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16th November , 2019


 

BAYERLEIN: FROM AFRIKAKORPS TO PANZER LEHR

by P. A. Spayd

A comprehensive biography of General-leutnant Fritz Bayerlein (1899-1970), commander of the elite Panzer Lehr Division during World War II and Erwin Rommel's former Chief-of-Staff. Covers his experiences with General Heinz Guderian in the invasions of Poland, France, and Russia, plus his service in North Africa, Hungary, Normandy and the Ruhr. During the Russian winter of 1943-1944, Bayerlein commanded the famous Berlin-Brandenburg 3rd Panzer Division. In his own words he shows his feelings and frustrations on fighting a war of useless bloodshed. Bayerlein's personal friend, Manfred Rommel, provides remarkable insight into the man's nature. Many previously unpublished photographs plus twenty maps drawn by Bayerlein make this book invaluable to military historians.

New in d/w - Large format, 296pp,
340 + colour & b/w ills

Schiffer, 2003
ISBN 0764318867

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Web No.
19070-02

£57.99

 


 

THE 27TH WAFFEN SS VOLUNTEER
                                                 GRENADIER DIVISION LANGEMARCK

by Massimiliano Afiero

 

The Flemish volunteer combat formation, "Langemarck", was employed chiefly on the Eastern Front, first in the Ukraine in early 1944, then in Estonia along the Tannenberg Line in the summer of 1944. Together with other European Waffen-SS volunteers, it was subordinate to III. SS - Pz. Korps. Transformed into a division, "Langemarck" participated in the final fighting on the Pomeranian and Oder fronts. Most of the Flemish volunteers were able to surrender to the Anglo-American forces, thus escaping capture by the Russians. This work fills a gap in Waffen-SS history with appendices on the unit’s operational history, its members, uniforms and insignia.

New in illustrated boards -  Large format, 128pp, numerous b/w photos & maps

Schiffer, 2016
ISBN 9780764350726

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Web No.
37400-01

£33.99

 


GERMAN U-BOAT ACE ROLF MUTZELBURG:
                                           THE PATROLS OF U-203 IN WORLD WAR II

by Luc Braeuer 

German naval officer Rolf Mutzelburg was one of the outstanding figures of the German U-boat arm. After regular successes against the North Atlantic convoys, he found new victims directly along the shores of Canada. He received the highest decorations of the period and became one of the top U-boat aces, becoming one of Admiral Donitz's "Four Aces." A photo album from a crew member, complemented by images sourced at the U-Boat Archive at Cuxhaven, illustrates the astonishing history of U-203 with 240 photographs and documents. Its eleven combat missions are illustrated by numerous maps and sketches plus the complete translation of its logbook.

New in illustrated boards - Large format, 88pp, 240 colour and b/w images

Schiffer, 2015
ISBN 9780764348358

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Web No:
37406-01

£28.99



IN THE SKIES OVER EUROPE

by Ingo Mobius



The Memoirs of Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot Gunther Scholz. An eyewitness account of an important chapter in the history of German military aviation. When WWII started, Scholz was an Oberleutnant and Staffelkapitan in JG 54. Together with his Staffel, he flew in the Polish and Western Campaigns, the Battle of Britain, and the war against Russia. He died in 2014 and was one of last surviving members of the "Legion Condor" and also one of the last major personalities of the Luftwaffe to tell of his experiences. 

New in d/w - 176pp, 100 + b/w photos

Schiffer, 2011
 ISBN 9780764337604

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Web No:
36282-01

£33.99



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 The Editor's Choice:

NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE INDUS,IN SIND & KAUBOOL IN 1883-9. TWO VOLUMES

by Richard Hartley Kennedy


Web No.
27579-01

470.00

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