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Thank you.. I am a pretty avid WW2 reader. I look forward to discovering new books to read about here... even though I have like 12 book on my "To Read" list already.
yeah!hey, send me, her email address! thanx!jas!
thanx chris:i am on it....i willdo my best!jas!and even greater!
Thanks for the welcome..Regards Tom
thanks i just got to school, docters appt.
Thanks for the welcome. I look forward to discussing WWII books w/ everyone.
Hey Chris,Thanks :) I just joined Shelfari and the group. I've always been a history aficionado and especially WWII.I'm now slowly adding books to the library and I've browsed quickly through the group library. I noticed lots of biographies.Some of my past readings are actually in Italian hence I guess it might be tricky to add them to the shelf ;)See you on the group discussions :)Max
Chris, I think you would enjoy reading "From Private to General" by Jerry Curry, "Lone Survivor" by Marcus Luttrell, "Plenty coups" by Frank Linderman, and "Inside the Third Reich" by Albert Speer. Enjoy and READ ON...
hi im bord, how are you?
they wont be born till summer time
Thanks for the welcome Chris.
ya, she bragges about them. I go to rodeos , she said her horse can bet mine. Do you want any colts. We will be expecting about 50 colts
you have some good books. I read alot of horse books. I have 200 horses
Hi! I thought you'd be interested to know that "STRETCH: Coming of Age in Post-War Germany", the sequel to "Weeds Like Us" has just been published! You can find details on my website:www.weedslikeus.com as well as on amazon.com and bn.com. Happy reading! (Oh, by the way, barring the unforeseen, a German-language version of my first book "Weeds Like Us" will be published in Hamburg in Spring 2011.) Best holiday wishes! Gunter
Hi Chris, Thanks for the friend add on! Looking forward to reading the book you have called "Stones Into Schools." Sounds like an excellent reading, plus would maybe bring back many memories for me. Drop me a message on my "Wall" when you get a chance. Happy Holidays!Reggie
I have lots of knowledge of this topic, specifically the Pacific War and aircraft.
Thanks for your note, Chris. Theodore was my father but he died when I was a child, so I barely remember him. He was born in Belarus (then eastern Poland), so in '39, as Hitler was invading western Poland, he watched Red Army tanks roll in and take control. Actually, he was a teacher at the time and everything was being Sovietized. Wave of Terror is a novel, but it's largely based on first-hand accounts and provides a glimpse into his world, one I didn't really know about until I started translating.
Hey Chris,Thanks for the note. Just one thing about the group though it has a book about WWI in it. Flyboys is about the first world war. Have a great day.~ Cody