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What is your favourite theatre of WW2?

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    For me, Eastern Front and The Pacific.

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    has to be the Ost front for me especially Battle for Berlin and events leading up to it.

  3. #13

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    Greece / Crete and the battle of Berlin.

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    North Africa and Italy for me, but all hold a fascination.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    I need to read more, but so far:
    Norwegian campaign(Resistance movement, the invasion, Norwegian Merchant Fleet, local history) - West-front(Market Garden/Battle of the Bulge mostly)- starting to read up on the Pacific campaign.
    Best Regards

    Vegard T.
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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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    Most interesting to me is probably the Ostfront, and then the Battle of Berlin as Robin said. I've still yet to study any particular theatre in-depth though, something I intend to do soon.

    Mat
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    Ostfront, Battle for East Prussia, German "Heimatfront" (Homefront)

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    For me it has to be Burma, The best British General by far was Bill Slim.No bickering amongst the prima donnas of the allied generals as there was in the ETO. Arnhem was a very gallant fight by the paras but flawed planning caused it to fail and it did not advance the winning of the war. No one mentions the Indian paras who fought and held the Japs at Sangshak and sacrificed themselvs in the process. The battle of Kohema was a far more bloody fight than Arnhem and proved the turning point in the battle for Burma. Truly the forgotten Army. John.

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    Ostfront. The lesser known Operation Mars, The Rzhew salient. Also the Demjansk kessel mainly the Danes fighting there.

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