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Old 23-06-2017, 13:45   #1
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Surviving Monster Storm, Part II

I'm not a student of WWII or navy ships but Halsey's Typhoon is so well written, I can't put it down. It isn't just a war story but a weather story and a tale of politics, history, personalities and so much more. More than 800 seamen died in this tragedy towards the end of WWII in the Pacific. The authors are true wordsmiths.
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