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REVIEW: The Frontline Fugitives: Book IV: SS Werewolves and Criminals

Another great historical fiction genre of book that carries us back the end of World War 1. In this series called “The Frontline Fugitives, this particular book has the main characters hunting down Werewolves, Straggler SS teams that were conducting hit and run tactics in Germany towards the end of the war. A compelling story …

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REVIEW: Lost Honour, Betrayed Loyalty- The Memoir of a Waffen SS Soldier on the Eastern Front

Frontline Publishing  Herbert Maeger was a young Belgium young man going about his business when he was arrested and blackmailed for something his mother said about the German leadership. Arrested by the Gestapo he was pressed into service for the SS in 1941. Herbert was assigned to the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler (German for “Adolf …

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Book Between Giants Prit Buttar

REVIEW: Between Giants: The Battle for the Baltics in World War II by Prit Buttar

With the exception of Poland, no region or territory suffered more greatly during World War II than the Baltic States. Caught between the giants of the Soviet Union and the Third Reich, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia became pawns in the desperate battle for control of Eastern Europe throughout the course of World War II. This …

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Waffen-SS in Combat - Bob Carruthers

REVIEW: Images of War – The Waffen-SS In Combat by Bob Carruthers

This is the photographic history of the Waffen-SS in combat on all fronts. The short six year history of the Waffen SS spanned triumph and disaster, and their story can be traced through these powerful images, which clearly document the reality of combat from 1940 to 1945. These rare images span the combat history of …

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REVIEW: SS Panzergrenadier by Hans Schmidt

BOOK: SS Panzergrenadier: A true story of World War II by Hans Schmidt One hardly knows where to begin in summarizing this magnificent book by Hans Schmidt who was born in Germany in 1927 and died – as American citizen for 55 years – in 2010. This book blends first person historical narrative, historical facts, sociology, the “problems” of …

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Nazi Concentration Camp Commandants Book

REVIEW: Nazi Concentration Camp Commandants 1933­-1945

REVIEW: This book accurately reflects it’s title. Short on words and filled with pictures it shows the SS Commandants and, sometimes, men who manned the concentration camps from 1933-­1945. It gives a brief overview of the development of the GERMAN concentration camp system and how it evolved from a single prison for dissidents and political enemies of the …

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Screenshot of Estonian 1944 Movie

TRAILER: Estonian World War 2 Movie “1944”

A new Estonian WWII Movie called “1944” tells the story about the battles in Estonia during the Second World War. “Unlike most other countries, where single nationality was fighting for one side or faction, Estonian men had to choose between two Nations (fight for Germany or fight for Soviet-Union) in hopes for future re-independence or at …

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Sepp Dietrich with 2 daughters of Joseph Goebbels.

Sepp Dietrich & Grettl Braun at Berghof, Berchtesgaden

Amazing color footage of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler’s residence Berghof in Berchtesgaden, Germany during World War II. The video begins with an aircraft in flight. It then shows Herta Schneider with children and SS-Oberstgruppenführer u. General der Waffen-SS Josef “Sepp” Dietrich seated on the edge of the terrace at Berghof. Later we see Josef “Sepp” …

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