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Good World War Two "Media"?

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  1. EveryManALion

    EveryManALion New Member

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    Hello everyone, new to the forums and looking for some good, in-depth WW2 media such as movies on Netflix instant que(Just read and watched The Boys From Brazil)? Any good WW2 books besides the obvious and mainstream which I have already read(The Thin Red Line, Jeff Shara, W.E.B. Griffin Etc.) or even music from the front, I have some Germanic and Nazi marching cadences on cd and was looking for more and other interesting media.

    Thank you in advance!:)
     
  2. Fred Wilson

    Fred Wilson "The" Rogue of Rogues

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    Welcome!

    Tell us a bit more about yourself, especially your specific interest areas, where your ancestors participated in WW2 etc. OK?
    We will then be much more able to be of great assistance to you.

    Book reviews here, especially the top couple of threads, will take you a good week to read through alone, let alone the books they recommend! (-:
    http://www.ww2f.com/forum/10-wwii-books-publications/

    Videos here focus on real life, very little in the way of full blown YouTube movies
    Lots of movie reviews on its Section: http://www.ww2f.com/forum/15-wwii-films-tv/

    FYI our new php forum has a search function that takes a bit of getting used to.
    So Search in the "Advanced Search" section: to do that, click on the green box to the right of the search field, then choose a specific forum to narrow replies down.

    Latest topic replies are found in by clicking on the top right "View New Content."

    Thirdly, when you start new threads, remember what forum they are in or bookmark them.
    (Some days so many posts happen here you can have a real time of it finding the one you want.)
     
  3. EveryManALion

    EveryManALion New Member

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    I am from Philadelphia but currently live in Mexico, I am a tattoo artist with a whole leg dedicated to WW2 tattoos, I am an avid reader more so than any other form of media and I find my main interests to that of the Axis side and the Nazi/SS occult dealings though I find EVERY aspect of the war greatly interesting and cannot devour enough information, also a huge interest in tank warfare and Erwin Rommel as well specifically.

    Thank for the information about the forums and for the warm welcome! :) I will be checking those links
     
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    CAC Ace of Spades

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    Welcome to the forums...I have a tatt of a Me262, that's about it...Would be good if you could post a pic of the tatts?
     
  5. Fred Wilson

    Fred Wilson "The" Rogue of Rogues

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    Better yet, start a Member's Tattoo Thread in the Free Fire Zone.
    It would be interesting to see how many here are "young at heart."

    Again, were any of your relatives involved in the war? Where and when?
    You will be stunned at:
    a) how much information abounds here (Allied Command Focused) and on our sister forum (which is more British Orientated) at: http://ww2talk.com/
    b) how many top notch experts are here and on ww2talk.com/ ready and willing to help.
     
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