Mark has already made reference to it earlier:
Schiffer Books will be publishing my biography on SS-Brigadeführer Theodor Wisch by the end of April this year. Mark actually got the stone rolling one day when he contacted and motivated me to put the bio together. Until then I was only an ignorant collector, I must add. With his neverending patience he showed me the skills, gave me advice and kept me on track many times, when I wanted to quit due to time constraint in my personal- and professional life.
Here a short book description to give everyone an idea on the contents:
The biography examines the life of Waffen-SS General and Swords to the Knight's Cross holder Theodor Wisch in previously unpublished detail. A member of the "Leibstandarte" from its 1933 creation to the end of the war, he led some of its most famous combat elements. Wisch eventually commanded the "Leibstandarte" as successor to Josef "Sepp" Dietrich.
Rising through the ranks with the formation, he became a full General in 1944 and was among the most decorated officers of the Waffen-SS. The text includes accounts of the combats resulting in Wisch's awards, as well as details and photos of many "Leibstandarte" personnel relative to Wisch's career. Previously unknown insights from former soldiers, family members, and historians detail significant aspects of Wisch's life. More than 80 mostly unpublished illustrations, to include many of Wisch's surviving award documents, add a visual account to his military career and life. Foreword by former "Leibstandarte" Ia (1.Generalstabsoffizier), Hauptsturmführer d.R. Hans Bernhard.
I hope this book will add to a noteworthy addition to other works dealing with the history of the Leibstandarte and will shed new light on one of its commanders who was previously not studied and shown in greater detail.
(Written on Blackberry)