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The attack on Pearl Harbor is already coming to be one of my most visited topics! But I had to share a few words about this excellent book.
The largest war fought on the North American continent and the bloodiest war for the United States, the Civil War is a huge part of the heritage of every American. John Keegan is among the most respected historians of this … Continue reading
In some ways this book is tangential to the military history I usually read. Yet the epic of World War II influenced, shaped or ruined people from all walks of life. In that sense it isn’t too far afield to … Continue reading
So far on this site I’ve posted less than a dozen book reviews, yet I find myself now revisiting the Pearl Harbor raid. No doubt this is an important and complicated event! Join with me for a second look at … Continue reading
An account of the last year of World War II in the Pacific, this book is the latest from the author of “Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors” and “Neptune’s Inferno”. Join me for a brief look at an … Continue reading
This fascinating history looks at a less known aspect of the war. Starting with an overview of Armee de l’Air performance in the Battle of France, and then exploring operations in a variety of far flung and minor theaters for … Continue reading
This is a fascinating and well written book on the combined bomber offensive, that is, British and American strategic bomber operations against Nazi Germany. Join me for a brief look a thoughtful and well researched study.