WWII

REVIEW: The Frontline Fugitives: Book IV: SS Werewolves and Criminals

Another great historical fiction genre of book that carries us back the end of World War 1. In this series called “The Frontline Fugitives, this particular book has the main characters hunting down Werewolves, Straggler SS teams that were conducting hit and run tactics in Germany towards the end of the war. A compelling story …

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REVIEW: Lost Honour, Betrayed Loyalty- The Memoir of a Waffen SS Soldier on the Eastern Front

Frontline Publishing  Herbert Maeger was a young Belgium young man going about his business when he was arrested and blackmailed for something his mother said about the German leadership. Arrested by the Gestapo he was pressed into service for the SS in 1941. Herbert was assigned to the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler (German for “Adolf …

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REVIEW: Division Leclerc – The Leclerc Column and Free French 2nd Armored Division, 1940-1946

A superb short book covering the General Leclerc led Free French Forces as well as the 2nd Armored Division development, battles, and engagements during the WWII period 1940 through 1946. Leclerc was considered the second most important figure in France at the time second only to Charles De Gaulle. Leclerc’s leadership of the Free French …

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REVIEW: The Frontline Fugitives-Book III- GI Gangsters and Collaborators

Author – Nick Jacobellis Nick’s book is set in 1945 and takes place in the European Theater of Operations after World War II.  The book’s main characters are part of a series of books that have evolved over the past few years. The series is called “The Frontline Fugitives” and it has caught my attention …

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Arnhem 1944 - The Human Tragedy of the Bridge Too Far

REVIEW: Arnhem 1944 – The Human Tragedy of the Bridge Too Far

Although the tragedy at Arnhem and the failure of Operation Market Garden have been covered extensively here on Argunners.com and other websites it still remains a hot topic that draws interest from a wide audience. It would appear we have more to learn and understand from our tragedies than our successes. Makes sense to me. …

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The Sinking and Raising of the RPS Rajah Soliman (D-66) in 1964

The RPS RAJAH SOLIMAN (D-66) a former FLAGSHIP of the Philippine Navy sunk on 29 June 1964 during the height of TYPHOON WINNIE. The loss of a Flagship is a major blow to any Naval Force; fortunately during this incident none of the Officers and Crew was lost. Despite the fury of Mother Nature, the …

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REVIEW: The Undercover Nazi Hunter – Exposing Subterfuge and Unmasking Evil in Post War Germany

A great book about the Nuremburg Trials impact on Germany, the western media and worldwide perceptions of how the German war crimes were managed by the Allies. It was during this time that Wolfe Frank served as the Chief Interpreter for these trials. Labeled as the “Voice of Doom”, Frank fled Germany in 1937 and …

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