in 1971/72. We almost destroyed 1st Battalion Belfast Brigade, Provisional IRA. Its due out in the first half of next year. The possible picture for the cover is....

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    Books published to date... 'Belfast Diaries: A Gunner In Northern Ireland'... 'A Tough Nut To Crack - Andersonstown'... 'An Accrington Pal: The Diaries of Pte Jack Smallshaw, September 1914 To March 1919'.

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    Books that i am currently reading...
    The history of the german army by Jacques Besnoit-Méchin is one of the best, perhaps the best, work ever written on the german army of the first half of the XXth century...

    "Jacques Michel Gabriel Paul Benoist-Méchin, born July 1, 1901 in Paris 17e, and died February 24, 1983 is an intellectual, journalist, historian, musicologist and French politician; he was sentenced to death in 1947 for collaborationist during the German occupation, before being pardoned. As a historian, he is a specialist of the German Army and the Arab world" (from Wikipedia).



    "I didn't use any weapon in combat during the war, but i killed hundreds, perhaps thousands of men...they're now at the bottom of the sea"
    Walter Borg (ex-MI6) Agent and radio operator in Malta, Tunisia and Italy between 1941 and 1945. Arrested twice, tortured twice, escaped twice, survived the war...

    "The future torments us, the past holds us, that is why the present escapes us."
    Gustave Flaubert

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    I'm reading this one and it does not disappoint.

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    I saw the mini-series "Band of Brothers" so I thought I'd get the book. So far it's great!

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    Thanks guys for sharing these, keep them coming !

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    Quote by wharfrat57 View Post
    I saw the mini-series "Band of Brothers" so I thought I'd get the book. So far it's great!
    Anything by Ambrose is worth reading. D-Day, Citizen Soldiers,and Pegasus Bridge are particularly good.

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    Blood, Steel, and Myth: The II.SS-Panzer-Korps and the Road to Prochorowka by George Nipe Jr.

    I started this about 3 months ago, it's a great read but a serious slog to get through. (plus it's so heavy my arms get tired if trying to read in bed!)

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