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OPERATIONAL HISTORIES, BATTLES • PANZERS, PANZER FORCES, TIGER TANKS, ARTILLERY, VEHICLES
German Paratroops in Scandinavia: Fall-schirm-
jäger in Denmark and Norway April-June 1940
Óscar González. The German conquest of Denmark and
Norway in spring 1940 presents an interesting study
of joint strategy between ground, air, and sea forces.
Among the topics discussed are German paratroop
operations against the main Danish and Norwegian
bridges and aerodromes, the jump on Dombås, behind
enemy lines, and also their tenacious resistance on
the snow-covered grounds of Narvik.
Size:6”x9”•160color/bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3241-8•hard•$45.00
German Anti-Partisan Warfare in Europe 1939-
45
Colin Heaton. The German invasion, conquest, and
occupation of Europe sparked a civilian insurgency
response never before witnessed in history. This new
book uses exclusive interviews with German and Allied
soldiers and commanders as well as civilian irregulars
who participated in irregular warfare, either as partisans
or guerrillas during WWII.
Size:6”x9”•100bwphotos•480pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1395-9•hard•$29.95
Rommel in the Desert: Victories and
Defeat of the Afrikakorps 1941-43
Volkmar
Kühn. The complete story of Rommel in North
Africa is told in this detailed volume. The reader
is taken through the initial formation of the
Afrikakorps, the stunning early victories, the battles
throughoutCyrenaica,andtheraceacrossLibya.Then
thedefeatatElAlameinandthelongretreatstoTripoli
andTunisareexplored.EverytacticalaspectoftheNorth
Africancampaign isexamined,withdetailedmaps .
Size:8.5”x11”•200bwphotos•224pp.
ISBN:978-0-88740-292-0•hard•$49.99
Rommel and the Secret War in North
Africa: Secret Intelligence in the North
African Campaign 1941-43
Janusz Piekalk-
iewicz. Piekalkiewicz chronicles the British Secret
Inteligence Service (SIS) and the “Ultra” secret,
and its effect on the campaign in North Africa
during WWII. On the German side, Rommel also
knew the use of intercepted enemy messages – an
awareness that the British were able to gain only
much too late and after many sacrifices.
Size:7”x10”•220photos/maps•240pp.
ISBN:0-88740-340-9•hard•$29.95
Summer of ’42: A Study of German-Armenian
Relations During the Second World War
Levon
Thomassian. Despite the overwhelming contributions
made by the Armenians to the Allied war effort, at least
18,000 served under the Third Reich. After the war, these
so-called collaborators were labeled as traitors by those
unable to grasp the complexity of their circumstances.
Largely based on archival research, this book attempts
to separate fact from fallacy by examining the motives,
treatment, and history of these Armenians.
Size:6”x9”•40color/bwphotos•216pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4045-1•hardcover•$29.99
Tank Combat in North Africa: The Open-
ing Rounds - Operations Sonnenblume,
Brevity, Skorpion and Battleaxe
Thomas L.
Jentz. Covered here are the tank battles fought
during the opening phase of the war in North
Africa. This book is compiled from original records
for over thirty years in an attempt to find data
that would aid in assessing and understanding
the tank battles that took place in North Africa.
Size:8.5”x11”•130bwphotos•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0226-4•hard•$49.95
Germany’s First Ally: Armed Forces of the
Slovak State 1939-45
Kliment & Nakládal.
Though hampered by a shortage of specialists in
its air force, armored units and artillery, the Slovak
Army managed to field several division-sized units
and sustain them during the initial three years of
combat on the Eastern front. This book describes
the composition, dislocation and equipment of all
branches of the Slovak army and its operational
history through the war years.
Size:8.5”x11”•250photos/maps•208pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0589-1•hard•$39.95
Red Army Tank Commanders: The Armored
Guards
Richard Armstrong. Tank and mechanized
forces spearhead Red Army operations from the
gates of Stalingrad to the center of Berlin. This book
profiles six Soviet commanders who rose to lead six
tank armies created by the Red Army on the eastern
front during WWII. Each commanders’ combat career
is examined and reveals these lesser known leaders
and their operations.
Size:6”x9”•5maps•476pp.
ISBN:0-88740-581-9•hard•$24.95
Red Army Legacies: Essays on Forces, Capa-
bilities & Personalities
Richard Armstrong. For
twenty-five years, it was the author’s job to watch
and examine the Soviet Army for a possible conflict,
and to understand the Soviet Army’s use of its combat
experience. Armstrong’s eleven essays show how the
Soviet Army used its “Red Army Legacy”.
Size:8.5”x11”•256pp.
ISBN:0-88740-805-2•hard•$24.95
PANZERS, PANZER FORCES, TIGER TANKS,
ARTILLERY, VEHICLES
The Secret Beginnings of Germany’s Panzer
Troops
Michael Scheibert. Concise history of the secret
early years of Hitler’s armored forces during the 1930s.
Size:8.5”x11”•80bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0788-6•soft•$9.95
A History of the Panzer Troops 1916-45
WernerHaupt.Detailed lookatGermany’spanzer
forces from WWI through WWII, focusing on
technical and operational aspects.
Size:7.75”x10.5”•200bwphotos•208pp.
ISBN:0-88740-244-5•hard•$24.95
German Battletanks in Color 1934-
45
Horst Scheibert. Concise history
of Germany’s WWII panzers from the
Panzer I to the Maus in color drawings,
line schemes, and photos.
Size:11”x8.5”•90color/bwphotos•52pp.
ISBN:0-88740-208-9•soft•$9.9
Panzertruppen: The Complete Guide to
the Creation & Combat Employment of
Germany’s Tank Force 1933-42
Thomas L.
Jentz. The content of this book is derived solely
from original records consisting of war diaries,
reports, and technical and tactical manuals
written during the war. The story is told as
recorded by those responsible for decisions in
developing the Panzertruppen and by those
who fought in the Panzers.
Size:8.5”x11”•200bwphotos/maps•288pp.
ISBN:0-88740-915-6•hard•$59.95
Panzertruppen: The Complete Guide to
the Creation & Combat Employment of
Germany’s Tank Force 1943-45
Thomas L.
Jentz. This companion volume presents how the
Panzertruppen fought during their defensive
struggle with details on the units, organizations,
types of Panzers, and tactics.
Size:8.5”x11”•47bwphotos/maps•304pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-0080-6•hard•$59.99
Germany’s Panzers in WWII: From Pz.Kp-
fw.I to Tiger II
Jentz & Doyle. This book has
been created as a primer showing the best
available and rare photos of Panzers with units
at the front. Covered are the Panzers I, II, 38(t),
III, IV, Panther and Tiger tanks on a variety of
war fronts. Also included are detailed data
sheets showing line schemes and technical
information that offer the most complete and
accurate data available.
Size:8.5”x11”•170bwphotos/plans•216pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1425-4•hard•$29.95
Panzer: A Pictorial Documentation
Horst
Scheibert. Super collection photos of all Panzer
types used between 1935-1945 – from the Panzer
I to the Maus – in over 400 large format photos
from a variety of war fronts.
Size:8.5”x11”•400bwphotos•272pp.
ISBN:978-0-88740-207-4•hard•$49.99
An Illustrated Guide to German Panzers 1935-45
Wolfgang Fleischer. This concise history of Germany’s
panzers and panzerkorps features a generous selection of
period photos showing the variety of German tank types
used during WWII – from Panzer I to Maus. Included is
analysis of the technical and operational use of German
armor on a variety of war fronts.
Size:7”x10”•270bwphotos/charts•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1556-0•hard•$19.95
Germany’s Panther Tank: The Quest for
Combat Supremacy
Thomas L. Jentz. Over
twenty years of research went into the creation
of this highly detailed history of the development,
characteristics, capabilities and variants of Ger-
many’s legendary Panther tank.
Size:8.5”x11”•170bwphotos•160pp.
ISBN:0-88740-812-5•hard•$59.95
Germany’s Tiger Tanks.
Tom Jentz & Hilary
Doyle
Vol.1: D.W. to Tiger I: Design, Production
& Modifications
. This first volume covers the
history, development and production of the
Tiger tank variants from the idea’s conception
to the end of production. Includes details on
the development series known as the D.W., VK
30.01(H), VK 30.01(P), VK 36.01(H), VK 45.01(P)
as well as the Tiger I.
Size:9”x12”•160bwphotos/plans•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-1038-6•hard•$59.99
Vol.2: VK45.02 to TIGER II Design, Pro-
duction & Modifications
. Covers develop-
ment from the VK 45.02(P), VK 45.03(H) to the
modifications under design for the Tiger II. Scale
drawings combined with drawings, sketches,
and photos depicting external modifications
as well as internal views.
Size:9”x12”•250bwphotos/plans•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-0224-4•hard•$69.99
Vol.3: Tiger I & Tiger II: Combat Tactics
.
Covers the complete combat history of the
Tigers I and II, and includes the operational
characteristics, organization, tactics, issued
to combat units operational strength reports,
and after-action-accounts.
Size:9”x12”•180bwphotos/plans•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0225-6•hard•$49.95
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