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  • Donna S.

    One of my all time favorite books (and mini-series). The story of World War II written by a magnificent writer who actually served during the war.

  • Dean Butler

    The Winds of War - A powerful and insightful behind the scenes look at history unfolding through the eyes of unforgettable fictional characters.

  • Marla Tafelski-Ostrowski

    The Winds of War - Herman Wouk. Follows the drama of the lives of a family of a naval officer and that of a Jewish-American writer living in Siena, Italy, as WWII approaches.

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