I hope this is a simple question. I am an avid WWII book reader. I especially prefer books written by (or directly with) WWII veterans, as I feel it is easier to trust an eye-witness battle account than most academics efforts. Sure, it's hard to remember every detail from many events from the past, but I feel the emotion and vulnerability is always genuine. And, of course, I greatly enjoyed reading your book with Maj Winters..."Beyond Band of Brothers".
SO, here's my question. I am curious as to what WWII books are on the Major's bookshelf? I am making an assumption that you've seen his books. I feel like if the Major favors a book enough to own it and display it, then it is probably an excellent book for WWII book readers to try and read.
Any thoughts or suggestions are very much appreciated. Thanks for your service and for being a link for us on the forum to Major Winters.
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