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Oesophagus Now!
Oesophagus Now!
Price: £7.89

5.0 out of 5 stars Truly excellent material., 5 April 2015
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Simply an astonishing piece of work. One riff after another until you cannot take anymore then... BAM! They hit you with Anthropophagus! Truly excellent material.


War without Garlands: Operation Barbarossa 1941-1942
War without Garlands: Operation Barbarossa 1941-1942
by Robert Kershaw
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.00

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4.0 out of 5 stars War Without Garlands, 10 July 2010
An interesting analysis of the opening year of the German - Russian conflict. Creates substantial suspense in the lead up to H-Hour through the stories of soldiers on both sides who were preparing for it. Addresses the subject matter on a more individual level to 'Barbarossa' (which remains the seminal work on the subject in my view) which is interesting, and gives a better indication of the conditions that the combatants faced.

However, it does repeat itself often - evidence, perhaps, that the book was written in separate sections and assembled - by giving explanations of points in duplicate or triplicate. Additionally, the author refers to points he has made previously. Unfortunately, I don't believe that those points were enunciated sufficiently clearly earlier on and this makes it harder to follow his reasoning - though with consideration the points were nevertheless perfectly valid.

On the whole, I would certainly recommend this book, though not as a first foray into the German eastern front. I would still recommend reading 'Barbarossa', by Alan Clark, first.


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