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21st November 2020


 

COMBAT HISTORY OF 17.SS-PANZER-GRENADIER-DIVISION
                                                     GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN: VOLUME 1

by Hans Stober  

This is the first volume of a three-volume set that describes in detail the establishment and combat history of the 17. SS Panzer-Grenadier-Division 'Gotz von Berlichingen'. By order of Adolf Hitler, this division was established in October 1943 in France and trained there until its first actions at the beginning of June 1944. It was a unique Waffen-SS division because it fought exclusively on the Western Front against Allied units in Normandy at Carentan, in the Coutances Pocket, in Operation Luttich, and in the Falaise Pocket. It then retreated to the Seine and Meuse rivers, refitting in Lorraine and the Saar for further engagements against American and Allied forces.



New in illustrated boards - 577pp, 80 photos, 34 maps, 27 appendices

J.J. Fedorowicz, 2017
 ISBN 9781927332092

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Web No:
38123-01

£48.00

 


 

COMBAT HISTORY OF 17. SS PANZER-GRENADIER-DIVISION
                                                       GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN: VOLUME 2

by Hans Stober




In the Combat History of the 17. SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division 'Gotz von Berlichingen' Volume 2, Hans Stober continues the history of this unit in the second installment of a three-volume set. Covering the period September 1944 to February 1945, it details the retreat to the Maginot Line, the fighting around Metz, and the retreat and fighting in around Saarbrucken.

New in illustrated boards - 460pp,
63 photos, 23 maps

 J.J. Fedorowicz, 2019
ISBN 9781927332122 

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Web No
38124-01

£46.00

 


 

COMBAT HISTORY OF 17.SS-PANZER-GRENADIER-DIVISION
                                                        GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN: VOLUME 3

by Helmut Gunther

This volume documents the final combats of the 17. SS Panzer-Grenadier-Division Gotz von Berlichingen from mid-March to beginning of May 1945. Decimated and exhausted, outnumbered and outgunned, and always under Allied air attacks, its soldiers fought and retreated repeatedly to the next defensive position. The desolate trail led through the Saar into the Westwall, which was penetrated easily. They defended at the Gemersheim Bridgehead, in the Oden Forest, and in The Crailsheim Pocket, and finally resisted bitterly in the street of Nurnberg. The remnants retreated southeast to the Tyrol, where they surrendered to US troops at Lake Achen.
 

New in illustrated boards - 480pp, 167 photos. 14 maps, 20 documents

J.J. Fedorowicz, 2020
 ISBN 9781927332153

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Web No.
38119-01

£54.00

 


 

KOMMANDO

by Leo Kessler 



The story of Hitler's Special Forces in WWII. First in the field with this form of warfare, they played an extensive role in the Third Reich's military operations. Includes the Brandenburg Commandos in Poland, France, Egypt and Africa, behind the lines in Russia, plus the SS Kommando Units of Otto Skorzeny.

Fine in d/w - 176pp, 32 photos

Leo Cooper, 1995
ISBN 0850524644 

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Web No.
27229-01

£10.00

 



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THE END OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL ARMY: VOLUME II

by Alan K. Wildman


Web No.
18344-01

£60.00


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