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The Nuremberg Raid: 30-31 March 1944 (CASSELL MILITARY PAPERBACKS)
The Nuremberg Raid: 30-31 March 1944 (CASSELL MILITARY PAPERBACKS)
by Martin Middlebrook
Edition: Paperback

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most definitive account of the RAF at war yet written., 29 Dec. 2000
Martin Middlebrooks book, is the most absorbing and definitive book written on the exploits of both the RAF and the Luftwaffe of the war in the air during World War 2. Nuremburg was the night the RAF lost the most aircraft in 1 night. This book details the events from both sides, with first hand accounts of those who took part. It is without doubt the most absorbing book I have yet read on the subject. A masterpiece of research, written in such a way as to ensure the reader cannot fail to be moved by the events that unfolded on that night.
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American Pie
American Pie
Offered by westworld-
Price: £3.98

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Timeless album never equalled and unlikely to be surpassed, 10 Feb. 2000
This review is from: American Pie (Audio CD)
Don Mclean typifies the very best of one man and his guitar. This ablum thought to be his first, but in fact his second has the all time classic american pie. This title track though 10 minutes long is still unique and original no matter how many times it is played. I would recommend this album to any listener who enjoys artists such as Paul Simon, Carol King and Cat Stevens. As a complete album American Pie is unlikely to be equalled and never to be excelled.


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