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Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Sat 11 Nov 2017 15:33
by D-M
Yeah you posted it already...

Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Sat 2 Dec 2017 22:13
by Darkmil
[EUG]MadMat wrote:Now reading:

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(it isn't the easiest book to read in the subway! :) )

I can confirm... You cannot imagine (or I guess you can) the strange looked I received in the subs of Lyon...

Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Sun 3 Dec 2017 14:51
by D-M
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Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Sat 9 Dec 2017 13:35
by [EUG]MadMat
The real life in the (in)famous Strafbat. Quite different from the legend ...

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Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Tue 26 Dec 2017 22:46
by Crotou
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A history of french jihadism.

Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Tue 26 Dec 2017 23:30
by Admiral Piett
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Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Thu 25 Jan 2018 14:50
by JasinSwift
Starting read this one:
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I do believe that Maus is something that everyone should read - the way it explores the holocaust is so real. It being a graphic novel and having animal characters might push some people away at first, but these elements are what truly create the story.

However, would like to point out that your dates are wrong. Part one was published 1986, part two 1991. It won the Pulitzer in 1992 and the complete edition was published in 1997.
regards
Jusin.

Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Sun 28 Jan 2018 02:27
by another505
Any recommendation to read about soviet military doctrine and strategy in cold war, preferably mid to late cold war? Readable for a layman and not like 500 pgs long lol

And ofc in English

Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Sun 28 Jan 2018 19:59
by Tac Error
Military Objectives in Soviet Foreign Policy by Michael MccGwire
Donnelly, Christopher. Red Banner: The Soviet Military System in Peace and War. Coulsdon: Jane’s Information Group, 1988.
Faringdon, Hugh. Strategic Geography: NATO, the Warsaw Pact, and the Superpowers. 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 1989.
Hines, John. Soviet Intentions 1965-1985. Vols 1 and 2. McLean: BDM Federal Inc, 1995. https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/nukevault/ebb285/
Hines - How Much is Enough for Theater War? - The Soviet Military Approach to Sufficiency

Re: What are you reading?

Posted: Mon 29 Jan 2018 01:50
by another505
Tac Error wrote:Military Objectives in Soviet Foreign Policy by Michael MccGwire
Donnelly, Christopher. Red Banner: The Soviet Military System in Peace and War. Coulsdon: Jane’s Information Group, 1988.
Faringdon, Hugh. Strategic Geography: NATO, the Warsaw Pact, and the Superpowers. 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 1989.
Hines, John. Soviet Intentions 1965-1985. Vols 1 and 2. McLean: BDM Federal Inc, 1995. https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/nukevault/ebb285/
Hines - How Much is Enough for Theater War? - The Soviet Military Approach to Sufficiency

Ooooohh :shock: thanks man!