Mordante
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Recommended reading...

Fri 03 Sep 2021, 13:27

Has anyone out there have any recommended reading which would be useful or get the creative juices flowing for T2000?
 
baldrick0712
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Re: Recommended reading...

Fri 03 Sep 2021, 19:19

Has anyone out there have any recommended reading which would be useful or get the creative juices flowing for T2000?
I would say probably anything by Tom Clancy (although all I ever read of his was "Rainbow Six" as far as I recall).
 
Lystra
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Re: Recommended reading...

Sat 04 Sep 2021, 08:32

Poland by Mitchener
 
Nicolas Michon
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Re: Recommended reading...

Sat 04 Sep 2021, 11:05

For the military stuff, "Team Yankee" (even though the end is meh) and "Red Storm Rising". For the "country at war", and a view from the other side, I warmly recommend Arkady Babchenko's "One soldier's war", about the war in Chechnya.. It is a gut punch, but indispensible in my view. To get a more detailed sense of Soviet doctrine and the way things worked in the Red Army, do take a look at "The bear went over the mountain", a series of Soviet training vignettes from the war in Afghanistan, annotated by Lester Grau.
 
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Sat 04 Sep 2021, 12:56

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