Thread: History books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desolation View Post
    Hey guys ! As soon as summer break starts I want to read a few books about history (more focused on wars and dictators) and I'd like a few suggestions. I have my eyes on Marx's & Engel's Communist Manifesto but I'd like a few good reads on WWII, WWI, Vietnam, Cold War.. etc. Those books need to be affordable and on though because book store around here don't have many English books.. Also, I don't want to read an interpretation but rather facts and an analysis so.. If you guys know of any good book, that'd make me really happy =)

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    Read Mein Kampf? I haven't myself, but I've seen a few quotes. Interesting stuff if your into wars and dicatorships for sure.

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