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Book Review: The Almost Nearly Perfect People

The Almost Nearly Perfect People:  Behind The Myth Of The Scandinavian Utopia, by Michael Booth It is hard to tell whether the author really wished to damn the Scandinavian cultures with faint praise by exposing the darker side of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: A History Of Scandinavia

A History Of Scandinavia:  Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, & Iceland, by T.K. Derry Do you like 400 page long history books about Scandinavia from the 1970’s that are written from a left-wing politically biased point of view?  If so, this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hitler’s Arctic War

Hitler’s Arctic War: The German Campaigns In Norway, Finland and the USSR 1940-1945, by Chris Mann & Christer Jorgensen Although the arctic area of northern Scandinavia had apparently not previously been known as a high-intensity war zone prior to World … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Winter War

The Winter War: A Novel, by William Durbin In this novel William Durbin, a writer who specializes in biographies of golfers like Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods and in adventure novels geared to teen and young adult readers, writes a … Continue reading

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