Andrew Nguyen

ww2dbaseAndrew Nguyen joined both and teams in 2009 primarily as a book reviewer.

Latest Contributions

Book Review: Operation Barbarossa9 Sep 2016 
Book Review: 1945: A Novel26 Aug 2016 
Book Review: The Dnepr 1943: Hitler's Eastern Rampart Crumbles17 Aug 2016 
Book Review: F4F Wildcat vs. A6M Zero-sen3 Aug 2016 
Book Review: Zhukov at the Oder13 Jul 2016 
Book Review: Japan's Longest Day29 Jun 2016 
Book Review: When Titans Clashed22 Jun 2016 
Book Review: Kursk 1943: The Northern Front9 Dec 2015 
Book Review: German Infantryman vs Soviet Rifleman: Barbarossa 194125 Nov 2015 
Book Review: F6F Hellcat vs A6M Zero-sen11 Nov 2015 
Book Review: Panzer III vs Somua S 353 Nov 2015 
Book Review: Shanghai 1937: Stalingrad on the Yangtze27 May 2015 
Book Review: China's World War II 1937-1945: Forgotten Ally13 May 2015 
Book Review: Japan 1941: Countdown to Infamy29 Apr 2015 
Book Review: Jagdpanther vs SU-10017 Sep 2014 
Book Review: King Tiger vs IS-23 Sep 2014 
Book Review: Kharkov 194227 Aug 2014 
Book Review: Demyansk 1942-4320 Aug 2014 
Book Review: Salerno 1943: The Allies invade southern Italy7 Aug 2013 
Book Review: USS Cassin Young (DD-793): A Fletcher Class Destroyer18 Jun 2013 
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Photographs/Maps Contributions

5-inch 38-caliber gun mount aboard museum ship Iowa, 2012Bow of museum ship Iowa, seen from the superstructure, 2012Chaff launchers aboard museum ship Iowa, 2012Close-up of the top of the superstructure of museum ship Iowa, 2012
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