More Musings, More Thoughts for the Last Day of September 2020

More Thoughts & Musings for Wednesday, September 30, 2020 Hi there – again – Dear Reader. Yes, I’m back. I wasn’t planning on writing a third post today, but my mind is so full of thoughts that it feels as though my head will explode if I don’t give them an outlet. Besides, I’m aContinue reading “More Musings, More Thoughts for the Last Day of September 2020”

Book Review: ‘Snow and Steel: The Battle of the Bulge, 1944-45’

Snow and Steel: Hitler’s Last Gamble in the West Examined On November 28, 2014, the Oxford University Press published Snow and Steel: The Battle of the Bulge, 1944-45, an in-depth book about Operation Autumn Mist (Herbstnebel, which can also be translated from German as “Autumn Fog”), the last counter-offensive launched by Nazi Germany on theContinue reading “Book Review: ‘Snow and Steel: The Battle of the Bulge, 1944-45’”

Musings & Thoughts for September 27, 2020: Absentee Ballots, Books, and Stormy Weather

Musings & Thoughts for September 27, 2020 Hi there, Dear Reader. It’s late morning (past 9 AM) here on this last Sunday of September 2020. It’s going to be a hot, humid day; the current temperature outside is 80˚F (27˚C)  under mostly sunny skies. With humidity at a sticky 92% and a becalmed wind, rightContinue reading “Musings & Thoughts for September 27, 2020: Absentee Ballots, Books, and Stormy Weather”

Book Review: ‘Sand and Steel: The D-Day Invasion and the Liberation of France’

A Plethora of D-Day Books I have an obsession with D-Day. Don’t ask me why. I couldn’t begin to give you a rational answer. As a first-generation American citizen born to two immigrants from Colombia, I don’t have any personal connection to the Second World War. Yes, Colombia joined the Allies (then called the UnitedContinue reading “Book Review: ‘Sand and Steel: The D-Day Invasion and the Liberation of France’”