J J F Books
Covers the LAH from late 1943 to September 1944, with extensive coverage of actions in Normandy. Many personal accounts.
The concluding volume of the 5-volume set. Covers the LAH from mid-1944 until its surrender in may 1945.
This is the one-volume text history of the division that was written by Karl Ullrich, a Knight's Cross recipient and commander in the division.
The combat biographies of 7 Luftwaffe aces: 3 day-fighter pilots; 1 night-fighter pilot; 1 close-support pilot; and, 2 bomber pilots.
For the first time in English the full story of Otto Skorzeny's mysterious Panzerbrigade 150 and its part in Operation Greif - the deception plan designed to both seize bridges over the Meuse and cause mass confusion among the allied troops - through the
The author team of Jean Restayn and Nicole Moller have done it again! They have created a superb follow-on volume to their terrific first book concerning the southern portion of the epic Battle of Kursk.
Unternehmen Zitadelle (Operation Citadel) was the last chance for the German forces in the east to wrest supremacy from the Red Army by cutting off substantial numbers of their forces inside the Kursk salient.
Variants include: Command Panther A; Command Panther G; Panther pillbox; Recovery Panther with Panzer IV/H turret; Artillery Panther; Flakpanther (several variants); Panther D.
Following in the footsteps of the highly successful Panzer Aces, Franz Kurowski covers the life and times of six leading German tankers
Panzerkrieg — “armored warfare” — is an exciting recounting of the role played by Germany’s armored forces in the epic fighting of World War 2.
Wolfgang Schneider has written the definitive account of German Army small-unit tactics in World War 2.
German general officer casualties in WW2 were far higher than those of all the Allied nations combined.
This volume covers the first and second production series Sd. Kfz. 166's, as well as the retrofitted first production series models.
Variants include: F, F2 and G and the line drawings and color illustrations show each variant in great detail.
With Siege! the author, Pat McTaggart, has focused on six of the lesser-known sieges of WW II:
Even today, some 60-plus years after World War II has ended, anyone with even a passing knowledge of that massive conflict has heard of the Leibstandarte. The Leibstandarte, which started out as Hitler’s personal bodyguard, was considered the elite within
Extensive photo coverage, with detailed captions, of the Waffen SS, from the common soldier in the field to well-known personalities.
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Struggle for Pomerania
The Struggle for Pomerania: The Last Defensive Battles in the East describes in great detail the fighting in the Baltic province of Pomerania and its evacuation from January to May 1945. Trapped between the Soviet drive toward Danzig and the Baltic Sea to
Horst Wessel, The Combat History of the 18. SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division.