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THE GERMAN WEHRMACHT IN WWII: GERMAN INFANTRY WEAPONS • UNIT HISTORIES
German Armored Trains 1904-1945
Wolf-
gang Sawodny. Starting with the first German
uses of military armored trains in the early-1900s,
through the WWI, Reichswehr era, to WWII,
the main focus of the book. Detailed design,
construction, and technical aspects are discussed,
as well as analysis of armored train operations
on all war fronts. Also covered are the use of
captured trains, noted personnel, and a history
of each train unit.
Size:9”x12”•1000bwphotos•428pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3523-5•hard•$99.99
German Armored Trains in WWII
Vol.1
Wolfgang Sawodny. Rare, highly
illustrated look at the wide use of ar-
mored trains by the GermanWehrmacht
in WWII, including discussions of units,
armament, and operations.
Size: 11”x8.5” • 70 bw photos/drawings
•52pp.
ISBN:978-0-88740-198-5•soft•$12.99
German Armored Trains in WWII
Vol.2
Wolfgang Sawodny. Follow-up
volume on the wide use of armored
trains by the German Wehrmacht in
WWII, including discussions of units,
armament, and operations.
Size: 11”x8.5” • 70 bw photos/drawings
•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-288-7•soft•$12.95
German Armored Trains on the Russian
Front 1941-44
Wolfgang Sawodny. Rare,
illustrated look at the wide use of armored
trains by the WWII German Wehrmacht on the
Russian Front, including discussions of units,
armament, and operations.
Size:8.5”x11”•130bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1783-0•soft•$10.95
The German National Railway in WWII
Janusz Piekalkiewicz. WWII made the greatest
demands on the German Reichsbahn. Year after
year, great quantities of war materiel were
transported. This illustrated book documents
the German rail lines on many war fronts.
Size:8.5”x11”•270bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3097-1•hard•$45.00
GERMAN INFANTRY WEAPONS
The German Infantry Handbook 1939-45
Alex
Buchner. Detailed, one-volume look at the organization,
uniforms, weapons, equipment, units, and operations
of the WWII German infantryman. Discussions include
organization from division on down to company, re-
connaissance, artillery, intelligence, back-line services
and much more.
Size:7”x10”•220bwphotos•288pp.
ISBN:0-88740-284-4•hard•$29.95
Panzerfaust and other German Infantry
Anti-Tank Weapons
Wolfgang Fleischer.
Illustrated look at the WWII German equiva-
lent to the bazooka, including technical and
operational details, as well as discussions of
other close-combat methods of tank destruction.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos/drawings•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-672-6•soft•$9.95
Flamethrowers of the German Army 1914-
45
Fred Koch. Detailed, illustrated coverage of
the variety of flamethrowers used by the German
military fromWWI through WWII, including armor
mounted and emplaced types.
Size:8.5”x11”•100bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0264-7•soft•$9.95
German Trench Mortars and Infantry
Mortars 1914-45
Wolfgang Fleischer. Illus-
trated look at the variety of trench and infantry
mortars used by the German military fromWWI
throughWWII, including discussions of transport,
ammunition and tactics.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-916-4•soft•$9.95
Weapons and Equipment of the German
Fallschirmtruppe 1941-45
Alex Buchner.
Concise, illustrated look at the weapons and
equipment used by WWII German paratroops
including everything from specialized gear and
weapons, to artillery and aircraft.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-964-4•soft•$9.95
Weapons and Equipment of the German
Cavalry in WWII
Klaus Richter. Concise, illus-
trated look at the weapons and equipment used
by WWII German cavalry including everything
from specialized gear and weapons, to saddles,
packs, and harnesses.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-816-8•soft•$9.95
Weapons and Equipment of the German
Mountain Troops in WWII
Roland Kalteneg-
ger. Concise, illustrated look at the weapons and
equipment used by WWII German mountain
troops including everything from specialized
gear and weapons, to artillery and mortars.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-756-0•soft•$9.95
UNIT HISTORIES: WAFFEN-SS, PANZER, ELITE TROOPS
The Waffen-SS
Herbert Walther. Illustrated look
at all divisions of the infamous Waffen-SS in over
500 photos and covers the formation and combat
throughout WWII on a variety of war fronts.
Size:8.5”x11”•500bwphotos•240pp.
ISBN:0-88740-204-6•hard•$29.95
The 1st SS Panzer Division “Leibstandarte”:
A Pictorial History
Herbert Walther. A heavily
illustrated chronicle of the “Leibstandarte Adolf
Hitler” in over 300 photos including formation
and campaigns on a variety of war fronts through-
out WWII.
Size:8.5”x11”•300bwphotos•120pp.
ISBN:978-0-88740-165-7•hard•$29.99
Twelve Years with Hitler: A History of
1.Kompanie LSSAH 1933-45
Hans Quassowski.
The original cadre of the later Waffen-SS was
formed in March 1933 as the “SS Headquarters
Guard Berlin.” From the first volunteers emerged
more than fifty senior SS officers, all of whom
received high decorations for bravery in the 38
Waffen-SS divisions that were formed later.
Size:9”x12”•490bwphotos/maps•384pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0777-0•hard•$69.95
Dietrich’s Warriors: The History of the 3. Kompa-
nie 1st Panzergrenadier Regiment 1st SS Panzer
Division LAH in WWII
Peter Mooney. This book covers
3. Kompanie’s military actions between 1939-45 and
details the various battles that they took part in, which
covered nearly every major campaign of the German
Army. This work has been compiled with the help of
former soldiers of the 3. Kompanie.
Size:6”x9”•85bwphotos/maps•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1984-1•hard•$35.00
Chronicle of the 7. Panzerkompanie 1. SS-Panzer
Division “Leibstandarte”
Ralf Tiemann. This chronicle
of the 7.Panzerkompanie follows the unit history of a
Leibstandarte tank company from its creation in 1942
to the end of WWII. Compiled by former company com-
mander and German Cross in Gold holder Ralf Tiemann,
the detailed text relies on both official documentation
and the personal recollections of numerous unit veterans.
Size:6”x9”•90bwphotos/mapsï320pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0463-1•hard•$29.95
The SS-Panzer-Artillery Regiment 1 Leib-
standarte Adolf Hitler (LAH) inWWII
Thomas
Fischer. This book is the first volume about Artillery
Regiment 1 of the 1st Waffen-SS Division LAH.
The artillery batteries of the LAH during the whole
of WWII faced some of the hardest combat, and
probably no other artillery unit was used as often
at critical spots on all fronts.
Size:8.5”x11”•290bwphotos•208pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1982-5•hard•$59.95
The Leibstandarte in Greece: The 1st Battal-
ion LSSAH during Operation Marita, 1941,
from Battalion Archives
Branislav Radovic and
Martin Stiles. This large-format book contains
over 300 mostly unseen photographs in superb
high-quality reproduction. Originally photographed
in May 1941 by an SS-Kriegsberichter, the book
depicts the 1st Battalion, Leibstandarte SS “Adolf
Hitler” (LSSAH) during their victorious march
through Greece in 1941.
Size:9”x12”•345bwphotos•240pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4357-5•hard•$69.99
Comrades to the End: The 4th SS Panzer-Grenadier
Regiment Der Führer 1938-45 - The History of
a German-Austrian Fighting Unit
Otto Weidinger.
The complete history of SS-Regiment Der Führer. From
its creation from primarily Austrian recruits through the
Western Campaign, to the bitter battles in Russia where
it was almost completely destroyed, the authors explain
the engagements of this famous unit in full detail. Size:
6”x9”•100bwphotos/maps•480pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0593-X•hard•$39.95
Blood and Honor: The History of the 12th SS
Panzer Division “Hitler Youth” 1943-45
Craig W.H.
Luther.The12thSSPDwas formed inearly1943 following
the German disaster at Stalingrad, and trumpeted as a
symbol of the willingness of German youth to make the
ultimate sacrifice for Führer und Vaterland. This account
is based largely on primary source materials, including
extensive archival holdings, published memoirs, official
histories, and numerous interviews with former division
members. Size:7”x10”•160bwphotos•304pp.•ISBN:
978-0-7643-4267-7•hard•$49.99
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