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Thank you very much for the cover. I wouldn't have found it without your comment as I rarely have time to go back and search for covers
Thanks for cover! It really is a neat book; I purchased it while on family vacation in Hawaii in '76.
Thanks, now will figure how to move your image over to the record I used for this book. Always something with LT
Thanks for my first response. I really consider myself a learner regarding DDay. I would really like to learn more about the Canadian tanks post DDay. The South Saskatchewan Regiment also had quite a record in Normandy. Thanks again.Ron
I certainly don't challenge your challenge to Ambrose jingoistic history. I really thought the breakthrough at St. Lo was more pivotal. The superiority of the German forces is evident when one sees they held the Allies on the beaches from June 6th until the end of August. This is spite of the fact they had no effective airforce; no huge ships shelling on demand; and supply lines which stretched back to Germany. Ambrose also conveniently forgets the Canadians got the farthest and met more objectives than any other force. Not bad for a highly trained forces but also one with no combat experience. This inexperience showed when they and the equally inexperienced Poles tries to close The Gap. One question, which objectives did the yankee paratroopers miss? One of their problems was allowing pilots with no combat experience to fly the C 47's which dropped the airbourne troops. Have you ever been able to find a history of the Fort Gary Horse? Anyway, enjoyed your review. Ron

One more cover done!
Gosh,, thanks! I will see if i can add your cover. It looks like my book.
I'm slow but thanks, I sure prefer the covers but haven't bothered to figure out how to make new ones!
I don't remember thanking you and I do thank you!
Thanks for the cover!
I figured out how to add your cover! Thank you again for sharing.
Thank you for adding the cover and offering to share. How do I add the cover you added to my library?
Thanks for that. Different cover than we have, but better than nothing!
Thank you! I've uploaded the cover. Wow, only three of us have it? :-)
Thanks for the cover!!!
I updated the cover picture with yours - thanks! - Jonathan.
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Thanks for the info.
I appreciated your cover upload. I need to reconfigure my printer for scanning, which I haven't done for almost a year. I have lots of books without covers, particularly ones with a transportation interest.
Thank you!
Thanks. Some of the coverless books were purchased at library sales with not cover. Others I haven't tried to upload.
Hi, thank you for the cover up-load. I still haven't figured out how to do it myself, so I appreciate any help, especially something this easy. I enjoy history in general, W. W. II also because I was born in Hungary in 1944 and the rest of my life was shaped by subsequent events and my parents reaction. Thank you again for helping me. Thom, (thosgpetri)
Hi, thanks; I'm digging further (to avoid signing up for a 'free' trial offer) and came inmmediately across this Legislative Resolution honoring Dr. Alex Tulsky:
Hvae to get back to my volunteer work at Friends of the Lake Forest Library in preparation for meeting with our auditor. If I find more I'll drop you a note.

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Thank you very much. May your next read rate five stars.
Thanks, I added it; unfortunately the copy I have didn't have the dust jacket. The book, Lucky Forward, is Ex libris (Alex S. Tulsky, MD): the frontispeirce of Bradley "decorating" Patton is inscribed in ink "To Al: Thank God you came back! Love Sis & Sara". My presumption is that the MD served in the 3rd Army, that the inscription is contemporary(to the publication date), but not known in what capacity the MD served.

Still haven't gotten to read it as yet (along wiht several hundreds in my library), but one of these day!
Thanks, but mine is a completely different edition, even with a different title (Drive to Victory)
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Thanks very much!
Very much appreciate - Eventually I hope to be able to add any covers not present for the Ballantines' series- or whatever else I can find. Thanks again.
Many thanks. I was the publisher of that book.
Thanks for the cover upload, I think it adds a lot to the library thing experience to have the covers.
I received your book cover for Being Born and Growing Older. Thanks. I uploaded it right away to my entry.
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