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What are you currently reading?

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    Quote by Shadwellarmy View Post
    Thanks Aleks, Ivan's war I already got, but I will look for the others. Im on the lookout for memoirs of Soviet frontline soldiers.
    No problem.

    Like Kevin said, Amazon has some. Here's a few that I really wish to own:

    Guns Against the Reich: Memoirs of a Soviet Artillery Officer on the Eastern Front

    Red Road From Stalingrad: Recollections Of A Soviet Infantryman

    Red Partisan: The Memoirs of a Soviet Resistance Fighter on the Eastern Front



    Penalty Strike: The Memoirs of a Red Army Penal Company Commander, 1943-45

    Red Star Under the Baltic: A Soviet Submariner in World War II

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    David Littlejohn-defending the reich (the only book i own written by him)

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    Some more Russian memoirs.

    Panzer Destroyer Memoirs of a Red Army Tank Commander
    Red Sniper on the Eastern Front The Memoirs of Joseph Pilyushin
    Commanding the Red Army's Sherman Tanks The World War II Memoirs of Hero of the Soviet Union Dmitriy Loza

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    ...and some more :

    Penalty Strike: The Memoirs of a Red Army Penal Company Commander 1943-45

    Over Fields of Fire: Flying the Sturmovik in Action on the Eastern Front 1942-45

    On The Roads Of War: A Soviet Cavalryman On The Eastern Front
    (very interested in this one)

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    Default A higher call

    I'm currently reading " A Higher Call" for the 2nd time. Excellent book!book.jpg

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    I'm currently chewing through a book about the commando raid on st nazaire..

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    The Road to Armageddon; The life and letters of Lt Colonel Henry Cadogan, RWF. It covers the Late Victorian period and into the start of WWI when he was KIA.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by Aleksander P View Post
    ...and some more :

    Over Fields of Fire: Flying the Sturmovik in Action on the Eastern Front 1942-45
    All of Anna Yegorova's books are highly recommended. 'Red Sky, Black Death' is translated by Margarita Ponomaryova and American Kim Green and is an excellent book. It also has a separate lift out map of the Russian Front from Leningrad to the Caucasus.

    Cheers, Willie.

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    Reading a new one Hitler's Elite the SS 1939-45 Edited by Chris McNab from Osprey . Good over view on the SS , some interesting facts and color plates etc . I'm half way into it and it's a good read .
    Cheers Chris

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