"Autopsy of a Battle", new book about First Airborne Task Force in southern France

JeanLoup
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15 Aug 2015, 15:23 #11

A little up to this subject for the 71st anniversary of Operation Dragoon.
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Scorpio58
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17 Aug 2015, 19:33 #12

I received my copy of this amazing book a couple of months ago. Chocked full of photos and maps and other GOOD STUFF it is some compendium of information. Frankly, I have been quite intimidated with all of the information and but for picking it up ( which is no easy task because of it size and weight! lol)  I have only leafed through a couple of times to view the many fabulous photos etc. etc. I thought I might have gotten some time to read it during this summer but its not looking good for a "summer read" given the close proximity of Sept!  I've been enjoying it so far and look forward to actually start READING it sooner rather than later. Glad I picked it up , both literally and figuratively!!! Johnny F  
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JeanLoup
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05 Dec 2017, 21:09 #13

I have finaly gotten to making a good English version video about one of the stories detailed in my book, the discovery of a mass grave of German soldiers in the village of Villeneuve-Loubet, with several of the bodies later being identified. I have just put the video online and would be glad to hear any thoughts on it:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yseqYvqIqGY

Jean-Loup
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