Juha rated it it was ok Sep 07, Kenneth John Macksey MC 1 July — 30 November was a British author and historian who specialized in military history and military biography , particularly of the Second World War. Lists with This Book. Ryan Boyer rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Jeff Jones rated it it was amazing Feb 17,
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First Clash:Combat by Kenneth John Macksey
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Combat by Kenneth John Macksey Editor. Sebmar rated it it was amazing Aug 22, Kenneyh Macksey was a tank man who saw combat with the RTR in Normandy, there’s plenty of cockup, cowardice, chaos and occasional flashes of luck in the story, that make is seem significantly more real then other official “accounts” of WWIII that I’ve read.
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The narrative is presented as a novel with bullet points at the end of each chapter drawing the reader’s in this case presumably a serving officer in the Canadian army to the most important points covered in the chapter. Ryan Boyer rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Michael Dorosh rated it really liked it Jul 07, Dave Beeman rated it really liked it Feb 01, Lists with This Book.
First Clash: Combat Close-up in World War Three – Kenneth Macksey – Google Books
Why the Germans lose at war: Ronald Egy rated it liked it May 17, Publications [ edit ] Kenneeth Shadow of Vimy Ridge. Combat close-up in World War Three. Books by Kenneth John Macksey. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The narrative is presented as a novel with An odd book, originally comissioned as a manual for mcaksey Canadian Armed Forces in the early eighties, it describes the first three days of a thankfully fictional World War Three as experienced by the men of a Canadian armoured battle group.
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