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Tolga Alkan
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Book of Oberstleutnant von der Heydte

Post by Tolga Alkan » 09 Jul 2002 20:04

Does anyone here have his book titled:"Das Fallschirmjägerregiment 6 in der Normadie"?
Any helps is very much appreciated.

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Post by Phil V » 10 Jul 2002 12:22

I thought I had most books on von der Heydte. When / where was Das Fallschirmjägerregiment 6 in der Normadie published.

Have you read "Daedelus Returned" by the good Baron, Proffessor and Paratrooper himself??

Fantastic.

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 10 Jul 2002 13:20

I don't own any book written by hisself but i am very interested in his book about FJR6 in Normandy.Can you tell me more information about this book?

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Post by Phil V » 10 Jul 2002 14:37

I have an old copy given to me by relative.

Republished by Aberdeen Books in 2001.

Still available through a few places online.

Search for Daedelus Returned.

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 10 Jul 2002 17:11

Thanks very much!
I will try it.

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 10 Jul 2002 17:19

Hmm,
Daedelus Returned is still available( re-print is limited 1000 copy) but i didn't find his book about FJR6.

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book.....

Post by Erich » 10 Jul 2002 19:53

Tolga :

Try http://www.angelraybooks.com

There are a few interesting FJR titles mentioned.

Good luck !

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 10 Jul 2002 20:19

Thanks Erich,
Yep,interesting book are listed in there.

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book on FJR

Post by Erich » 10 Jul 2002 20:28

Tolga :

If Jason does not have the book and you have an ISBN # , he can order this and just about any book in print. He has done wonders for me the last year.

Erich

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 10 Jul 2002 20:53

Thanks Erich again,
i will plan to buy but not for now.About Jason,i can't contack with him.His RK list have many errors.Do you have contack with him via e-mail?

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opppppsssssss.

Post by Erich » 10 Jul 2002 21:12

Tolga :

A different Jason. JP is on Feldgrau and he does not run Angelray books. That is Jason von Z. He is quite helpful, scroll down to the bottom of his front page and find how to contact. There will be both postal and e-mail adresse's for you.

E 8) It is 108 degrees here in southern Oregon. How is it in Turkey ?

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 11 Jul 2002 09:20

OK.Thanks Erich,
this Jason is owner of angelraybooks?

Turkey is very interesting country,in winter is very cold,in summer is very hot.Now my city is 35 degrees.

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Post by Erich » 11 Jul 2002 14:27

Yes Tolga, Jason von Z is owner of Angelray. Write him and give him my regards please. 110 degrees F yesterday.......Candles were melting in my house......... 8O

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Post by Tolga Alkan » 11 Jul 2002 20:07

OK,i will do it Erich.
Are there everybody using Fahrenheit? I wrote 35 degrees C.

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temperatures.....

Post by Erich » 11 Jul 2002 21:48

100 F right now Tolga at 1;50 p.m. / yes we here in the states still use Fahrenheit. But also slowly the Celcius system too......

8) stay cool in Turkey

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