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A history of the Second World War that I never knew. Very well written ... an enjoyable read.Published 2 days ago by joewit
Gen. LeMay: "We must have a bad phone connection. It sounds like you are asking whether we have planes for carrying coal."
Gen. Clay: "Yes, that's what I said. Read more
This book was very eye opening. I had not heard of the candy bombers nor about the extent of the Berlin airlift. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. A. Cook
Great book but wasn't until about 1/3 of the way in did it begin telling the wonderful story.Published 1 month ago by jimmyf
I have been aware of the story of the candy bomber for some time, but until recently I was unaware how close the U.S. was to World War III. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sego Lily Roots
This book opened up a whole new world for me. Its narrative history is compelling & I learned so much about the US military of the late 40's, and how the German population... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ...by Jill
This book is a true story of a very dangerous time (1948) when The United States was on the brink of war with a Soviet Union that desired German and European conquest! Read morePublished 2 months ago by jmurr