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dblmed wrote:Hi Igor,
The honest answer is that I don't know for sure, as Vol. 3 is still a couple of years away. The key decision makers will be the Authors, Angolia & Hugh Page Taylor - & Roger Bender, the Publisher.
We TeNo • TN Collectors are keeping in touch with them, and submitting new information & items, for their consideration for inclusion in the Appendix of Vol. 3. [Surprisingly, a lot of new information & items have surfaced since Vol. 2 was published. I sincerely hope that there will be room for the inclusion of at least 'some' of the most interesting & historically important 'new' TN finds.] Vol. 2 opened up so many new 'doors' of information, that I'm still rereading it & constantly learning more! Taylor's footnotes & the Appendices often have the 'pearls' of information, tucked into them.
My 2nd great interest area is the SCHUMA, and it will be covered in Vol. 3, so I'm very happy about that. It is another area in which a concise history is currently lacking; order of battle; uniforms & insignia by time frame; which Schuma / Schutzm. units came from which countries; what became of the Schuma units; and much more. If you have Schuma items or know other Collector friends who do - encourage them to submit Schuma items to Roger Bender.
The best way to help to get Great TR Reference Books, IMO, is to photo, scan & submit [at 300 dpi on CD's] all of our items [and the items of our Collector buddies to them]. Then, the really Great Authors take it from there.
A great new book was released in 2010, "Polizei Uniformen" by Dieter Deuster, and it is sensation for both the TN - & - the SCHUMA. It's in German only, but it is certainly worth adding to the reference Library & slowly translating it from the German. ... Best, ... Dave / dblmed
dblmed wrote:How Expensive is this Book? .... Txs, ... Dave / dblmed
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