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Rising from the ashes of the post-World War I Reichswehr in 1935, the Wehrmacht became one of the cornerstones of Hitler’s reassertion of German military might. More than 18 million men passed through its ranks during the Third Reich’s lifespan.
In World War II Data Book: The Wehrmacht, 1933-1945, Michael E. Haskew offers a detailed look at the German land forces, with chapters on the history of the German Army, command structures, infantry, armored formations, artillery and support services, and more.
Filled with hundreds of illustrations, including color artworks of equipment and weapons, reference tables, diagrams, maps and charts, this volume offers key data on every aspect of Germany’s ground forces during World War II.
Hardcover Book : 192 pages
Publisher: Amber Books ( August 01, 2011 )
Item #: 13-438511
Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.5 inches
Product Weight: 29.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
A fine job of research that brings together in a convenient form a great deal of information on the German Army of World War II. The book will be very helpful to those studying World War II.
Reviewer: Andrew J
Another excellent volume in the series "World War 2 Data Book". So far seven volumes have been published covering all aspects of German National Socialism's military, culture and ideology. Highly recommended.