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5 Best War Books | Recommendations For The Best War Books

So you are after a war book to read? You’ve come to the right place. Here are our 5 top picks for the best war books. Let us know your favourite in the comment section at the bottom of the article.

#1 Courage by Paul T. Dean

Through Courage, readers will understand what pulled the world into this devastating conflict, see why the United States came out of isolation to side with the Allies, and gain a personal look into the lives of WWI fighters. Through the eyes of Roy Blanchard, readers will see, hear, and feel what it was like to bravely face the terror of the First World War..

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Contributor: Megan Poling from Lucid Books

    #2 In My Head by Peggie Sinders

    In My Head tells how one man, Thanh Chau, a Major in the Air Force, endured 10 years in prison camps. Over the years, Thanh would move 14 times to various camps (including the jungles of North Vietnam) and be given a change of clothing only four times. Though he would help build huts and plant vegetable gardens, he would not be allowed to eat more than meager rations.

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    #4 Death March Escape by Jack J Hersch

    Jack Hersch grew up hearing the stories of how his father, Dave Hersch, twice escaped the brutal death marches forced on concentration camp prisoners by the Nazis at the end of World War II. Jack describes his personal journey learning about his father's experience in DEATH MARCH ESCAPE: The Remarkable Story of a Man Who Twice Escaped From the Holocaust.

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    Contributor: Tracy G. Minsky from Meryl Moss Media

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