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Win This Game With More Than Bullets  |  1 Comment

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Capt. Dale Dye's WW II Reading List  |  3 Comments

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New Book Charts the Air War Against Japan  |  1 Comment

Book Review: The Victors: Eisenhower and his Boys: The Men of World War II (by Stephen E. Ambrose) : WW2  | 

Book Review: Janey: A Little Plane in a Big War (by Alfred W. Schultz with Kirk Neff) : WW2  |  1 Comment

Book Review: Japan's Secret War: Japan's Race Against Time to Build Its Own Atomic Bomb (Robert K. Wilcox): WWII  |  6 Comments

Book Review: Mr. Truman's War: The Final Victories of World War II and the Birth of the Post War World (J. Robert Moskin) : WW2  | 

Book Review: Mussolini: A Biography (by Jasper Ridley) : WW2  | 

Book Review: Shobun, A Forgotten War Crime in the Pacific (Michael J. Goodwin): WWII  | 

Book Review: The Greatest War (by Gerald Astor) : WW2  | 

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Book Review: Guderian: Panzer General (By Kenneth Macksey) : WWII  | 

Book Review: The Naval Battle of Guadalcanal (by James W. Grace) : WW2  | 

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