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Salzburg to Stalingrad By Karl Sinnhuber
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This unique account records the of life of a young Austrian training and serving as a pilot in the Luftwaffe during World War II, flying transport and courier aircraft on the Eastern Front. Karl... More > Sinnhuber writes compellingly of his many encounters with danger, including being chased by Russian fighter aircraft near Stalingrad, and a literally chilling escape, wounded, from East Prussia, as the Red Army advanced on Konigsberg in January 1945, his journey home to Salzburg, capture by the US Army and eventual return to civilian life in which he developed a distinguished academic career. The book details everyday life while training, including the compulsory stint in the Labour Corps during which he followed front line troops invading Poland in September 1939, encountering Jewish villagers just days before the German Army probably took them away. The author's photos of these people are among many previously unpublished images within this historically important eye-witness account.< Less
Final Combat: Little Stalingrad By Bennett P. Lacy
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"In one blood-soaked, furious week of fighting, from December 20 to December 27, 1943, the 1st Canadian Infantry Division took Ortona, Italy, from elite German paratroopers ordered to hold the... More > medieval port town at all costs." (Zuehlke 1999) This book of 37 skirmish scenarios is taken directly from Mark Zuehlke's book, Ortona, and it chronicles Canada's most epic World War II victory.< Less
Final Combat: Little Stalingrad By Bennett P. Lacy
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"In one blood-soaked, furious week of fighting, from December 20 to December 27, 1943, the 1st Canadian Infantry Division took Ortona, Italy, from elite German paratroopers ordered to hold the... More > medieval port town at all costs." (Zuehlke 1999) This book of 37 skirmish scenarios is taken directly from Mark Zuehlke's book, Ortona, and it chronicles Canada's most epic World War II victory.< Less
Budapest: The Stalingrad of the Waffen-SS By Richard Landwehr
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Merriam Press Siegrunen Monograph Series. The battle for Budapest was the culmination of three and a half years of bitter, unequal struggle against Soviet Bolshevism and its capitalist allies. The... More > Waffen-SS troops involved constituted the backbone of the defensive effort and took the severest losses. For IX SS Corps and the "Florian Geyer" and "Maria Theresia" Cavalry Divisions, Budapest was another Stalingrad. "Maria Theresia" in particular had the unfortunate distinction of being the only large formation of the Waffen-SS to be almost totally obliterated. This work details the vicious struggle from beginning to end, a struggle in which 40,000 defenders tied up almost half a million Soviet combat and support troops, buying the Germans much needed time. 101 photos, 6 illustrations, 4 maps.< Less
WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios By Andrew Turlington
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WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios is a new collection of 12 miniature skirmish scenarios. These scenarios are presented in a format that makes them easily playable with any set of rules that you... More > may wish to use. Playtests were made using both 20mm and 28mm figures, and rules used were Soldat, Final Combat, Arc of Fire, Face of Combat, Rules of Engagement, Battleground, Nuts, Seven Brothers, and various sets of house rules. The scenarios included are: Battle of the Bzura 1939 Poland Operation Winter Storm 1942 Russia Fall Blau 1942 Russian Caucuses Pavlov's House 1942 Stalingrad Stalingrad Sniper Hunt 1942 Stalingrad (The only non historical scenario) Kharkov Must be Held 1943 Ukraine Defending Etligen 1943 Crimea The Battle of Krasny Bor 1943 Russia Tempelhof Bahn Station 1945 Berlin Lake Balaton 1945 Hungary Breakout at Baruth 1945 Germany Fall of Konigsberg 1945 Germany < Less
WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios By Andrew Turlington
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WWII Eastern Front Skirmish Scenarios is a new collection of 12 miniature skirmish scenarios. These scenarios are presented in a format that makes them easily playable with any set of rules that you... More > may wish to use. Playtests were made using both 20mm and 28mm figures, and rules used were Soldat, Final Combat, Arc of Fire, Face of Combat, Rules of Engagement, Battleground, Nuts, Seven Brothers, and various sets of house rules. The scenarios included are: Battle of the Bzura 1939 Poland Operation Winter Storm 1942 Russia Fall Blau 1942 Russian Caucuses Pavlov's House 1942 Stalingrad Stalingrad Sniper Hunt 1942 Stalingrad (The only non historical scenario) Kharkov Must be Held 1943 Ukraine Defending Etligen 1943 Crimea The Battle of Krasny Bor 1943 Russia Tempelhof Bahn Station 1945 Berlin Lake Balaton 1945 Hungary Breakout at Baruth 1945 Germany Fall of Konigsberg 1945 Germany< Less
World War 2 In Review No. 2 By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. First eBook Edition 2017. Coverage of a variety of topics on World War II in these 17 articles: (1) Don’t Forget the Privates: The Infantryman Won... More > the War in Europe (2) The 3rd U.S. Infantry Division Crosses the Meurthe (3) Dieppe in Retrospect: It Paid Off on D-Day (4) A GI’s Wartime Letters (5) 513th U.S. Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1942-1945 (6) The 3rd U.S. Infantry Division in World War II (7) Command Decision: The Sacrifice of General George C. Marshall and the Normandy Invasion (8) Battle of Arnhem (9) Arnhem: Headlong Into Hell (10) Battle of the Atlantic (11) Walther Dahl: Jagdflieger (12) Stalingrad: An Examination of Hitler’s Decision to Airlift (13) Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, Japanese Navy (14) The Passing of Harry Hill, British Merchant Seaman (15) Aerial Combat Tactics (16) A Brief History of Guided Missiles in World War II (17) The Night a Japanese Sub Shelled the California Coast. 282 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< Less
World War 2 In Review No. 65 By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. The following articles on World War II are in this issue: (1) The High Water Mark of the Third Reich: German Defeat at Stalingrad (2) German Winter Units... More > at Stalingrad (3) Speech at the Session of the Politburo of the CC of the AUCP (B), 19 August 1939 (4) Milos: An Aegean Island Under German Occupation (5) The Caves of Anzio (6) A Commando Raid on Bardia (7) A Leavenworth Nightmare: The Battle for Buna (8) Guts, Grit and Goals: Pearl Harbor Survivor (9) Okinawa: Greatest Sea-Air Battle in History (10) The Frogmen of Eniwetok (11) Harold Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis (12) The Mighty Eighth Flies Again (13) United States Navy Armed Guard (14) New Year’s Blast at Okinawa: The Tragedy of 2 January 1946. 163 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< Less
Hitler’s Orders of Battle By James Arnold Miller
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This book in effect addresses the following questions: (1) During World War II what were all of the divisions and larger ground forces units fielded by Germany as well as by its major European allies... More > (Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Rumania, and Slovakia)? (2) Month-to-month during the European War what were the key unit lifetime events—additions, redesignations, inter-theater movements, and removals—of the German and European Axis divisions and major headquarters? (3) What were Hitler’s all-theater orders of battle on key dates such as 1 September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland—and on 22 June 1941 when Germany invaded Russia? (4) What were the German/Axis lineups during battles such as at El Alamein, Stalingrad, Kursk, Sicily, and the December 1944 Ardennes offensive? (5) And who were Adolf Hitler’s senior staff officers and field commanders responsible for ground operations? This book includes twenty-one appendices, an annotated bibliography, and extensive endnotes.< Less
Lionel Tarr’s Modern Wargaming Rules 1939-1945: The First Modern Wargamer By John Curry & Lionel Tarr
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Lionel Tarr (1920-2003) is widely recognized as the first modern wargamer, modern being 1939-1945. He first came to prominence when his rules were published in 1962 in Donald Featherstone’s... More > classic book, War Games. This book contains much previously unpublished material about the Tarr wargame and his epic decade long WWII Eastern Front Russian Campaign. This wargaming campaign was almost as well-known at the time as Tony Bath’s Hyborian campaign. This book includes: The previously unpublished Tarr wargaming rules he first drafted in 1947 and modified until 1973. Analysis of the rules Tarr’s Armies: Russian and German Army ORBATs Solo Wargaming Eastern Front Campaign Wargaming the Battle of Stalingrad Air warfare on the Eastern Front Various articles by Tarr A.W. Saundars (Tarr’s cousin) modern warfare rules from 1957 Tarr’s Napoleonic Rules The History of Wargaming Project aims to document the development of wargaming, including publishing new material about these early wargames< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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