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Germany's Tiger tanks VK45.02 to tiger II Item 68 : Germany's Tiger Tanks VK45.02 to Tiger II
Jentz conducted an exhaustive search for surviving records on the design/assembly firms (including Henschel, Krupp, Nibelungenwerk, Porsche and Wegmann), the Heeres-Waffenamt, the D656 series of manuals on the Tiger, and the war diaries and operations reports from German units, Chronicles evolution, significant modifications, production statistics, characteristics and tactical capabilities.
Hdbd., 9" x 12", 169 pgs., 170+ b&w ill., 100+ line drawings
Recommended Reading by One35th
T.L.Jentz/H.L.Doyle Schiffer 0-7643-0224-8
Scorched earth Item 70 : Scorched earth
Beginning with the battle of Kursk in July, 1943, Carell traverses the vast expense of Russian war, from the siege of Leningrad and the fierce battles of the northern front, to the fourth battle of Kharkov, and evacuation of the Crimea.
Hdbd., 5 3/4" x 9", 556 pgs., 81 b&w ill., 50 maps.
Paul Carell Schiffer 0-88740-598-3
Panther in detail Item 76 : Panther in Detail
Illustrated with over 360 b&w photos, color drawings and Rue's 35th scale five-view line drawings of all the Panther types from Ausf.D to the late G version, this book provides a close-up look at the Panther. Its interior, Its crew, equipment, and accessories. See the Panther in combat and in many factory photographs.
Hdbd., 8 3/4" x 11 3/4", 181 pgs., 360 b&w ill.,14 color ill.
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Culver & Feist Ryton ?
Tiger in combat I Item 124 : Tigers in Combat I
Item 77   : Tigers in Combat II

This exceptional work presents the Wehrmacht units equipped with Tigers, the most famous of which are : the Panzer grenadier division "Großdeutschland", followed by the Tiger units of the Waffen-SS. The latter originally were the heavy companies in the tank regiments of the Panzer grenadier division "Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler", "Das Reich" and "Totenkopf". Filled cover-to-cover with unit histories, inventory and losses charts, unit organizational diagrams, combat diaries, and photo coverage of the Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS, Schwere SS-Panzerabteilung and units with single attached Tigers.
Hdbd., 9 1/4" x 12 1/4", 422 pgs., 600+ b&w ill., 48 color.
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Wolfgang Schneider



Tiger in combat II 0-921991-39-8
Operation Barbarossa in photographs Item 84 : Operation Barbarossa in Photographs
Carell has assembled thousands of photos of soldiers from the German-Russian war that have been found in trunks and albums. The best of these from both German and Russian source, most unpublished, form an objective, factual and gripping view of events.
Hdbd., 7" x 10", 460 pgs., 570 b&w and color ill.
Paul Carell Schiffer 0-88740-280-1
Panther tank, The Quest for combat Supremacy Item 85 : Panther tank,The Quest for Combat Supremacy
A detailed history of the development, characteristics, and tactical capabilities of the German Panther tank. Surviving records of the design/assembly firms and the war diaries from Germany army units combine to produce this exceptional volume. Filled with Panther modifications, rare variants, and combat accounts by those who fought with and against th Panther.
Hdbd., 8 3/4" x 11 1/4", 156 pgs., 221 b&w ill. 
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Thomas L.Jentz Schiffer 0-88740-812-5
The Western Front Item 89 : The Western Front
Colonel Helmut Ritgen's book " The Western Front : Memoirs of a Panzer Lehr Officer" opens with a description of the Wehrmacht's early successes in the West through to the Dieppe Raid and describes, as only a soldier can, the days spent waiting for the impending Allied invasion. It continues with an account of the events of D-Day and the ensuing American and British/Canadian pushes on and through Caen, describing the German actions to defend the Scheldt Estuary and delay the Allies as Hitler planned his great counteroffensive, nicknamed the battle of Bulge.
Hdbd., 6" x 9 1/4", 330 pgs., 115+ b&w ill. 
Helmut Ritgen J.J.Fedorowicz 0-921991-28-2
German Combat Engneers in World War II Item 72 : German Combat Engineers in World War II
The German engineer troops developed out of a branch that only developed into a fighting service arm by WWII. Along with Special Engineers, there were also names like Assault Engineers and Armored Engineers. This unique history is filled with over 300 photographs, many never before published, including rare pictures of bridge laying tanks in actions, and the construction of makeshift bridges.
Hdbd., 7" x 10", 208 pgs., 300 b&w ill. 
Horst Riebenstahl Schiffer 0-7643-0574-3
World War I 1914 - 1918 Item 66 : World War I - 1914 - 1918
A fitting and vivid evocation of the Great War in all its aspects examined from the viewpoint of politicians, generals, soldiers, and civilians. From the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 to the Armistice of 1918, the informative book follows the war through its distinct phases in an attempt to account for why the conflict occurred and continued for so long. The author's account is supported by maps, chronologies, biograpghies and over 200 photographs.
Hdbd., 9" x 11 1/4", 175 pgs., 200 b&w ill. 
Dr.J.M.Winter Chancellor
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