By Ian Baxter
From the writer Even after 60 years, the exploits in global battle II of the Waffen-SS -- the army arm of Heinrich Himmlers SS -- nonetheless have a fascination for lots of. that includes 250 formerly unpublished motion pictures, SS: the key data -- Western entrance illustrates in bright aspect the campaigns of the Waffen-SS opposed to the Allies within the west from 1940 to 1945. The publication covers the deeds of the Waffen-SS divisions in France, the Low nations, the Balkans, Italy and at last Germany itself, each one photo within the e-book observed by way of a long, informative caption describing the subject material. occasions featured within contain the autumn of France, the Normandy crusade and the conflict of the Bulge.
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