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Review: The Steel Wave: A Novel of World War II

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Stephen Hubbard

World War II is a frequently mined swath of history. Writers and historians have trod back and forth across those fields of battle, physically and figuratively, churning out a neverending stream of books on the subject, all with varying perspectives, opinions and conclusions. Hollywood has added its visual representation on many aspects of the war. One section that always draws major attention is ... Read full review

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Review: The Steel Wave (World War II: 1939-1945 #2)

User Review  - Fritz Worley - Goodreads

Amazing book. Really enjoyed it cover to cover as would anybody who likes World War 2 history. Only problem in the whole trilogy (and this kills me every time I see it on tv or especially when I read ... Read full review

Review: The Steel Wave (World War II: 1939-1945 #2)

User Review  - Tyler Lee - Goodreads

Similar to the style of Michael Shaara's book "The Killer Angels" where the for was the battle of Gettysburg, this book is the story of D-Day of WWII. When you read this book, you see the war on both ... Read full review

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