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10 August 2017 08:52 Post ID: #1546738 - in reply to #1546650
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Ah, just got it, a nonce who can read and write.
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10 August 2017 09:00 Post ID: #1546742 - in reply to #1546737
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midway lion - 10/8/2017 08:51

WTF is a nounce !


NO!

I just realised how it might come over.

I'll edit it.


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10 August 2017 12:40 Post ID: #1546778 - in reply to #1546668
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CrawLion - 9/8/2017 17:30

Just finished reading 'Filth' by Irvine Welsh. It's a crime thriller of sorts and an unusual read. Old but you can get copies from World of books online.


Read this many years ago, he got a lot of stick off the critics, they said you can't write a novel like this without being a racist, sexist and drug taking Mong. I gave it to my gf to read she put it in the bin when she finished it, said that nobody else should read.

A clip from the film that s worth a look.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl1anr6hBUM
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10 August 2017 13:19 Post ID: #1546782 - in reply to #1546650
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Papillon by Henri Charrière

Tres Tristes Tigres by Guillermo Cabrera Infante

A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

Quiet Days in Clichy by Henry Miller

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame





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10 August 2017 17:47 Post ID: #1546806 - in reply to #1546650
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Agreed, Papillon, great book, couldn't put it down. If your into history then stallingrad is a awesome read.
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10 August 2017 18:23 Post ID: #1546811 - in reply to #1546806
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E18 wsll - 10/8/2017 17:47

Agreed, Papillon, great book, couldn't put it down. If your into history then stallingrad is a awesome read.


Yes, the one by Tony Beevor?

Bomber by Len Deighton, is brilliant - RAF raids on the Ruhr; story told via the aircrew and the German civilians.

Stunning stuff.



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10 August 2017 18:32 Post ID: #1546812 - in reply to #1546650
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To kill a mockingbird.
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10 August 2017 18:32 Post ID: #1546813 - in reply to #1546811
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Yes that's the one,strange how it's gets you feeling sorry for the krauts!
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10 August 2017 18:40 Post ID: #1546815 - in reply to #1546813
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E18 wsll - 10/8/2017 18:32

Yes that's the one,strange how it's gets you feeling sorry for the krauts!


Kev read it; said they deserved everything they got! But, he didn't use those exact words.

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10 August 2017 18:46 Post ID: #1546816 - in reply to #1546815
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Have read the saids posts I'd be shocked if it was another response.!!
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10 August 2017 18:54 Post ID: #1546818 - in reply to #1546650
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Every young Western person under the age 30-40 (especially Yanks) should read Anthony Beevors Stalingrad, it pretty much shows how and why Europe got divided up after WW2. 26 million Russians died fighting Hitler and his mob, hardly surprising that they walked in and helped themselves to various places. With the subsequent cold war.

And we big ourselves up for standing up to Germany, which is right and proper, however if Stalin hadn't been so much of -and I use this word advisedly- ladies minky, or more of a headcase than Hitler they may have folded.

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10 August 2017 19:06 Post ID: #1546821 - in reply to #1546818
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Agreed,he's was a proper wrong un to his own ppl.he had no scruples for sure. Just makes you wonder what if Hitler had followed through the Moscow assault.deffinatly a life changing episode for many many millions of people thereafter.
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10 August 2017 23:28 Post ID: #1546869 - in reply to #1546811
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ParisWall - 10/8/2017 18:23

E18 wsll - 10/8/2017 17:47

Bomber by Len Deighton, is brilliant - RAF raids on the Ruhr; story told via the aircrew and the German civilians.

Stunning stuff.


:tup:


Bomber by Len Deighton downloaded to Kindle
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11 August 2017 06:18 Post ID: #1546876 - in reply to #1546650
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The ragged trousered philanthropists by Robert Tressell
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11 August 2017 08:19 Post ID: #1546885 - in reply to #1546869
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Durhamlion - 10/8/2017 23:28

ParisWall - 10/8/2017 18:23


Bomber by Len Deighton, is brilliant - RAF raids on the Ruhr; story told via the aircrew and the German civilians.

Stunning stuff.

:tup:


Bomber by Len Deighton downloaded to Kindle :tup:


I'm sure you'll enjoy it mate.

The accounts of the civilians in the story are just as captivating as the RAF and the Luftwaffe aircrew chapters.

I think they call it collateral damage nowadays.




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11 August 2017 08:21 Post ID: #1546886 - in reply to #1546818
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FireWall - 10/8/2017 18:54

Every young Western person under the age 30-40 (especially Yanks) should read Anthony Beevors Stalingrad, it pretty much shows how and why Europe got divided up after WW2. 26 million Russians died fighting Hitler and his mob, hardly surprising that they walked in and helped themselves to various places. With the subsequent cold war.

And we big ourselves up for standing up to Germany, which is right and proper, however if Stalin hadn't been so much of -and I use this word advisedly- ladies minky, or more of a headcase than Hitler they may have folded.



Fire

When you mention "Hitler and his mob" - are you referring to the Glorious Third Reich?



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11 August 2017 11:53 Post ID: #1546923 - in reply to #1546650
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If you have a kindle then I recommend Chasing Tigers

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chasing-Tigers-Mike-Phillips-ebook/dp/B01E3...

I have just finished "I am Pilgrim" by Terry Hayes and it is one of the best books I have ever read.
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