More free Kindle military books

Discussion in 'The Book Club' started by jimmys_best_mate, Jun 2, 2012.

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  1. will give them both a go. Thank you
     
  2. Thank you!
     
  3. Thank you
     
  4. Another thanks .
     
  5. does anybody know how many free military ebooks are avaliable on amazon or on other sites, i have the kindle fire so would like to find a few more cheers
     
  6. Go to Kindle Books - History - Military. In the top right corner of the screens there's a drop down box. Change it to 'Arrange lowest price to highest' (or something similar). The free ones will be the first couple of pages.
     
  7. Damn, panzer gunner is a tenner now. Can you email kindle books once downloaded?
     
  8. check your pms.
     
  9. Another one free today:

    Game to the Last - The 11th Australian Infantry Battalion at Gallipoli eBook: James Hurst: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

    "The book follows the battalion members as they leave their homes and lives in Western Australia, embark for overseas service, experience the excitement and boredom of arid and exotic Egypt, and undergo their baptism of fire in the first wave of the Australian and New Zealand landings at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. Game To the Last casts its net wide to find and tell these men’s stories and is the culmination of many years’research. Author James Hurst has visited the men’s training grounds and battlefields, homes and graves. Many previously unpublished personal accounts provide the heart of the narrative, while extensive research provides context and colour. This is a story about sons, brothers, husbands who became soldiers in a bloody war on foreign soil. Their experiences are documented and retold with admiration and respect, and remind the reader of the human face of war. "

    Free now, but to be £5.31 for those that ain't quick enough....
     
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    Just as an aside, would a stickie not be a good idea for anyone to post any free Kindle books they find, that might be of interest to other users?
     
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