The All Americans in World War II

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Full Title: The All Americans in World War II: A Photographic History of the 82nd Airborne Division at War

This book is pretty cool in its own way. Critics might say that the 1 or so page introduction to each chapter isn't enough to adequately describe a given subject or time frame. But hey, this is only partially about the words. You need those to introduce all the content that follows in each chapter. Many of the pictures are well known and published in many places over the years. Others are darkish and hazy offerings and I get that. This is a book with lots of pictures and not every one of them is going to be great. Still, I'd give this a 4/5 stars.



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