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Russ Lockwood12 Mar 2021 12:07 p.m. PST

I just posted another 21 book reviews on --

All at: HMGS Historical Book Reviews

Visit the site and scroll down for …

Every Bullet Has Its Billet: A Guide to Wargaming the Late 17th Century.
Valor in Action: The Medal of Honor Paintings of Colonel Charles Waterhouse
Septimius Severus: And the Roman Army
Conflict in the Crimea: British Redcoats on Russian Soil
The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971: Volume 1
A Billion Suns: Sci Fi Rules
75 Years of the Israeli Air Force: Volume 1
Leibstandarte: Tome 2 1943-1945
Jaguar E-Type: CarCraft 3
Operation Danube: Czechoslovakia 1968
War of Intervention in Angola: Volume 3
French Battleships: 1922-1956
Douglas DC-3: FlightCraft 21
SDKFZ 251: LandCraft 8
Battles of Ancient China
Tanks of the Second World War
Heinkel He 162: Secret Projects of the Luftwaffe 1
McDonnell Douglas (Boeing) F-15 Eagle: Spotlight On 23
Mitsubishi A6M Zero: FlightCraft 22
Ripe for Rebellion: Congo 1948-1964 (Africa at War 51)
Pacific Profiles: Volume 2 Japanese Bombers 1942-1944

Plus, there are over 400 other book reviews if you scroll far enough.

Personal logo Bobgnar Supporting Member of TMP20 Mar 2021 7:08 p.m. PST

I really do like these reviews. I read them every month. Lots of good information about what to read and what not to read. Russ keep it up.

Russ Lockwood26 Mar 2021 11:17 a.m. PST

Thanks. I was a bit late with the February reviews, but I'll have another 20 or so for March up next week.

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