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    I'm currently reading 'The Thin Red Line'. Great book so far!

    Josh

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    the sea eagle WW1 von Luckner.

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    in german der seeadler.

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    I'm almost done reading sniper on the eastern front i'm at chapter 14 now.
    If this is done i will read Blood red snow.

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    Just started a book about the Artist Rifles & finished a book about DCM's which I thought was good if you like that sort of thing?.. Cheers Terry.61qbSh8t5rL.jpg51X2FNcweBL.jpg

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    Thank you for sharing your books guys, I've found a plenty of new interesting ones!

    I've read books that are in Finnish, for some while now, so these might be a bit boring for most collectors.

    My ongoing book currently is: Ryssäviha: Venäjän-pelon historia, simply put: (Russophobia: History of the fear of Russia). It is an interesting study on the russophobia that takes place in Finland, which really shouldn't be called Russophobia, since it can be a different and a more broad thing. It also studies russophobia in other countries too, but focuses on Finland. The word "Ryssäviha" is quite impossible to translate, but it means "Russkie hate", when translated very crudely.

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    Just bought: Sopwith Camel (Air Vanguard).

    Unlike quite a number of WW1 aeroplane books I am finding it well written and interesting.

    Cheers
    Tim

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    And BTW I'm currently reading it on an iPad so I can see the colour plates!

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    Totally recommend blood red snow, incredible reading

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    Quote by Kevin Grootaers View Post
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    I'm almost done reading sniper on the eastern front i'm at chapter 14 now.
    If this is done i will read Blood red snow.
    Both excellent reads!

    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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