What 3rd Reich biography would you wish to see published ?

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Post by USAF1986 » 22 Sep 2002 07:42

Generaladmiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg...a LONG overlooked "behind the scenes" force for the U-boat war!

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Post by Brannik » 26 Sep 2002 04:28

What I would like to see is a thorough book on Canaris.I know what you''l tell me:"There is a lot of books no him".
But actually,they all are of a very questionable quality and relliance.Everything that I have been able to find on him is packed with speculation and lacks any factual firmness.
Also I would like to see something on General von Thoma.
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Post by Geli » 29 Sep 2002 01:39

I wish Erich Kempka's book would be translated into English.

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Post by Phil V » 29 Sep 2002 01:53

General der Pioniere Alfred Jacob.

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Post by Peter » 20 Dec 2002 18:58

DEPERATELY need something good on Heinrich "Gestapo" Mueller, a book to the standard of Ulric of England's recent "Heydrich" Vol's 1 and 2.

The Peter Black study of Kaltenbrunner is good but would have benefitted from the Ulric photo treatment.

A WISH LIST would be:

A series of photo books, perhaps Osprey sized or similar to Mark Yergers on Weidinger, Kumm, Krag,etc , photo biographies of men such as

Gestapo Muller
Martin Bormann
Arthur Nebe
Artur Phleps
Theodor Eicke
Dummi Daleuge
Fritz Witt
Odilo Globocnik
Werner Ostendorff

maybe doing some of the brave and some of the evil, and some who fitted both criteria.

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Post by Mich » 02 Jan 2003 18:51

For me: Julius Streicher

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Post by Mark C. Yerger » 04 Jan 2003 08:44

Bios have been done on Streicher and Bormann.

A Paul Hausser bio is needed, on him not his units. All I could find is in Waffen-SS Commanders vol. 1 and sadly he kept no diary I'm aware of.

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Fritz von Scholz/Vincenz Kaiser/Teddy Wisch/Hans Dorr

Post by heinz kling » 06 Jan 2003 01:51

The list could go on forever.

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How about bios on the following:

Post by Dan Reinbold » 08 Jan 2003 16:42

Mark,

Have there been any bios done on the following?

Otto Baum
Georg Keppler
Walter Krüger
Matthias Kleinheisterkamp
Wilhelm Bittrich

I think a biography similar to the one you did on Ernst Krag would be extremely valuable...especially Baum.

Dan

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Post by Marcus_Sweden » 23 Jan 2003 23:28

Röhm
Oswald Pohl
Heinrich Müller
Kurt Daulege
Karl Hermann Frank
Martin Bormann
Friedrich Jeckeln
Max Amann
Wilhelm Rediess
Dr. Ernst Kaltenbrunner
Karl Hermann Frank
Dr. Otto Dietrich

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Post by Redbaron1908 » 06 Feb 2003 01:03

i would be intrested to read a bio on muller i hardly know anything on him does any one know any sites that have info on him

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Post by tvanputten » 19 Feb 2003 11:34

Karl-Maria Willigut, definately. There should be shed more light on the activities of Himmler's Occultism-Research Bureau(German term slipped my mind for the moment, sorry :oops:).
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Post by Reader3000 » 19 Feb 2003 14:14

I'd like to see a bio about Max Wünsche, Panzermeyer or Fritz Witt. Or even Hans Siegel.

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Post by Redbaron1908 » 19 Feb 2003 22:30

who was Max Wünsche i never heard of him i would like to learn more

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Post by Reader3000 » 20 Feb 2003 16:52

Max Wünsche commanded the 1. Abteilung of the LAH SS-PzRgt 1 at Kharkov. He then was transfered to the 12. SS-Panzerdivision "Hitlerjugend" where he commanded the SS-PzRgt 12. He was captured in August of 1944. As a reference you can look at http://members.tripod.com/von_clauswitz/Photos_main.htm

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