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I just finished this today and boy is it good! I almost put it down because the first chapter was battle plans and logistics go WWII, but I'm glad I kept at it.

I must add that I also read and enjoyed Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy. I have Killing Jesus, but for some reason, I haven't been able to get into it.

The two authors alternate between Patton, Churchill, Roosevelt, Eisenhower, and Stalin, but it all comes together. It would be difficult to tell a story about WWII events without mentioning those players in the events.

Don't let Bill O'Reilly's politics come between you and this story.
jme My mother has read Killing Jesus and Killing Kennedy and insists I would like them. So far this vacation, though, I haven't even gotten into my very light reading. I sure hope I live long enough after I retire, to visit the people and places I've been putting off, and to read the books I'm stacking up in the spare bedroom.

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Dec 30, 2014
judy5ca I haven't read any of them. I haven't even heard of them. Maybe that's because, LOL, I only read fiction and professional books.

My uncle was a career army officer who served in WWII. One of his proudest experiences was meeting General Patton.

Dec 31, 2014

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