Readers’ Recommendations of the Week:

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Reader M.C. suggested Wanat: Combat Action in Afghanistan by the US Army Combat Studies Institute. “This really is a book loaded with information that every soldier or citizen soldier should embrace. The ‘lessons learned’ commentary is worth much more than the price of the book.”

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Most people have seen the movie The Eagle Has Landed. But I highly recommend you actually read The book by Jack Higgins. Follow that up with the aftermath, The Eagle Has Flown. I so wish both would be remade into films. Unlike British claims, German troops did land on their soil. Luckily for the Brits they were honorable warriors. – DMS

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Reader S.B. writes in: I found a very interesting book that I believe both you and your readers would enjoy. It’s an analysis of Biblical prophesy written by a former Palestinian terrorist converted to Christianity that is written for Americans/Westerners from a Middle Eastern viewpoint. I have great difficulty finding fault with the main points of his presentation, and I have found that his perspective brings several controversial passages into new focus. Highly recommended. God’s War on Terror: Islam, Prophecy and the Bible.

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SurvivalBlog reader J.H. suggest these books, based on true stories of incredible survival skills:

Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing (ship stranded in Antarctica)

Undaunted Courageby Stephen E. Ambrose (book about Lewis & Clark)

It’s hard to imagine how tough these people were.

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Do you have a favorite book, movie, or video that would be of interest to SurvivalBlog readers? Please send it via e-mail. Thanks!

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