is this book recommendable?

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is this book recommendable?

Post by I have questions » 05 Dec 2019 00:29

Hi, I have recently become interested in a book called "Flight in the winter: Russia conquers January - May 1945" by Jürgen Thorwald. This book is fairly expensive, and I was just wondering if anyone here on the forum who has read it could tell me whether or not it is a recommendable book. Thank you in advance.

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Re: is this book recommendable?

Post by Gorque » 05 Dec 2019 03:01

Dang, 1951! That's an oldie.


Check these out:


https://www.abebooks.de/buch-suchen/tit ... gebraucht/

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Re: is this book recommendable?

Post by Mori » 05 Dec 2019 08:48

It's also available for download on some sites...

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Re: is this book recommendable?

Post by Ken S. » 06 Dec 2019 01:10

The book was reprinted as a paperback under the title "Defeat in the East" and there still cheap copies available.

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Re: is this book recommendable?

Post by I have questions » 07 Dec 2019 03:49

thank you all

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