Friday, October 13, 2006

Five Best War Books

OpinionJournal - Five Best

War Is Hell :: And these are a hell of a quintet of books.

1. "The Irish Guards In the Great War" by Rudyard Kipling (Doubleday, 1923).

2. "Lost Victories" by Erich von Manstein (Regnery, 1958).

3. "Some Desperate Glory" by Edwin Campion Vaughan (Henry Holt, 1981).

4. "Storm of Steel" by Ernst Jünger (1920).

5. "But Not for the Fuehrer" by Helmut Jung, with Mike Nesbitt (AuthorHouse, 2004).

Mr. Cramer is the host of CNBC's "Mad Money" and the markets commentator of

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