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Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 12 April 2012 23:07 EDT (US)         
So what are you currently in the midst of?

i am currently in the midst of Air Force by Ian Mcphedran. Very awesome book that details the new era in Australian Air power. Very detailed and reasearched with a righting style that keeps you interested. Very Recommended for the Aussies out there(Pitt..)

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
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General Sajaru
Tribunus Laticlavius
posted 29 January 2014 00:35 EDT (US)     226 / 284       
Actually, in economic theory, value is how much a given individual is willing to pay for a good or service (what Terikel said), and the difference between that and market price is consumer surplus. Punic is the far left end of the demand curve.

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction." - Ronald Reagan
"Judge them not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Pick up a rifle and you change instantly from a subject to a citizen." - Jeff Cooper
"I like my enemies like James Bond likes his martinis- shaken, not stirred."
My first book, The King's Own
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 29 January 2014 05:44 EDT (US)     227 / 284       
Interesting...

Anyway- Finished my cataloging of my Non- Fiction books, and the total comes to *Drum roll please*

194 non-fiction History books. I can post the list online for observation, or somehow share the document( no idea how) but that's only if someone wants to see it (I promise no bragging here- I bet many people here have larger collections).

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
Pitt
Tribunus Laticlavius
posted 29 January 2014 07:11 EDT (US)     228 / 284       
A list would be interesting.

If I may paraphrase Douglas Adams, I'm afraid to make a list of my books for fear that it would be large enough to collapse in on itself and form a black hole.

It'd take more than a lifetime to read them all. Fortunately I plan on living forever.

"Into the face of the young man who sat on the terrace of the Hotel Magnifique at Cannes there had crept a look of furtive shame, the shifty, hangdog look which announces that an Englishman is about to talk French." - P.G. Wodehouse, The Luck of the Bodkins
Terikel Grayhair
Imperator
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posted 29 January 2014 12:24 EDT (US)     229 / 284       
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DarthDovah101
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posted 29 January 2014 17:23 EDT (US)     230 / 284       
Unless you become the Face of Boe!
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 29 January 2014 21:41 EDT (US)     231 / 284       
Eternal life is not all that it is cracked up to be. To fully enjoy such a thing, make sure you retain eternal youth simultaneously. Going through eternity with a body turning slowly to shit is not a prospect I would inflict upon anyone.
Not to mention outliving all your friends and loved ones- and having to find a new Girlfriend every 40 years or so...

Here is the List:
The Pacific- Ambrose, Hugh
Band of Brothers- Ambrose, Stephen E.
Gladstone and his ContemporariesVols III-IV- Archer, Thomas
Meditations- Aurelius, Marcus
The Works of Plato, Epictetus & Marcus Aurelius- Aurelius, Marcus & Plato & Epictetus
Russia's Heroes- Axell, Albert
Return to Midway- Ballard, Robert D.
War Photography- Barfield, Thomas
ANZAC to Amiens- Bean, C. E. W.
Stalingrad -Beevor, Antony
Europe 1870-1914- Benns, F. Lee
Europe 1914-1939- Benns, F. Lee & Seldon, Mary E.
Europe 1939 to the Present- Benns, P. Lee & Seldon, Mary E.
Allies at War- Berthon, Simon
Tank Rider- Bessonov, Evgeni
The Cross and the Crescent- Billings, Malcolm
Ground Truth- Bishop, Patrick
The English World- Blake, Robert
Dangerous Days- Brough, Ernest
A Bastard of a Place- Brune, Peter
Those Ragged Bloody Heroes- Brune, Peter
That Mob! The Story of the 55th/ 53rd Battalion- Budden, F.M.
Special Ops 1939-1945- Bull, Stephen
A History of Greece- Bury, B. & Meiggs, Russell
A History of Greece- Bury, B. & Meiggs, Russell
History of Greece- Bury, J.B.
Callsign Hades- Bury, Patrick
Australia in the War of 1939-45- War Economy 39-42- Butlin, S. J.
The Civil War- Caesar
Chindits- Long Range Penetration- Calvert, Michael
The Later Roman Empire- Cameron, Averil
100 Great Kings, Queens and Rulers of the World- Canning, John
First Victory -1914- Carlton, Mike
Gallipoli- Carlyon, Les
Voices From the Trenches- Carthew, Noel
History of Rome- Cary, M.
The Unknown ANZACS- Caulfield, Michael
History's Greatest Battles- Cawthorne, Nigel
World at War- Cawthorne, Nigel
Compendium of Armaments and Military Hardware- Chant, Christopher
Special Forces- Chant, Christopher
Warfare and the Third Reich- Chant, Christopher
International Relations Between the Wars- Chase, D. & Krantz, V.
Armoured Warfare- Clancy, Tom
With Snow on Their Boots- Cockfield, Jamie H.
British Regular Cavalry- Cooper, Leonard
The Lost Diggers- Coulthart, Ross
Great Rescues of World War II- Craughwell, Thomas J.
Who Dares Wins- Cummins, Joseph
Beersheba- Daley, Paul
Crack Hardy- Dando-Collins, Stephen
Heros of the SAS- Davies, Barry
Fighter- The True Story of the Battle of Britain- Deighton, Len
A Genius For War- A life of George S. Patton- D'este, Carlo
China- A Modern History- Dillon, Michael
The Death of Alexander the Great- Doherty, Paul
The Crossroad- Donaldson, Mark
The Devil's Virtuosos: German Generals at War 40-45- Downing, David
Hitler's Nemesis- Dunn, Walter S.
European Land Battles 1939-1943- Dupuy, Trevor
European Land Battles 1944-1945- Dupuy, Trevor
Land Battles: North Africa, Scilily and Italy- Dupuy, Trevor
A Navy for Australia- Evans, Alun
A Fatal Rivalry- Evans, David
In Defence of History- Evans, Richard J.
Seven Medieval Kings- Fahmus, Joseph
Of Nautilus and Eagles- Firkins, P
Nancy Wake- Fitzsimons, Peter
Kokoda- Fitzsimons, Peter
Batavia- Fitzsimons, Peter
Operation Sea Lion- Fleming, Peter
The Korean War- Forbes, Cameron
And We Shall Shock Them- Fraser, David
A Peace to End All Peace- Fromkin, David
Julius Caesar- Man, Soldier and Tyrant- Fuller, J. F. C.
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 1- Gibbon, Edward
Cannae- Goldsworthy, Adrian
The Fall of Carthage- Goldsworthy, Adrian
A Long Way Home- Granquist, Charles
Ancient Battles for Wargamers- Grant, Charles
The Fall of the Roman Empire- Grant, Michael
1001 Battles that Changed the Course of History- Grant, R. G.
Myths of Ancient Greece- Graves, Robert
Weapons of Patton's Armies- Green, Michael and Gladys
The Greco- Persian Wars- Green, Peter
Achtung - Panzer!- Guderian, Hanz
The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance- Hale, John
Vietnam- The Australian War- Ham, Paul
Nineteen Fourteen- Ham, Paul
Kokoda- Ham, Paul
Sandakan- Ham, Paul
World War One - Life in the Trenches- Hamilton, Robert
World War Two - D-Day to Berlin- Hamilton, Robert
A History of Greece to 322BC- Hammond, N.G.L
The British Army- Haswell, Jock
The Histories- Herodotus
The World War II Warship Guide- Hewson, Robert
Rubicon- Holland, Tom
Persian Fire- Holland, Tom
Odyssey- Books XIII- XXIV- Homer
The Pacific War- Hopkins, William B.
The Commanders- Horner, D.M.
Warfare in the Ancient World- Humble, Richard
Hitler's War 1942-1945- Irving, David
Looking Forward Looking Back- Jobson, Christopher
Wings and the Navy 1947- 1953- Jones, Colin
Great Battles- Jorgensen, Christer
The Mask of Command- Keegan, John
The Face of Battle- Keegan, John
Churchill's Generals- Keegan, John
Waffen SS- Keegan, John
History of the Royal Navy- Kemp, Peter
World War II Plans that Never Happened- Kerrihan, Michael
Windows on World War I- Kiester, Edward Jr
Windows on World War II- Kiester, Edward Jr
Helmet For My Pillow- Leckie, Robert
The Battle of Fromelles 1916- Lee, Robert
Slim- The Standard Bearer- Lewin, Ronald
The Spirit of the Digger- Lindsay, Patrick
Rome- Lozzi Roma
Hitler's Enforcers- Lucas, James
Weapons of World War 2- Ludeke, Alexander
Australians At War- Macdougall, A.K.
Kokoda Track- Macinnis, Peter
Ataturk- Mango, Andrew
Great Battles of World War II- Mann, Chris
Great Battles of World War II- Mann, Chris
Battleships- Marriott, Leo
Dreadnaught- Massie, Robert K.
Legionary- Matyszak, Philip
Great American Generals of World War 2- Mayer, S. L. & Wykes, Alan & Hogg, Ian
Roden Cutler- McCullough, Colleen
The Stength of a Nation- McKernan, Michael
The Australian People and the Great War- McKernan, Michael
Australia 1942- End of Innocence- McKinlay, Brian
Air Force- McPhedran, Ian
The Amazing SAS- McPhedran, Ian
Soldiers Without Borders- McPhedran, Ian
The Second World War in the West- Messenger, Charles
War At Sea- Miller, Nathan
Running the War in Iraq- Molan, Jim
The Desert War- Moorhead, Alan
The Venetian Empire- Morris, Jan
Marshall- Organiser of Victory- Mosley, Leonard
Forgotten Soldiers- Moynahan, Brian
Military Innovation in the Interwar Period- Murray, Williamson & Millett, Allen R.
Fighting the Great War- Neiberg, Michael S.
The Spirit of Kokoda- Patrick Lindsay
The Orbis Military Yearbook 1987- Pimlott, John
The Rise and Fall of Athens- Plutarch
Soviet Tank Units 1939-45- Porter, David
Emperors of Rome- Potter, David
Aircraft Carriers- Preston, Antony
Lightning Death- The Story of the Waffen SS- Quarrie, Bruce
The Nature of Alexander the Great- Renault, Mary
Captain Cook in the Pacific- Rigby, Nigel
Stilwell- Rooney, D. D
World War 1- Ross, Stewart
World War I- Ross, Stewart
From the Gracchi to Nero- Scullard, H.H
The War at Sea- Sheedy, Brian
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich- Shirer, William L.
Eisenhower As a Militar Commander- Sixsmith, E.K.G.
With the Old Breed- Sledge, E.B
The War's Long Shadow- Smith, Bradley F.
Helmand Assult- Southby-Tailyour, Ewen
Invading Australia- Stanley, Peter
Hitler as Military Commander- Strawson, John
The Twelve Caesars- Suetonius
The Art of War- Sun Tzu
The Titanic- Swift, Michael
The Peloponnesian War- Thucydides
Rome '44- Trevelyan, Raleigh
The Bombing of Darwin- Tucker, Alan
The History of the Baltic Countries- Vent, Ursula & Kiverik, Indrek
The Third Reich at War- Veranov, Michael
The Berlin Wall- Viergutz, Volker
The Aeneid- Virgil
Der Fuhrer- The Life and Times of Adolf Hitler- Walther, Herbert
Panzer- Warner, Philip
Infantry Weapons- Weeks, John
A World At Arms- Weinberg, Gerhard L.
Histories Worst Decisions- Weir, Stephen
Allied Special Forces- Westwell, Ian & Dunstan, Simon
Fighting Machines of World War II- White, B.T.
D-Day to Berlin- Williams, Andrew
World War I- Willmott, H.P.
World War II- Willmott, H.P. & Cross, Robin & Messenger, Charles
The Illustrated History of Weaponry- Wills, Chuck
The Struggle for Europe- Wilmot, Chester
Cinematic History of War and Epics- Wilshin, Mark
Beyond Band of Brothers- Winters, Dick
Armies of the World 1854-1914- Woodward, David
Life in the Age of Chivalry- Yapp, Nick
Sorry about the Mess- Excel doesnt exactly copy well. :/
I have about 3 or so doubles, but besides that, it should be all kosher

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda

[This message has been edited by Awesome Eagle (edited 01-29-2014 @ 09:56 PM).]

Alex_the_Bold
Legionary
posted 01 February 2014 13:40 EDT (US)     232 / 284       
Wow... That's quite a long list. Mine is waaay smaller, unfortunately, mostly due to the lack of time and money...

Invincibility lies in defence, while the possibility of victory in the attack -Sun Tzu
Akouson me, pataxon de (hit me, but first listen to me)-Themistocles to Euribiadis prior to the battle of Salamis.
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 01 February 2014 23:31 EDT (US)     233 / 284       
Ok- SO i finally finished 1914 by Paul Ham and it was fantastic. Excellently researched, in a style that is complex yet easy to read and follow, this is definitely a recommendation if anyone out there has the opportunity to get their hands on it- DO IT!

Moving on to Military Innovation in the Interwar Period by Williamson Murray and Allan Millett. It promises to be very interesting

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
Alex_the_Bold
Legionary
posted 11 February 2014 05:07 EDT (US)     234 / 284       
Well, I'm currently in the middle of "Eight" by Cathrine Neville. A very interesting book combining mystery and suspense with history and the game of chess...

Invincibility lies in defence, while the possibility of victory in the attack -Sun Tzu
Akouson me, pataxon de (hit me, but first listen to me)-Themistocles to Euribiadis prior to the battle of Salamis.
Pitt
Tribunus Laticlavius
posted 19 April 2014 09:38 EDT (US)     235 / 284       
I've been helping out with clearing my grandmother's house, and I think I've worked out that book collecting is hereditary on my mother's side of the family.

It turns out there is such a thing as too many books.

So far I've found quite literally thousands, including ones in boxes stacked on top of each other in wardrobes. The vast majority are unfortunately (or, come to think of it, fortunately) of little interest, though I have taken about two boxes. I did find a first edition (1906) of Upton Sinclair's The Jungle and a sadly deteriorated 1887 book of H. Rider Haggard.

"Into the face of the young man who sat on the terrace of the Hotel Magnifique at Cannes there had crept a look of furtive shame, the shifty, hangdog look which announces that an Englishman is about to talk French." - P.G. Wodehouse, The Luck of the Bodkins
Punic Hebil
Centurion
(id: Punic Hoplite)
posted 19 April 2014 18:27 EDT (US)     236 / 284       
I wouldn't say there is such a thing as too many books, just that there is too small a room to hold such volumes of said books.

Awesome might agree with me on this

I am the Carthaginian who became an angel, and surrendered his wings for a life on the sea of battle.

My magic screen is constantly bombarded with nubile young things eager to please these old eyes. This truly is a wonderful period in which to exist! - Terikel the Deflowerer
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 19 April 2014 20:07 EDT (US)     237 / 284       
I wouldn't say there is such a thing as too many books, just that there is too small a room to hold such volumes of said books.

Awesome might agree with me on this
AMEN BROTHER! Haha

Quick question: anyone else read the Rangers Apprentice books? Although they are teen fiction(I started reading them when I was about 14) I still find them one of my favorite books.

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda

[This message has been edited by Awesome Eagle (edited 04-19-2014 @ 08:08 PM).]

Scenter102
Legionary
posted 19 April 2014 22:54 EDT (US)     238 / 284       
Quick question: anyone else read the Rangers Apprentice books? Although they are teen fiction(I started reading them when I was about 14) I still find them one of my favorite books
I read the first few and thought they were decent.
General Sajaru
Tribunus Laticlavius
posted 19 April 2014 23:12 EDT (US)     239 / 284       
Quick question: anyone else read the Rangers Apprentice books? Although they are teen fiction(I started reading them when I was about 14) I still find them one of my favorite books.
I read most of them (I think they came out with a few new ones lately) a while back, and found them to be quite decent. However, the whole 'I'm pretty much just copying the world because I don't want to make up my own one' annoys me a little. I mean, if you're going to have Romans who form testudo, just call them that and get it over with.

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction." - Ronald Reagan
"Judge them not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Pick up a rifle and you change instantly from a subject to a citizen." - Jeff Cooper
"I like my enemies like James Bond likes his martinis- shaken, not stirred."
My first book, The King's Own
Pitt
Tribunus Laticlavius
posted 22 April 2014 10:45 EDT (US)     240 / 284       
I wouldn't say there is such a thing as too many books, just that there is too small a room to hold such volumes of said books.
That's what I always used to think. Maybe it's because I came across so many doubles, and even a few triples, of the same books.

(That said, on a couple of occasions I've also accidentally bought books that I already have. I plead mitigating circumstances)

"Into the face of the young man who sat on the terrace of the Hotel Magnifique at Cannes there had crept a look of furtive shame, the shifty, hangdog look which announces that an Englishman is about to talk French." - P.G. Wodehouse, The Luck of the Bodkins
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 26 April 2014 19:34 EDT (US)     241 / 284       
I read most of them (I think they came out with a few new ones lately) a while back, and found them to be quite decent. However, the whole 'I'm pretty much just copying the world because I don't want to make up my own one' annoys me a little. I mean, if you're going to have Romans who form testudo, just call them that and get it over with.
True that, but i suppose if you have a make-believe-kind-of-England you cant really have a historical Roman empire.
That's what I always used to think. Maybe it's because I came across so many doubles, and even a few triples, of the same books.

(That said, on a couple of occasions I've also accidentally bought books that I already have. I plead mitigating circumstances)
I accidentally bought a book i already had, which motivated me to write up my library. I bought some more books the other day(for those of you not friends with me on Facebook):



Which brings my total to 206. I have a problem, but it feels sooooooo good....:|

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
Hannibal the Conqueror
Legionary
(id: HannibalBarcaXXI)
posted 02 May 2014 07:37 EDT (US)     242 / 284       
Currently reading Richard Feynman: A Life in Science. I am liking it so far, especially since it conveys much of what happened in the life of a great scientist.

"I long for Darkness."
- Cormac McCarthy, The Sunset Limited.

"We are a species that ravages, plunders, kills, destroys, rapes and enslaves in the name of progress."
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 29 May 2014 05:16 EDT (US)     243 / 284       
Just started the first Game of Thrones book. Just before this i finished Rangers Apprentice- The Royal Ranger. Great book- and a suitable way to end the series.

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
General Sajaru
Tribunus Laticlavius
posted 29 May 2014 11:04 EDT (US)     244 / 284       
Just started the first Game of Thrones book.
Have you watched the show at all? In my opinion, it's probably better to watch it first if you're ever going to, otherwise it'll be too frustrating to watch afterwards.

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction." - Ronald Reagan
"Judge them not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Pick up a rifle and you change instantly from a subject to a citizen." - Jeff Cooper
"I like my enemies like James Bond likes his martinis- shaken, not stirred."
My first book, The King's Own
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 29 May 2014 19:44 EDT (US)     245 / 284       
I have watched the first season and episode one of season 2. Is this enough to cover the first season?

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
Punic Hebil
Centurion
(id: Punic Hoplite)
posted 29 May 2014 21:46 EDT (US)     246 / 284       
Have you watched the show at all? In my opinion, it's probably better to watch it first if you're ever going to, otherwise it'll be too frustrating to watch afterwards.
This. The show follows the books basically word for word in the first season, and then starts to drift a little after that, though still staying very true to the story line. The books, however, are always going to be richer in that they can have inner monologue and observations.

I watched all of season 3 before I started reading the books, and I definitely think show then books is the way to go.

I am the Carthaginian who became an angel, and surrendered his wings for a life on the sea of battle.

My magic screen is constantly bombarded with nubile young things eager to please these old eyes. This truly is a wonderful period in which to exist! - Terikel the Deflowerer
Jekyll
Legionary
(id: Vault Dweller)
posted 30 May 2014 06:51 EDT (US)     247 / 284       
honestly the books are a shitload better, youre not missing out on a huge amount by skipping the show entirely, except maybe conversation with people who think they are cutting edge by watching the latest epidsode.
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 21 July 2014 19:45 EDT (US)     248 / 284       
So I finnaly got around to doing a bit of reading and finally managed to Finish the first Game of Thrones book which was pretty awesome. Then, on a wave of reading I finished The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky which, if you hav enever seen the movie or read the book is amazing and is a definately a good read. My girlfriend got me Jungle Warriors- From Tobruk to Kokoda and beyond, how the Australian Army became the world's most deadly jungle fighting force by Adrian Threlfall andIi am plowing into in the mad hope that I will finish it before next Tuesday which is when University starts again.

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
Alex_the_Bold
Legionary
posted 23 July 2014 06:06 EDT (US)     249 / 284       
I'm currently in the midst of "The name of the rose" by Umberto Eco. A very interesting book, with slow-paced action and long dialogues...

Invincibility lies in defence, while the possibility of victory in the attack -Sun Tzu
Akouson me, pataxon de (hit me, but first listen to me)-Themistocles to Euribiadis prior to the battle of Salamis.
Awesome Eagle
Spear of Mars
(id: awesomated88)
posted 28 August 2014 05:35 EDT (US)     250 / 284       
Reading Caesar's Gallic Wars for an Ancient History class at uni. Very interesting read and it is quite unique to hear from the man himself..

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
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