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Affe air supremacy and scything Blitzkrieg a lot of bitter fighting marked the river by river jump between lines of resistance The wealth of first and accounts is peppered with Lewis gun bullets and shrapnel from Sedan to Arras It is also stained with SS atrocities such as the Totenkopf s at Le Paradis that call bull on the theory that such massacres were confined to the Normandy campaign and beyond under the dehumanizing influence of SS service on the Russian Front Their Crush (Awkward, hands were red by the time the tanks made several general stops in front of the marshy lowlands near the North French coast not only by order of the Frer but by their generals also who preferred to infiltrate such terrain by infantrySo what about Dunkirk Honestly Dunkirk مهارت در بازی زندگی has Dunkirk in it The RAF remains tooidden behind the greasy clouds of burning oil the prevalence of passenger ships and military vessels in the evacuation over those glory ogging Little Ships is too faint and we don t spend enough time shuffling along the sands as it is The Men They Left Behind come into a deserved spotlight near the end in particular the 51st Highland Division of WWI fameThis Is One Of Those Books one of those books 35 stars would say it all excellent uality but doesn t uite deliver on its cover It s like Dunkirk Retreat to Victory s big brother I found this read incredible The research knowledge and craftsmanship in the way the events ave been brought together are outstanding The sense of foreboding is palpable and you really get a sense of what it must My Amazing Dinosaur (Tib Tumtum, have been like to be on the receiving end of the advancing menace of the WehrmachtSSHowever futile all war is it never ceases to amaze me the bravery people shown in the mostorrific and The Nazi Revolution hopeless situations Well deserving of 5 stars A poignant read of the shambolic defence offered during the German invasion of France in WWII leading to the need to evacuate French and BEF troops via aodge podge armada of ships What was sad is the breakdown of Anglo French relations as the war rapidly deteriorated leading to miscomm between commanders and dooming men to be surrounded by the enemy Eually sad was that pride and ego prevented earlier withdrawals which could Bloods a Rover (American Underworld Trilogy have saved troops to fight another day I guess it is true the real nature of any relationship only surfaces when subject to real pressure and sad to say the anglo french relationship nearly broke There was a story ofow the captain allowed a boy to board the Lancastria with is dog but the ship was bombed later and sank with 23 of er passengers I wonder if the boy and dog made it out A meticulously researched Wylde Bears (Wylde Bears, history of the retreat evacuation of British French troops from France in 1940 almost anour by Cooking Light Lazy Gourmet hour narrative Extensive use of official documents unit war diaries British French German and personal narratives Does not neglect the political story for the dramatic military events Highly recommende. O the last man these brave few battalions fought in whatever manner they could to buy precious time for the evacuation Outnumbered and outgunned they launched spectacular anderoic attacks time and again despite ferocious fighting and the knowledge that for many only capture or death would end their struggle. .


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Dunkirk Fight to the Last ManDon t be fooled by the title "Not A Lot Of The "a lot of the appens at Dunkirk Most of the book is the story of fighting the Germans through Belgium and France slowing their progress so that the BEF and French troops can be evacuated from Dunkirk The book is a balanced blend of detailed military Educating for the New World Order history interspersed with individual soldier s stories A brilliant bookI felt totally immersed in the many battles and rearguard actions of the BEF desperate fighting often against overwhelming odds So manyuman stories and acts of incredible courage I felt so proud of these British menAlso it was very interesting to experience the relationship between the English and French the cultural differences and aspects of the alliance The only thing about the book I didn t so much like was that I times I felt I lost or didn t understand the big picture instead learning so much about minor details Like when the Germans broke through at Sedan I wondered why didn t the French just send in their armoured divisions or of their army which was Living in Little Rock with Miss Little Rock huge Instead it seemed just a few rag tag soldiers and that seems toave cost them the whole war It didn t make a lot of sense to me I m not really a fan of military istory all the details about different army units which I never can keep straight batallions regimentsdivisions etc and their movements and the thicknesses of tank armor of the latter esp batallions regimentsdivisions etc and their movements and the thicknesses of tank armor of the latter esp seems to be a good deal in this book ave always left me pretty much cold so the first 200 pages were pretty Mr. Malcolms List hard slogging Around thereowever the individual stories and narratives German as well as British and French with a GURPS Conspiracy X handful of other nationalities as well start to get gripping and the pace of my reading started to pick up Many many soldiers died in this periodowever and the numbers take their toll I Just One Golden Kiss had to put the book down a couple of times to get some distanceThe author takes the long view tois story because this is really a story of the British Expeditionary Force s invasion and retreat not just Dunkirk itself title notwithstanding is really a story of the British Expeditionary Force s invasion and retreat not just Dunkirk itself title notwithstanding The Tyranny of Guilt he is definitely patriotic He kept referring the spirit of the true British soldier and the British Armed Forces My one area of disagreementowever is that Phantom Encounters he was rather forgiving of British war crimes than German though at least ase tells it the German incidents were larger Still Eat Your Way Through the USA he deals with Germans well This is all the admirable given that the author is a British Jew who lost two cousins in the war Continuing with my uest to read specific books about WWII I decided to take on the story of Dunkirk As a student of the American school system Dunkirk is one of those things that I could prior to reading Dunkirk Fight to the Last Mantell all I knew about it in one sentence A large segment of the British army was cornered early in the war andad the Germans not My Dirty Janitor Book 4 hesitated wouldave been captured or killed and the outcome of WWII might very. The rescue in May 1940 of British soldiers fleeing capture and defeat by the Nazis at Dunkirk was not just about what Stories from Spain / Historias de España happened at sea and on the beaches The evacuation would neverave succeeded ad it not been for the tenacity of the British soldiers who stayed behind to ensure they got away Men like Sergean. ,

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Well ave been different So not wanting to wade into a shallow pool I jumped right into the deep end and selected a monumental Broken Bear highly acclaimedistory of the whole shallow pool I jumped right into the deep end and selected a monumental Enna Burning highly acclaimedistory of the whole saga told in a whopping 720 pages Fortunately than 100 pages are notes maps and the index In any event I am definitely glad I read this book Told in a compelling style book was relatively easy to read Although there is an enormous amount of detail it never seems to get bogged which cannot be said for France s and England s tanks that were trying to defend against the German onslaught Peppered with anecdotes from soldiers diaries and notes from the front you really get a sense of what it was like for better or worse to Hatter have been This book took me all summer to readA detailed account of the events leading up to and including the evacuation ofundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers from Dunkirk in 1940I was disappointed that throughout the book the reader is informed that detailed info could be found in the notes at the back of the book but the notes weren t included in this edition Really annoyingI really enjoyed the personal accounts in the appendixWorth the long summer read While rooted in the British tradition for celebrating defeats loose the battles win the war this elegantly constructed thoroughly researched and well written volume manages to provide both a crisp overview of the defeat of the British and French armies in May June and a series of lucid portraits of primarily British combatants Having read the book you will Paint the Wind have both a sense of the lasting controversies at the politicalstrategic and operational level and a enduring and no way glorified impression of the bloody and painful carnage thatides between the anti septic arrows and lin It s no walk on the beach to give Hugh Wayne his due now that there s the movie Dunkirk to compareim toHe gives us not just Dunkirk He gives us the entire 1940 campaign From archives on both sides of the Meuse The Mechelen Affair taking of the impregnable fortress of Eben Emeal are particularly done in beautiful detail thanks to newly uncovered material Undoubtedly this is why the atmosphere tastes different from To Lose a Battle comprehensive The fever of impending defeat among the Allied High Command is less The Perfect Resume hot than the victory fever of Edwin Rommel ase races ahead of the order to alt the Panzers Hitler intervened in this manner several times in the course of the campaign in sudden fear of losing is preciously usbanded armour to a cut off Few such counterattacks materialized and none succeeded but that doesn t mean the French Army and BEF were always on the run Like I pointed out for the Schlieffen Plan and the Marne ye ol map fails to convey the blood its unstoppable arrows are painted with The anxiety is palable among German recollections when a stealthy river crossing suddenly turned contested For all the legendary Luftw. T Major Gus Jennings who died smothering a German stick bomb in the church at Esuelbec in an effort to save is comrades and Captain Marcus Ervine Andrews VC who single Air Terisak Membelah Batu handedlyeld back a German attack on the Dunkirk perimeter thereby allowing the British line to form up behind im Told to stand and fight ,


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