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Discussion in 'The Library' started by aquist, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. aquist

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    I got this book from the Military book club. it does have lots of information on the best sites about ww2. Smith and Jensen are the auhors. it is somewhat repititous but helpful in find research materuial on such topics as unit histories lives of the leaders and weapons
     
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    What is the book called?
     
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    ww2 on the Web

    Oh, I thot I said, it was- WW2 on the Web. sorry
     
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    This is interesting. First there were books. Then there was the internet, which attempted to replace books entirely in certain areas. Now we know the internet cannot be trusted to be as reliable as a good book, and we end up with books about websites! :lol:
     
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    Yeah thats true !
     
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    put it this way:
    from point A to point B, some one add something then from point B to point C anotherm one removes others things and so and so, it this information 100% reliable?
    on the other case a book , what you read is what is in the book, unless someone get a better book,
    SO enjoy books!!!!!! :p
     
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    Re: ww2 on the Web

    My bad Kriegspfarrer - I did not read the title of your post! :oops:
     

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