Review of Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Morgan, KCB The Planner Who Saved Europe

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This seems like a fascinating historical fiction. Oh I am going to read it for sure.!
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I have never read any history books,I think this is going to be a great one for a start. Thanks for the review.
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As someone fond of history, I guess this one would be a good book to read. Thank you for the review!
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From what i have learned from the review,the book sounds interesting and a worthwhile read.I will definitely add it to my shelves ...
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I have always been fascinated by Historic events and experiences. I am definitely adding this book to shelves. Thank you for the wonderful review.
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In a situation where history is removed entirely from being taught, what can we do?
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this is a good book to read when we are relaxed :D
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I really love history books
It reminds me of the past which can be used to justify the present
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The history books always fascinate me. From review I think this is gonna be the book which I'll really enjoy reading.
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When i was a student i learn social because i love history and when a book is based in history how can ignore it well i will add this to my list
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I love history books. This seems like an interesting story and a very well-written book. Will add this book to my list. Thanks for the great review!
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Post by claudine malijan »

Studying history allows us to observe and understand how people and societies behaved. History provides us with the data that is used to create, or theories about various aspects of society. Amazing idea to have events like this documented and written in a book form also and give us such important reminders.
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I'm really not one for history books but this review has piqued my interest. It does seem as if it would make for an interesting and educational read, seeing as I have not been aware of this side of history.
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I love good books and this sounds like one, also I love the way the reviewer started the review, i just got hooked by it.
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Post by Ananya Dash »

I'm a huge fan of historical fiction. This seems like rather an intriguing read. Will definitely give it a read as soon as possible. Thanks for this well-detailed review.
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