German WWII Literature

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Hubi535
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German WWII Literature

Post by Hubi535 » 19 Jul 2019 23:12

Hi
I searched a bit(in German of course) and there seem to be practically no German books on the period, everything I find is either very short or very old. I am especially interested in naval affairs, am I just looking wrong and there are plenty of good books or I am right?

Mori
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Re: German WWII Literature

Post by Mori » 19 Jul 2019 23:44

There are *plenty* of books in German by German scholars and never translated in English. I'm talking serious, academic litterature. Check the WW2 titles here, for example: https://www.zmsbw.de/html/pub_v_oldenbourg.php

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