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MICHAELM82
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Book accuracy

Post by MICHAELM82 » 10 May 2002 05:17

Hi
My friend just sent me Elite German Divisions in WW2 by Werner Haupt and was wondering if the info inside is reliable or useful?Havent even opened the book yet, is it worth opening it?
Mike

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Hi Michael!

Post by David C. Clarke » 10 May 2002 14:40

I'm not a fan of Haupt, however, he does have a decent reputation. And, he wrote more than one of the old Podzun-Pallas German unit histories. So, while I may not like his writing style, I believe he is very knowledgable about individual divisions. Besides, I hope you read it so you can tell me about it!! Cheers, David :D

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Post by MICHAELM82 » 10 May 2002 16:34

Sure David I will tell you about it when finish!OH YA, he wrote Army Group North, South and Center, good in my opion.Forgot that was him!
Mike

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