WhoCares wrote:Trying to keep up with my 'tradition' to read a/some book(s) on the topic of the game, I am looking for some suggestions on good books overall covering WW1.
W.Barksdale wrote:Paris 1919, by Margaret MacMillan, gives a nice look at the aftermath. Very good read if your interested.
Le Ricain wrote:I had read Solzhenitsyn's 'August 1914' something like thirty years ago. I had forgotten that it was one of my favourite books. Thanks for mentioning it. I notice that there was a sequel, 'November 1916'. Has anyone read it?
ulver1 wrote:Silly question: What the other one called?
(The non Guns of August one obviously)
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