Dan K.

ww2dbaseDan K. joined the WW2DB team in 2008, primarily as a book reviewer.

Latest Contributions

Book Review: Red Christmas: The Tatsinskaya Airfield Raid 194229 Nov 2013 
Book Review: The White Rose of Stalingrad19 Nov 2013 
Book Review: The Laughing Cow: A U-Boat Captain's Story14 Nov 2012 
Book Review: U-Boat Adventures10 Nov 2012 
Book Review: Besieged: The Epic Battle for Cholm30 Oct 2012 
Book Review: A Lamb to Slaughter20 Oct 2012 
Book Review: Soldier in the Downfall16 Oct 2012 
Book Review: A Better Comrade You Will Never Find30 Oct 2011 
Book Review: We Came to Fight a War15 Apr 2010 
Book Review: White Mammoths9 Jan 2010 
Book Review: Jungvolk16 Aug 2009 
Book Review: Graf & Grislawski: A Pair of Aces8 Aug 2009 
Book Review: Proud Echo27 Aug 2008 
Book Review: Servants of Evil26 Jun 2008 
Book Review: Once I had a Comrade12 Jun 2008 
Book Review: The Volga Rises in Europe8 Jun 2008 
Book Review: Is Paris Burning?18 May 2008 
Book Review: PPG-2266: A Surgeon's War11 May 2008 
Book Review: The Golden Horseshoe4 May 2008 
Book Review: Barbarossa & the Retreat to Moscow22 Apr 2008 
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