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A Better Comrade You Will Never Find presents Eastern Front experiences of Helmut Schiebel from 1941 to the end of WW II. The author took part in the invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941 as a member of the 43 Motorcycle Infantry Battalion of the 13 P
An Eclipse without a Future 1945 describes in great detail the fighting during the last month of WW II in northern Germany between the Weser and Elbe rivers. The remnants of Germany’s armed forces desperately fought a gigantic withdrawal action that had n
A superb photo coverage of the German recapture of Kharkov in early 1943. Most of the exceptional photos have never been published before or are rare.
In September 1943 the Allies landed on the Italian mainland, the so-called “soft underbelly” of Europe. Their aim was to knock Italy out of the war and rapidly conquer the country. However, the Italian campaign was one of the toughest of the war.
Double-sided map. Side A has three maps, a large map showing the German and Soviet positions along the Oder Front on 15 April 1945 and two smaller maps, one showing German units moving into and through Berlin, the other showing German attempts to break ou
For many years the German edition of this Wilhelm Tieke book has been used as an important source for books depicting the fighting at the Oder and the final assault on Berlin in 1945.
Very few books have been written about this elite and somewhat mysterious clandestine operations unit.
Bridgehead Kurland is the exciting account of the little-known struggles of Heeresgruppe Kurland in the waning months of World War II.
This is a detailed account of the 1942/43 German campaign in the Caucasus region of Southern Russia.
Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was formed in late 1942 and fought until the bitter end on both the Eastern and Western Fronts.
Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 507 was formed in late 1943 using cadre provided from Panzer-Regiment 4 of the 13. Panzer-Division. In early 1944, it was sent to the Eastern Front, where it successfully participated in a number of defensive efforts as a mobile “
This is a great companion volume to the recently published Combat History of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503.
If you enjoyed Münch's previous work on sPJA 653, you'll love this one. The complete battle diaries of the battalion are provided and complement the text which covers the unit from its formation through its receipt of the Ferdinand and its fighting at Kur
The Combat History of Sturmgeschutz-Brigade 276: Assault Gun Fighting on the Eastern Front 1943-1945
This is the dramatic story of the unsung heroes of the Eastern Front of World War 2, the assault gun soldiers of the Sturmartillerie.
This photo album presents the history of the division through a brief text, hundreds of photographs, several maps and numerous custom color illustrations.
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The CRIMEAN CAMPAIGNS 1941 – 1944 describes the battles for the Crimea during World War Two on two levels: tactical and strategic. The many excellent accounts of small actions are nicely woven into the overall description of the intense fighting for the B
Double-sided full colour map.
Side A has a detailed map of southern Russia from Odessa to the Crimean Peninsula and colour map of the Kerch area on the Crimea.
Side B has a very detailed black and white map of Sevastopol and its immediate area and t
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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.