After the Apocalypse is a short book talks about a true, reality based, vision of where American needs to strive towards, and lead.
The book does a great job to taking a complex, and messy, narrative and shaping it for the reader to understand. It was amusing to read how an obscure, but genius, cryptographer working in a dank room had far reaching consequences on the other side of the world without anyone knowing about it.
A non-fiction book which covers the beginning of World War II full of pictures, many of which I have never seen, each one with an engrossing caption.
D-Day Girls The Spies Who Armed the Resistance Sabotaged the Nazis and Helped Win World War II -historical accounts of women spies, tied into a single narrative
Atlas of World War II is incredible, it covers all theaters of the war, provides copies of the maps the generals used (along with their notes on them)
The Allies: Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, and the Unlikely Alliance That Won World War II – recounts how Russia became and unlikely ally with the US & England
I never thought I’d enjoy a book about pigeons. A thrilling book about an oddball corner of history including brave citizens, and creative intelligence officers
The book attempts to explain Winston Churchill’s inner strength which helped him during some of the darkest days the world has ever known during World War II
Article originally published as Book Review: ‘The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship’ by Patrick Bishop on Blogcritics.org About: The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship by Patrick Bishop is a non-fiction book about the attempts of the allies to sink the German battleship Tirpitz during World War II. This is a great book for World War II buffs, naval historians or those interested in naval technical developments. 416 pages Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company ISBN: 1621570037 My rating for The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship— 4 Buy this book from Amazon.com* More Books by Patrick Bishop More Recommended World War II books on Man of la BookStore Thoughts: The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship by Patrick Bishop (website) is an interesting book about the allies’ obsession with sinking the Tirpitz even though she was mostly inactive during the war. It seemed to me the Tirpitz’s greatest contribution during the war was to divert huge amounts of allied resources. Mr. Bishop’s book is also a fascinating look at the naval history of the North Sea during World War II. This is a dense and detailed book on a subject I knew very little about and found the dynamics and war politics within the British Navy…
The book The 100-Year-Old Who Climbed Out Through the Window and Disappeared focuses on lampooning the espionage genre and parody the mystery/chase genres.