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Panzers in Normandy Volume 1

This first book in the ‘Panzers Normandie 44 Serie’ tells the hitherto unpublished history of the SS-Panzer-Regiment 2 ‘Das Reich’ in the battle of Normandy. Numerous first hand reports from Fritz Langanke, Ernst Barkmann and more, almost 300 photos and documents, maps and colour profiles make this a definitive work on the subject.

Please note that this is a French book written in French, no English translation is available.  However, the captions are easily translated.  If you like Heimdal books, this one is for you.  This is a limited print run book.  We only have 4 copies available.  

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Panzerdivision Hitlerjugend volume 2

Panzerdivision Hitlerjugend is a massive hardcover book at over 400 pages focusing on the Panzer Regiment 12 in Normandy in 1944. This book is entirely in French, but the captions are very valuable and can be deciphered fairly easily. There are massive amounts of photos, most if not all of which have never been published. If you like Heimdal books, this is similar. These books are limited print runs, and we only have a few available.

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Panzers in Normandy Volume 2 - SS-Panzer-Regiment 1 LAH

SS-Panzer-Regiment 1 LAH is the second book in the ‘Panzers Normandie 44 Serie’. It tells the history of SS-Panzer-Regiment.1 ‘Leibstandarte’ during the battle of Normandy, under the command of SS-Obersturmbannführer Peiper. The book covers all combat areas of the SS-Panzer-Regiment 1 ‘LAH’: Hill 112 – Soliers (during Operation Goodwood) – Verrières – Tilly- la-Campagne – Saint-Barthélemy – Mortain – Rânes – Saint-Lambert and the Falaise Gap.  

This limited edition work is illustrated with almost 300 photos and documents from the collections of the crews of this famous Panzer-Regiment and private collections. Written in French; no English translation is available.

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The capture of the Belgian Bridges of Veldwezelt, Vroenhoven and Kanne by German paratroopers on 10 May 1940. The purpose of this work is to show clearly and in depth how the assault on these bridges has been planned and executed. And all that, not only through a text based on documents, archives and testimonies, but also by very many photos ever published to date. Every detail, from the creation of the assault battalion commissioned by Walter Koch to the final attack, was analysed using the best sources, as well as the memories and testimonies of many Belgian soldiers and German paratroopers.

In addition to the historical record and numerous original stories, this final book is illustrated by more than 600 photographs and documents, maps of combat zones - making this history, a unique documentation. 240 pages, French.

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