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By John Keegan
A fact-filled history of WWII, but one that reads more like a literary masterpiece than a history text. When I first read it years ago I was still somewhat burned out from college, and not very much into history books. But I was pleasantly surprised by how readable and interesting this book was, and I had a hard time putting it down before I finished it. Whether you are a seasoned history buff looking to expand your existing understanding of WWII, or a more casual reader just looking to get your feet wet, I definitely recommend this book.