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Free eBook German Order of Battle, 1944: The Directory, Prepared by Allied Intelligence, of Regiments, Formations and Units of the German Armed Forces download ISBN: 1853671703
Author: UK War Office
Publisher: Stackpole Books; 1st edition (June 10, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 480
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Europe
Size MP3: 1353 mb
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Destination, rates & speeds. Published by Stackpole Books (1994). ISBN 10: 1853671703 ISBN 13: 9781853671708.

Greenhill Books, 1994. Eastern Inferno: The Journals of a German Panzerjager on the Eastern Front, 1941–43. Casemate Publishing, 2010.

of the German Army, World War II in the mid-1970s and finished it seven years later. I also (insofar as is possible) have listed the divisional commanders and the dates they held command.

Infanterie-Division (Infantry, Infantry, Infantry). Das Reich' (Armor, Mechanized, Mechanized, Tank Destroyer). 116. Panzer-Division (Armor, Mechanized, Mechanized). 158. Infanterie-Division - Res (Infantry, Infantry, Infantry). 708. Infanterie-Division (Infantry, Infantry, Infantry). 159. Reserve-Division (Infantry, Infantry). 276.

For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. LibraryThing members' description. VI Corps (Germany) - Infobox Military Unit unit name VI.

prepared by the Allied intelli. Originally published: London : British War Office, 1944. by Public Archives of Canada. 1 v. (various pagings)

The Directory, Prepared by Allied Intelligence, of Regiments, Formations and Units of the German Armed Forces
User reviews
Xisyaco
The book looked promising but was a disappointment. The information contained within was minimal and available online without the price of the book. But for the most part, I must blame Amazon. When you click on "Look Inside" on this type of book you rarely get an example of a particular unit and the type of information you can expect to find on all the units contained therein. You are essentially buying "a pig in a poke." It is amazing that with all the books written on World War II it is so difficult to get detailed information on the units involved with a concise and precise history of individual units as well as a detailed TO & E listing not only weapons but transport type and numbers. After 70 years one would think this would be well organized and readily available at a very reasonable price. American units do have good records and thanks to Stanton are available. Are British, Canadian, and German historians not interested in sharing the parts their countries played in the conflict?
Boyn
An in depth, detailed order of battle with plenty of explanatory notes for obscure German terms.