Item 67 : German Automatic
Weapon of World War II
Exceptional color photographs and an authoritative text reveal the individual
characteristics of weapons used by German soldiers during W.W.II. Weapons are shown being
handled by firers wearing authentic period uniforms and field equipment placing the weapon
in its correct historical context. Weapons profiled include : Mauser Schnellfeuer machine
pistol; MP40 sub-machine gun; MG34 machine gun; MG42 machine gun; FG42/I & /II
paratroops assault weapons and the StG44 assault rifle.
Hdbd., 8 1/4" x 11 1/2", 128 pgs., 200+ color ill.
Item 15 : German Machineguns
This book relates the complete story of German machineguns, from the very first MG01
period before WW one to the present day of Hecker & Koch HK21. In additional
information of a historical or purely technical nature, an effort has been made to present
certain facts that are of interest to collectors of German Militaria. Of particular
interest to collectors is the data on accessories, some of which are relatively unknown
outside Germany. While the chances of encountering these accessories will decrease year by
year. It is a distinct advantage to know what to look for, and how it relates to the
Hdbd., 9" x 11 1/4", 586 pgs., All B&W 650 ill.
Item 17 : U-boots 1935-1945 The Fascinating pictorial work presents a complete breakdown of U-boat
activities, from the evolution of the submarines, their variants, descriptions of French
bases and all facets of Allied anti-submarine warfare. Filled with numerous unpublished
photographs from all major German submarine types, plus coverage of the most famous
"Sea Wolves" exceptional !
Hdbd., 10 1/4" x 12", 144 pgs., b&w color ill.
Histoire & Collections
Item 86 : Camouflage Uniforms
of the Waffen-SS
Finally, a book that unveils the shroud of mystery surrounding Waffen-SS camouflage
clothing. An unparalleled look at Waffen-SS combat troops and their camouflage clothing
containing ultra-rare face masks, panzer clothing, unique smocks, plus many other
camouflage articles. With a wide variety of colors and designs, the Waffen-SS developed
some of the most elaborate and distinctive camouflage patterns ever produced. So
revolutionary were these concepts, that this feared elite fighting force became
recognizable by their camouflage alone. An excellent reference for both the historian and
Hdbd., 8 3/4" x 11 1/4", 293 pgs., 311 b&w ill. 424 color.
Item 65 : Rommel in the Desert
A detailed examination of the African campaigns exploring Rommel's revolutionary tactics
for desert warfare. Over 150 photos of the men an machines, plus details from the stunning
first victories to the retreats to Tripoli and Tunis.
Hdbd., 8 1/2" x 11", 224 pgs., 19 maps, 150 b&w ill.
Item 118 : Rommel in North
It tells the story of his year in the desert, building the Africa Korps from scratch,
rallying the soldiers of Fascist Italy, leading his men into victory against the British,
and then succumbing to defeat as supplies dried up and the overwhelming numbers of the
Allied onslaught overcame all. More than 200 historical photos - some taken by the Desert
Fox himself - will put you in the middle of the most desperate battles of World War II and
into the world of one of its greatest military leaders.
softbd., 8 1/4" x 10 1/2", 160 pgs., many b&w ill.
Item 27 : Militarfahrzeuge
of the Wehrmacht Vol.1
Full details of all aspects of wheeled and tracked transports and fighting vehicles of the
Wehrmacht. Filled with motorcycles, VW-kubel and schwimmwagen, Einheits-PKWs, LKWs
(trucks), Halftrack Zugmaschinen, SPWs, NSU-Kettenrad, RSO, Panzerspahwagen (armored cars)
and numerous types of wheeled and halftracked vehicles used by the Wehrmacht.
Hdbd., 8 3/4" x 11 3/4", 278 pgs., 31 color pgs.
Item 87 : Wehrmacht
A full pictorial record of the Germany Army, as it was recreated by Adolf Hitler,
preparing for war in the 1930s and in action in the campaigns that followed : not only on
the Eastern Front, but also in the deserts of North Africa, the Balkans, the mountains of
Italy and the plains of North-West Europe. Arranged chronologically, an in-depth text
analyzes the army's development and tactical changes. Filled with more than 200
photographs, which have only recently been discovered in Wehrmacht press archives in
Warsaw. The graphic portrait of the life of the soldier in the army of the Third Reich.
Hdbd., 8 3/8" x 11 1/4", 176 pgs., 250 b&w ill.
Item 16 : German Artillery of
World War II This illustrated reference work contains complete details of German artillery used in
WWII; infantry, mountain, field, heavy field, heavy, railway, anti-aircraft, anti-tank,
coastal, and recoilless artillery. Official name and abbreviation, and any code name, is
given for every piece, with summary of its history and career, followed by extensive
tables with technical specs, and details of performance, ammunition, projectiles, and
Hdbd., 7" x 10", 304 pgs., 250 b&w ill., 150 drawings.
Item 05 : D-Day Then and Now
Chapters cover : Prelude; Operation "Overload"; German Defenses; Plans and
Preparations; Operation 'Neptune'; 6th Airborne Division; 82nd Airborne Division; 101st
Hdbd., 8 1/2" x 12", 320 pgs., 800+ b&w ill.
Item 05 : D-day Then and Now
Chapters cover : Omaha and Utah Areas; the Medals of Honor; Gold Area; Sword Area;
Airfield Construction; 50th Anniversary Commemorations of D-Day; and Normandy Today.
Hdbd., 8 1/2" x 12", 416 pgs., 1000+ b&w ill.
Item 88 : German Wheeled Fighting Vehicles
Color photographs of Modern Germany wheeled fighting vehicles, its include : Unimog, 5, 7
or 10 tons MAN trucks, Fuchs, TPz-1, SpPz 2 (8x8)
Softbdl, 8 1/2" x 11", 48 pgs., 162 color photos.