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  • Remember

    Net sales benefit the Semper Fi Fund. A look into the minds of men during close combat in one day's fighting during The War to End All Wars. Graphic descriptions likely to be triggers. A tough read, but reality based.

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  • Technical disaster

    The writer has a nice smooth first person style. But, there are a lot of technical errors. The Thompson submachine gun is not invented until 1921, and the early versions use a 50 or 100 round drum magazine. The 1903 Springfield has a five round internal non-removable magazine. It can be loaded with a stripper clip, pushing the rounds down into the magazine or with single rounds one at a time. The rifle also has a magazine stop, which allows the rifleman to ceasing feeding rounds from the magazine, allowing him to load on round at a time, until he needs the 5 stored. Tough to read historical fiction that has such errors.

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