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18th September 2021


PANZERGRENADIER

by Thomas Anderson







With the development of the German Panzerwaffe, military planners realized both the enormous potential of the tank as a breakthrough weapon, but also the issues faced by support units following the attacking force. A tank assault moved rapidly forwards and this required a motorized infantry which could keep pace with the attack. This motorized infantry element was an integral Schutzenbrigade (rifle brigade), and it was equipped with a suitable means of transport - the Schutzenpanzerwagen APC. During Operation Barbarossa, German forces were faced by the Red Army and unforeseen weather conditions. With the onset of the harsh Russian winter the operation failed, and the war in the east entered a new phase. From experience gained from the operation, a new arm of the military was created: the Panzergrenadier.

New in d/w - 301pp, c500 b/w photos & illustrations

Osprey, 2021
ISBN 9781472841797

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Web No.
38194-01

£30.00




SOSPREY AIRCRAFT OF THE ACES 25:
             MESSERSCHMITT BF 110 ZEROSTORER ACES OF WORLD WAR 2

by John Weal






This volume is the first of its type to be devoted exclusively to the Zerstorer day fighter aces, spanning the war years from Poland to the defence of the Reich. Although Messerschmitt's single-engined Bf 109 has received most of the plaudits for achieving virtual air superiority over Europe in 1939-40, the exploits of the manufacturer's twin-engined Bf 110, the Ju 88 and the Me 410 Zerstörer in the first year of the war also make for very impressive reading. Indeed, on the eve of World War 2 a posting to a Bf 110 unit was considered to be the best career move available in the Luftwaffe.

New in card cover - A4 format, 106pp,
numerous b/w photos & colour profiles

Osprey, 1999
ISBN 9781855327535

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Web No.
38193-01

£15.99
 



 

ALLIANCE FOR MURDER: THE NAZI-UKRAINIAN
                                        NATIONALIST PARTNERSHIP IN GENOCIDE

Edited by B. F. Sabrin






The story of the partnership of Ukrainian nationalists with the SS to implement the "Final Solution" in World War II. Nazi political goals coincided with those of nationalist organisations with chilling results. There are first hand, eyewitness accounts by victims, plus objective analyses of the events surrounding the horrific crimes. Ukranian motivations, and the failings of the Jewish population in Poland and the USSR to react decisively to impending Nazi occupation are documented. Features many previously unpublished photographs.

As new in d/w -  viii + 304pp, 20 photos
Sarpendon Publishing, 1991
ISBN 0962791303

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Web No.
09491-01

£6.00
 

 


 

HITLER'S HENCHMEN

by Guido Knopp





An intimate view of what went on behind the scenes in the Third Reich, drawn from interviews with contemporaries and eyewitnesses, and access to documents and archives. It examines the lives of Goebbels, Goering, Himmler, Hess, Speer and Donitz, tracing their relationships with Hitler and with Nazism. These people shared an awestruck dedication to the Fuhrer and a deep hatred of Jews. Through diaries and the first-hand observations of those around them, their personalities are brought to light.

Like new in d/w - light fading on spine with a small amount of
wear at the top of the spine - 330pp, 29 illustrations

Sutton Publishing, 2000
ISBN 0750925876

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Web No.
29860-02

£10.00

 



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 The Editor's Choice:


THE END OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL ARMY: VOLUME II

by Alan K. Wildman


Web No.
18344-01

£60.00


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