When Hitler awakes from his coma his generals most likely declare him incompetent and have him put in some institution, allowing Germany to win the war.
Either that or he has them all shot for not following his agenda and once again the axis lose.
I can hear him allready yellin’!!!
Oh those do no goods shoot em ,imediatly shoot em…
I should have taking care of em like Stalin did w. his Generals… lol…ha ha ha
Bohemian private!!!-Boehmischer Gefreiter…lach
Thanks. I’ll check that out. I know it’s not WW2, but if you’ve never read “Warbirds. Diary of an Unknown Avaitor” do so. It’s the diary of an American WW1 pilot. Haunting is the best word I can think of. I read it 3 times when I was younger. I’m about to read it again.
I bet, many of you are like me, I grew up reading the Bantam WWII series of books. I starting looking at the number of books produced and realized how many i have not read.
What is your favorite? I love Iron Coffins, Samurai & Company Commander.
Agreed. It is sometimes like he can’t remember what it is he wants to tell us. Or he has so much to tell he forgets not to say it all at once. I like that it is taken a lot from the common soldier’s experience but Ambrose does get off track frequently and a little too mired in the details.
Although that can be good too. In D-Day when he talked about all the stuff the guys carried I felt weighted down with equipment.
He’s still quite readable. I just feel like Cornelius Ryan beat him to the punch and did a much better job. Ambrose certainly goes for the empathy angle.
the war of the rats is a good book, made a movie out of it cant remember the name but it is based on the german-russian front. it centers on 2 dueling snipers in stalingrad
Enemy at The Gates?
Exactly what I was thinking.