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Good book, but would have been better with more colour pictures,
This review is from: Beaches, Fields, Streets, and Hills: The Anti-Invasion Landscapes of England, 1940 (CBA Research Reports) (Paperback)At first glance I was a little disapointed that this book doesn't contain any colour illustrations. And only informs you about certain areas in the UK. However, don't let me put you off. This is a really good read for the student of 20th Century defences in Britain. It details (brilliantly) large areas of the UK's wartime defences in great detail, informing the reader of the current condition of remaining wartime defences. All in all a really good read, with some colour illustrations I would definately given this book five stars.
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Initial post: 21 Feb 2009 15:35:56 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 14 Jan 2012 23:14:02 GMT
Liam Oxford says:
I appreciate that you took the time to reply to my original review. Yes, there are plenty of colour Maps, but a few more colour Illustrations (In my humble opinion) would have made this, for me, a much more enjoyable book to have on my book shelf.
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