Ground Combat Books
(Janusz Piekalkiewicz)The Second World War made the greatest demands on the German Reichsbahn (national railway. Year after year, great quantities of war materiel were transported – and almost always delivered.
German Panzers and Allied Armour in Yugoslavia in WW Two
When the Yugoslavia theatre of operations in 1941-45 is mentioned, the first description that comes to mind is Bandenkampf (anti-Partisan warfare). And truly, more than any other theatre, fightin
German Paratroops, Uniforms, Insignia and Equipment of the Fallschirmjäger in World War II (R. Kurtz)
(George Forty)Soft cover, large format, 160 pages, 219 black and white photos plus 1 map.
For Frederick the Great, the prescription for warfare was simple: kurz und vives (“short and lively”)—wars that relied upon swift, powerful, and decisive military operations. Robert Citino takes us on a dramatic march through Prussian and German military
Germany's Tiger Tanks: D. W. to Tiger I - Design, Production and Modifications (T. L. Jentz, H. L. Doyle)
Nicknamed the "Ghost Division" because of its speed and habit of turning up where its enemies least expected, the German 11th Panzer Division wreaked havoc in the East and West in World War II, playing a pivotal role in some of the biggest engagements, in
The Good Soldier
From Austrian Social Democracy to Communist Captivity with a Soldier of Panzer-Grenadier Division "Großdeutschland " (Alfred Novotny)
(Stackpole Books / Kurt Meyer) Paperback format reprint of JJ Fedorowicz Publishing Inc.'s title
The armored half-track was one of the few vehicles available to equip the new divisions being formed just prior to World War II. A product of a prewar development program, the first production vehicles were delivered in May 1941.
First volume of this monography describes genesis of half tracked vehicles in the world and American achievements in this area which lead to first successful vehicle — M2 Half-Track.
(Walter J. Spielberger) This new volume presents the wide variety of half-tracked vehicles and their wide range of uses with richly illustrated technical documentation.
A Visual History of the U.S. Army's Wheeled and Tracked Wreckers 1940-1945
(Douglas E. Nash)Virtually unknown in the English-speaking world, the Battle of Cherkassy (also known as the Korsun Pocket) still stirs controversy in both the former Soviet Union and in Germany.
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European Volunteer in World War Two 1939-1945 #2
The main articles in the third issue of The European Volunteer (volume 2) are:
--Langemarck and the Operation Solstice by Massimiliano Afiero
--Spanish Volunteers on the Eastern Front - second part by Antonio Guerra
--SS-Obersturmfuhrer Kurt Sametreit