Posts Tagged ‘ Second World War ’

The BookWag List 10: 10 Books to Buy/Beg/Borrow and Read This Week

May 24, 2013
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The BookWag List 10: 10 Books to Buy/Beg/Borrow and Read This Week

As we head into the weekend, here is our selection of some super reading that will see you not just through the weekend, but the days that follow as well. The Dante Club by Matthew Pearl Dan Brown’s Inferno might be setting sales records, but if you ask us for our favourite mystery around Dante’s…

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Book Review: Compelling Plot, Dry Narration

April 22, 2013
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Book Review: Compelling Plot, Dry Narration

So, did Adolf Hitler actually die in the bunker in Berlin in 1945 or was he able to escape? That is a question that has been raised a few times, but any theories that imply that Der Fuhrer actually got away have been moved to the “crackpot conspiracy theory” category by “experts.” However, we think…

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