Bought no new books, while awaiting some of the stuff that I had ordered in February. Managed to read a dozen. So still slightly behind the curve toward 150, but that should not be hard to regain when I have more time on my hand from September.
Two tougher books to get
through was me finally finishing Lieven's Russia Against Napoleon, a
great work which shows how the Russian army managed to get from
With my modelling efforts came three Osprey's on the M3 Halftrack, Stuart and Panther.
One small subject was the smaller German contingents, from
The last week has seen me racing through some books on the Prussian Army: Classics by Craig, Goerlitz, Demeter and Paret. All together throwing a much more nuanced light on the reform period. Paret's book towers above the others as far as I'm concerned.
And a quick Suske & Wiske as well. This one is about WWI and much darker than any S&W I’ve read.