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Book - Sarthe , aout 1944 - Histoire d'une Liberation

November 20 2009 at 12:48 PM

Paul McMahon  (Login Paul_McMahon)
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Hi all , I recently received this book by Fabrice Avoie and I can only add my small voice to Sam Wrens's , Steve Zaloga and Chris Leeman in saying it is worth the $/£/. I have a good collection of books and to be honest all the photos in Mr Avoie's book are all new to me. While some of photos may be small in parts they lack nothing in atmosphere and give a real "feel" to the area as it was then.

The only "minus" is that the text is all in French and i'm kicking myself that I did not pay more attention to the language when I was in school as the book seems to be jam packed with unit information and reports etc.

My few pennies were well spent on this and if it ever comes out in English I will not hesitate to buy it again happy.gif

Best

Paul

 
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  1. And a thumbs-up from me too! - Aris Kosionidis on Nov 24, 2009, 10:32 AM
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