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message 1: by Martin Lamb, Head Moderator (new)

Martin Lamb | 212 comments Mod
When you add a book please include the book cover and authors link. You can accomplish this by clicking on the add book/author button. Then you find your book. At the bottom of the window you will see two options link and cover . Choose cover unless there is no cover then use link. After that again click add book/author and select author at the top of the window. Find the author and click add .

It should look like this:

Anzio Italy and the Battle for Rome - 1944 by Lloyd Clark Lloyd Clark

If there is no book cover then it should look like this:

Anzio: Italy and the Battle for Rome - 1944Lloyd Clark

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message 2: by Karen (new)

Karen Levine (karenraelevine) | 2 comments The Clay Messiah by Karen Rae Levine
Historical fiction involving the 45th Infantry Division and the liberation of the concentration camp at Dachau.

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Noel Jr. | 1 comments The Lost Ranger: A Soldier's Story


On this 75th anniversary year of the invasion, take a journey to rediscover this lost veteran and learn about one of the most elite units of World War II. The U.S. Army Ranger Creed states: “I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy.” What if the enemy is time? Staff Sergeant Herbert Hull was in the 5th Ranger Infantry Battalion in World War II. He survived the D-Day landings and was wounded in France in 1944, and then he was physically lost to the unit with whom he had spilled blood in battle. He was lost administratively to the official records of the unit compiled through the war and beyond. He then tragically died as a young father of four and police officer ten years after the war. When he died, all detailed knowledge of his service died with him. He was lost to history for nearly seventy years, he became a lost Ranger.

Buy Now https://thelostranger.com/

Interview with Author: https://breakawaydaily.com/lost-ranger/

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Carmine Vittoria | 1 comments Bitter Chicory to Sweet Espresso by Carmine Vittoria
This book is a human story about WW II taken place in Naples area as recounted from a child's perspective. The military plans and the civilian subjugations are intermixed to bring out the true story of those events for the first time. Available at discount on Amazon.com.

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