Cross of Iron
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For convention purposes
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On one of the guns in front of the RSA.
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In most cases, I find the book more enjoyable than the movie,
except for 'The Eagle Has Landed', the movie surpasses the book.
There's a dearth of German perspective WWII novels/nonfiction
so Cross Of Iron/Das Geduldige Fleisch is one of the few.
The Sven Hassel pulp fiction books are ok for a chuckle.
This bookcrossing scheme is a great idea, I'll have a dung`out
and contribute from my stash!
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