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A brilliant book
on 9 March 2018
I have a fascination of the First and Second World Wars, especially how the ordinary soldier, sailor and airman coped under such traumatic conditions.
However, this book does not cover this aspect with any detail. What it does cover was the political side, the thoughts and behaviour of the leaders. It was fascinating.
The detail in this book is mind boggling, how the author managed to accumulate so much information is awesome, (sorry to use such a word), yet it kept me fixed to the page, wanting to find out more.
My only criticism is the page layout. On my kindle the whole page would be one paragraph, but as you read it is clear that there should have been a paragraph inserted. Sitting in bed at night, reading, I would decide to read to the end of the next paragraph, but it never came, so a lot of late nights.
Congratulations David Stevenson.