German OoB's by The Military Press

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Richard Murphy
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German OoB's by The Military Press

Post by Richard Murphy » 12 Mar 2002 20:26

Further to my posting in the "Others" folder, does anyone have an informed opinion on the various OoB's printed by this local (To me!) press?

Specifically;
"The Panzer and Panzergrenadier Division and Brigages of the Army and the Waffen SS In The West, Autumn 1944-February 1945-Ardennes and Nordwind-Their Detailed and Precise Strengths" (Phew!) by J. Dugdale

The German Army 1939-1945: An Order of Battle (Vol. 5 (All but Armee and Panzerkorps) by L. Cole and Vol. 6 "Divisions (Part 1)" (Which covers Inf. Divs. 1-50) and Vol. 7 "Divisions Part 2" (Inf. Divs. 52-110), both by N. Terry & L. Cole)

And the one that peaked my interest;
"Anti-Partisan Warfare in the Balkans, 1941-1945" (The blurb says written by "two senior German officers, one a Mountain Corps commander the other an SS Police Colonel, both of whom had first hand experience of fighting Partisans in Yugoslavia")

Any comments on these titles most welcome.

Regards from the Park,

Rich

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Dugdale...

Post by Timo » 12 Mar 2002 20:42

The Dugdale OoB's are VERY good. All info we checked in them so far (LSSAH) is totally backed by BA-MA documents and in some cases it seems that the author had access to some files that are unknown to us.

Just my 2 cents.

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Timo

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Post by Andy H » 12 Mar 2002 21:11

Any idea how much there asking for each publication?

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Thanks for that Timo

Post by Richard Murphy » 12 Mar 2002 22:42

Cheshire Yoemanry,

check out http://militarypress.co.uk for their home page. (All I've got to do now is explain how important these are to my research to the Mrs.!!!)

Regards from the Park,

Rich

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