Any good fictional WWII novels?
Read the real thing, WWII fiction is pretty limited tbh as the what actually happened makes for a better read.
The only WWII fictional stuff is Alistair Maclean type stuff and that is special forces stuff and of silly plots like Germans have nuke and are ready to destroy Paris type thing.
There's a lot of good WW 2 fiction if you know where to find it.
Two examples for you to check out:
John McCormick - "The Right Kind of War"
(He's a U.S. 4th Raider Battalion Veteran of the Pacific War turned author in later life.)
Spencer Dumore - 'Bomb Run', 'Final Flight'
'Soldiers of 44' William McGivern
fictional yes, about the battle of the bulge.
''And if i must fall while fighting, pick the flag up and continue with the fight'' Betico Croes Aruban politician and fighter for the 'Status Aparte'
There's one about Dunkirk... I read it close to 20 years ago now, and can't remember the title.
A rag tag group trying to escape to and from Dunkirk, something to do with a French girl.
If this rings a bell for anyone, please let me know. It's driving me nuts, and I want that book.
You can get "Das Riech" The Military Role of the 2nd SS Division in WWII. by James Lucas