Discussion in 'WWII Books & Publications' started by ULITHI, Jun 29, 2010.
Yes. Lloyd is good and this is a fine work..
Well worth reading. He reported on the 1940 campaign from the German point of view. It is really about his experiences in Europe in the 1930s until he quit Berlin through censorship.
Thanks, I've started reading it, so far it feels very personal--I'm enjoying the firsthand, 'in the street' perspective.
I've started reading the first of Holland's trilogy. So far I'm enjoying it's narrative style. Is this worth reading? Any concerns with the content or conclusions?