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Modern WW1 History : Jack Sheldon


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As far as WW1 literature goes I think Jack Sheldon is producing some of the best works for those interested in the german side at lower levels.

His books on Ypres, the Somme, etc are not only really interesting, but also concentrate on the German side with many first hand accounts from Generals all the way down to company level.

Of course, you can go about tracking down all the Regimental histories, but his books allow you to choose a battle and have translated accounts of the fighting...

Anyone else a fan?



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