World of Warships – Book Club

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ItR;s time for the literary clash of the titans! In the Blue corner we have Neptune’s Inferno (written by James D. Hornfischer) in the USS Massachusetts. In the Red corner we have Shattered Sword (written by Jonathan Parshall and Anthony Tully) in the USS North Carolina. Which WWII book will emerge victorious? Ready? FIGHT!

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  1. Bonesaw0 Death Lord


  2. Eeeey first one, hello from Spain Jingles

  3. Here I am early and I can’t think of a funny thing to say

  4. 10th like!!!!

  5. No views yet one comment, go drunk YouTube, you’re home

  6. I wasn’t going to sleep anyway

  7. So what’s the word on your new kitten, Jingles?! Hope you like it! I say hi for my cats! Long live the King of The Gnomes! Still hope to see you at Tankfest! Your buddy, The Tank Commander

  8. God damnit jingles I need to sleep

  9. 9th comment

  10. jingles i need too sleep!

  11. Actually Jingles (and sorry to use that phrase) the Tirpitz only has up to 11.3km of range on the secondaries. That’s with everything; including relevant skills and flags.

  12. never been this early…. its 1 AM…

  13. Grandpa Jingles? What’s a ‘book’?

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