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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/25/2012 2:36:34 AM   
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I just finished reading ”War without garlands” from Robert J. Kershaw. The book covers only the first half a year of the campaign, from summer ’41 to the early ‘42.

I found it extremely engaging book about the day-to-day life of the German soldier fighting on the east. How the brilliant start came to a halt because of the foul rasputitsa weather, and how morale pummeled as Army Group Centre was forced to withdraw, only 20 km away from their ultimate goal Moscow.

Kershaw paints vivid pictures by referring to individual letters and notes from soldiers. I recommend this to anyone, who is interested in more personal experiences from the east front.



Everything you said plus 3.5. I really enjoyed WWG.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/26/2012 5:08:46 AM   
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I too really liked this book. It made me think about the East Front in different ways. It makes you realize that the Germans did not push on to Moscow because they could not. They just could not.

One of the best books on this campaign I have read.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/26/2012 9:01:45 PM   
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To get into the Ryder Cup mood - like I need any assistance with that - I am about to start Two Tribes - The Rebirth of the Ryder Cup. This takes in the tournaments from 1983 - 2010. I don't know about anyone else, but The Ryder Cup (following the inclusion of Europeans to bolster the UK and Ireland) is one of THE must-see sports events.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 10:15:28 AM   
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I'm in a real pickle at the moment - am reading two books, neither of which are put-downable!!

The Two Tribes book mentioned above is proving to be very good indeed. Judging from the (lack of) response to the Ryder Cup thread looks like there are not too many golf fans on the GD thread, but if there are any lurkers that love the sport - and specifically the unique US vs Europe competition, then this is highly recommended. An easy read that starts with a little history lesson about Samuel Ryder and the birth of the competition, and follows up with a resume of the one-sided battles between the US and GB & Ireland post-war. Then the rest of the book is about each of the tournaments from 1983-2010 and is full of lots of interesting little stories from each of those featured tournaments. The Ballesteros/Azinger rivalry; the great Jack Nicklaus being the first US captain beaten on home soil (and at his own course - Muirfield in 1987); the greatest US team that rocked up to these shores in 1981 (36 majors between them - Nicklaus, Watson, Floyd, Trevino, Irwin, Miller and Nelson); Irwin vs Langer at Kiawah Island 1991; Calcavecchia's melt down at the same tournament; Howard Clark's record defeat to Tom Kite - the list goes on - brilliant!!

At the same time I am reading British Carrier Aviation. As the name suggests this is all about the development of the aircraft carrier by the Royal Navy from its humble beginnings around WW1 through to the present day. The book deals with both the ships, and the aircraft that flew from them, in great detail. There is regular reference to what the USN were doing at the same time as a useful point of reference. For anyone interested in naval warfare - this is a seriously good book.



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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 8:48:33 PM   
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I just begun re-reading The Deed of Paksenarrion by Elizabeth Moon.


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 11:10:24 PM   
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OMG! Finally I Fantasy Reader amongst the Boards!!! Loved that series. A female Warrior or Warriess. She did not take Crap from nobody! I must have read that like 20 years ago! And funny I usually don;t read Fantasy Novels written by Female writers but that was an awesome set of novels.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 11:13:54 PM   
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Sorry to come back on this Orm, but if I remember right, was not Elizabeth Moon at one time in the Military or even the Marine Corps where some of her experiences are reflected in the novel by her anti-hero Paksenarrion? Again, this was like 20 years ago that I read this series.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 11:19:43 PM   
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Sorry to come back on this Orm, but if I remember right, was not Elizabeth Moon at one time in the Military or even the Marine Corps where some of her experiences are reflected in the novel by her anti-hero Paksenarrion? Again, this was like 20 years ago that I read this series.

She was indeed in the military.

Cut from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Moon:
In 1968 she joined the United States Marine Corps as a computer specialist, attaining the rank of 1st Lieutenant while on active duty.


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 11:25:46 PM   
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OMG! Finally I Fantasy Reader amongst the Boards!!! Loved that series. A female Warrior or Warriess. She did not take Crap from nobody! I must have read that like 20 years ago! And funny I usually don;t read Fantasy Novels written by Female writers but that was an awesome set of novels.

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I suspect there are plenty of fantasy readers lurking around here. They have just been focusing on history and wargames here. I am glad that someone else also have fond memories of that series.

Some of the best fantasy books I've read are written by female authors. Therefore I seldom think in those terms now days. I am just happy to get my paws onto a good book.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/29/2012 11:37:27 PM   
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Thanks Orm. Just was kind of glad that I was not alone here in being a big Fantasy Novel Reader. Read my first novel "The Iliad" (in French though) now an abbreviated one when I was about 10 years old while we lived in Belgium, it had pics of Cyclops, minotaurs, maybe even Medusa but that is all it took to hook me to that genre. Soon afterwards my Mom got me "The Hobbit", I could read in English but not that well and she stood there and read it with me, I guess that is how I learned to read and write\speak English while attending French/German school in SE Belgium. After a couple of years "The Lord of the Rings" and so on but needed to re-read it when I was in my early 20s as that was way beyond my reading skills at that time. Then the Sword of Shannara and so on and so on......That was like 39 years ago and have never looked back.

This is a series I read about 15 years ago and picked it up while on business in the UK. I remember loving them and gave them away but have never been able to get them again as they are only published in the UK now and/or are almost impossible to find in Canada. It was just a fantastic series of 4 or 5 novels. If you ever find them keep them, like I said almost impossible to find now.


Anyways, thanks for bringing back some awesome memories my friend.


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 9/30/2012 12:45:50 AM   
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I'm a fantasy reader too.

Right now I'm reading a second part of Sopel (Icicle) by Paweł Kornew. It's a fantasy novel set in an icy world, where people can appear to from the real world. It's basically fantasy with Kalashnikovs. Pretty nice.
Generally, I've noticed that in central-eastern Europe there's now a trend for such mixed fantasy-real life novels.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/16/2012 7:05:55 PM   
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Back to the Pacific for me - although its only been a few months, I have just started Frank's Guadalcanal for the second time. Such a good book

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/16/2012 7:19:36 PM   
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yeah, Frank's Guadalcanal is excellent book

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/17/2012 4:18:15 AM   
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I would like to interject here about how many of us "we" gamers like fantasy books.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/17/2012 5:16:59 AM   
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Nomonhan, 1939 by Stuart D. Goldman

Superbly written.
Well worth a look if you are interested in the subject.





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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/17/2012 5:38:46 AM   
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About 3/4 of the way through Eisenhower's The Bitter Woods. I also received in the mail today an interesting book about Sherman's Atlanta campaign, Sherman Invades Georgia by Gen. John Scales.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/24/2012 12:56:04 PM   
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Just started "The Commodore", #17 in the Aubrey-Maturin series; 16 already read.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/24/2012 6:18:29 PM   
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"The Pearl Harbor Papers"

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/24/2012 6:38:26 PM   
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ReadingTeam of Rivals, Doris Kearns Goodwin(for the third time). Brilliant book.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/24/2012 7:18:37 PM   
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As mentioned, Guadalcanal for night time reading. For the journey to work and back I was lent this little book:

The War That Never Was (Duff Hart-Davis).

I am totally uninterested in warfare post Hiroshima, but this is good! It's about a small band of British mercenaries who helped inflict 20,000 casualties on Nasser's Egyptian army in the Yemen in 1963.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/24/2012 8:14:38 PM   
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The Civil War An American Iliad

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 10/24/2012 10:30:55 PM   
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Ludwig von Eimannsberger - Armoured Warfare - a fascinating reprint of an interwar period book by one of the pioneers of armoured warfare, heavily based on WWI armoured actions.
Krzysztof Marcinek - Passchendaele - The Campaign in Flanders 1917
Stephen Bull - Trench Warfare
Michael S. Neiberg - History of World War I: The Western Front 1914-1916
Alexander Turner - Cambrai 1917 , The birth of armoured warfare
Barbara Tuchman - August 1914
Jules Verne - Journey to the Center of the Earth
Otto Basil - The Twilight Men
Jacek Piekata - I, Inquisitor - Scourge of God

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/10/2012 9:59:43 AM   
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Nomonhan, 1939 by Stuart D. Goldman

Superbly written.
Well worth a look if you are interested in the subject.




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Half way through now - a very well written, interesting book.

Just as when reading about Guadalcanal - and just about every aspect of Japanese conduct in and around WWII -I am staggered, frustrated, angry, bewildered.


The army general staff not issuing orders as such, as this was considered impolite, allowing the Kwantung Army to do as it pleased.

And as for Gekokujo..I mean what the hell was that all about?

The sheer incompetence of the Japanese military in conducting operations was quite astounding. The more I read about the Japanese in WWII the more anger I feel about the fall of Malaya and Singapore .


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/10/2012 1:30:00 PM   
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Nomonhan, 1939 by Stuart D. Goldman

Superbly written.
Well worth a look if you are interested in the subject.




warspite1

Half way through now - a very well written, interesting book.

Just as when reading about Guadalcanal - and just about every aspect of Japanese conduct in and around WWII -I am staggered, frustrated, angry, bewildered.


The army general staff not issuing orders as such, as this was considered impolite, allowing the Kwantung Army to do as it pleased.

And as for Gekokujo..I mean what the hell was that all about?

The sheer incompetence of the Japanese military in conducting operations was quite astounding. The more I read about the Japanese in WWII the more anger I feel about the fall of Malaya and Singapore .




I generally do not read Contemporary War Novels/Accounts but now you have me interested. I will see if I can find it somewhere.

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Absolutely phenomenal and picked this up now :

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But a friend of mine loaned me this Zombie Apocalypse novel or more of an Anthology and haven't been able to put it down as I love the way it is snap shots of various events told form 200 years in the past in London to present day London and the rest of the world.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/11/2012 6:20:22 PM   
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Half way through now - a very well written, interesting book.

Just as when reading about Guadalcanal - and just about every aspect of Japanese conduct in and around WWII -I am staggered, frustrated, angry, bewildered.


The army general staff not issuing orders as such, as this was considered impolite, allowing the Kwantung Army to do as it pleased.

And as for Gekokujo..I mean what the hell was that all about?

The sheer incompetence of the Japanese military in conducting operations was quite astounding. The more I read about the Japanese in WWII the more anger I feel about the fall of Malaya and Singapore .



I've had the same feeling too. Gekokujo is very much like the tail wagging the dog.
No matter how much the Kwantung Army was considered an elite force in Tokyo, to let matters like this get out of hand in this case is almost beyond comprehension.

Don't be too hard on General Percival. He made some mistakes sure, but the Empires forces in the Far East were very low down on London's priorities in terms of support and reinforcements.

The loss of the city's water supplies was one of the deciding factors in the debacle at Singapore surely?

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/11/2012 7:19:49 PM   
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Half way through now - a very well written, interesting book.

Just as when reading about Guadalcanal - and just about every aspect of Japanese conduct in and around WWII -I am staggered, frustrated, angry, bewildered.

The army general staff not issuing orders as such, as this was considered impolite, allowing the Kwantung Army to do as it pleased.

And as for Gekokujo..I mean what the hell was that all about?

The sheer incompetence of the Japanese military in conducting operations was quite astounding. The more I read about the Japanese in WWII the more anger I feel about the fall of Malaya and Singapore .



I've had the same feeling too. Gekokujo is very much like the tail wagging the dog.
No matter how much the Kwantung Army was considered an elite force in Tokyo, to let matters like this get out of hand in this case is almost beyond comprehension.

Don't be too hard on General Percival. He made some mistakes sure, but the Empires forces in the Far East were very low down on London's priorities in terms of support and reinforcements.

The loss of the city's water supplies was one of the deciding factors in the debacle at Singapore surely?
Warspite1

I think it was pretty much over by then - although how much more time the Japanese had before they needed major re-supply I forget. Holding Malaya was key.

I know hindsight is a wonderful thing, but a few Hurricanes/Spitfires, and tanks (which went to the Soviet Union), may well have tipped the balance....

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/11/2012 7:23:25 PM   
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I think General Yamashita was on the verge of halting the attack on Singapore because of a severe ammunition shortage, I think 25th Army only had three days stock of shells and ordinance left.

Yamashita called Percivals bluff really.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/11/2012 7:25:37 PM   
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I think General Yamashita was on the verge of halting the attack on Singapore because of a severe ammunition shortage, I think 25th Army only had three days stock of shells and ordinance left.

Yamashita called Percivals bluff really.
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Exactement as we say in Deutschland.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/11/2012 7:28:28 PM   
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The War That Never Was (Duff Hart-Davis).




Funny, just got that one from the library for my brother while he recuperates following a stroke...

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 11/11/2012 7:35:18 PM   
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I think General Yamashita was on the verge of halting the attack on Singapore because of a severe ammunition shortage, I think 25th Army only had three days stock of shells and ordinance left.

Yamashita called Percivals bluff really.
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Exactement as we say in Deutschland.



Well you are right, but Percival was a humane man.
He knew what the Japanese were capable of vis civilian populations, and he certainly did'nt want that sort of blood on his hands.

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