Recommended reading on the minor Axis nations

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DenesBernad
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Re: Recommended reading on the minor Axis nations

Post by DenesBernad » 29 Oct 2018 17:17

Anyone interested in the motley collection of fighter and fighter trainer aircraft of the Bulgarian air force in the 1919-198 time period may check out my upcoming 2-volume book: Bulgarian Fighter Colours, by MMP. Vol. 1 will be published next month, while vol. 2 in December.
Anyone active on Facebook may visit the page dedicated to this book project, for further details: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Bulgari ... erColours/

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Re: Recommended reading on the minor Axis nations

Post by Typhoon_MkII » 23 Nov 2018 13:44

I'll make sure to get my hands on your book, it's awesome to see that real authors doing historical research are posting on this forum! WW2 Bulgaria is one of my favourite topics along with Hungary and Siam, and I already have a Dewoitine D520, a StuG III and a Renault R35 in Bulgarian colors on my model shelf, so I can't not buy that book.

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Re: Recommended reading on the minor Axis nations

Post by DenesBernad » 25 Nov 2018 15:00

Here is the preview of the complete book (vol. 1), 296 pages in total. Available in early December.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89EeCJi ... O14USDvFus

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Re: Recommended reading on the minor Axis nations

Post by FlyingStukas » 22 Jan 2019 23:52

Anyone interested in the Croatian Gendarmerie, its relations with Italy, Germany, existence and action, I recommend "Oružništvo Nezavisne Države Hrvatske" by author Davor Kovacic
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Filip

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