Nothing major - Remy from RZM and I are still waiting for copies of Kovel photos from the son-in-law of the SS-PK guy who took them during the battle. Once we get those, we can knock the book out in 6 months. But nothing's happening until then. In the meantime, I've got an article out in the current edition of Armchair General magazine about "Bloody Diversion at Simmerath" about a US infantry company's attempt to seize several bunkers held by the 272nd VGD in the Siegfried Line during January 1945 - that, and a story for Global War Studies, an online publication focusing on WWII. The story will be about "Rommel's Lost Battalions" - those Afrika-Marsch and Tunis-Feld Battalions that were used to build up the Tunis and Bizerte bridgeheads immediately after the Anglo-American landings in NW Afrika. That won't be out until 2011 at the earliest though.
Abbott: This sure is a beautiful forest.
Costello: Too bad you can't see it for all those trees!