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Sam Hughes, 109th Battalion By Claus Reuter
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A short history of Sir Sam Hughes and the history of the 109th Overseas Battalion in WWI and its organization. In accordance with the demand made in King's Regulations and Orders, that each Unit in... More > His Majesty's Forces should keep a Historical Record: it has been my endeavour to set forth in the following pages, as clearly and accurately as possible, a short record of the one hundred and ninth Overseas Battalion, of the Canadian Expeditionary Force.< Less
A4 Fibel eng By Claus Reuter
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The German A4 Fibel originally printed in 1944 was re-printed in 1957 at the Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. The manual was used by the German rocket units. The American version was used by the Wernher... More > von Braun team and by some of the Redstone ballistic missile units.< Less
Ballistics of the Future By Claus Reuter
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Information on the German V1 and V2 weapons Systems. Excellent data on both systems with technical drawings of some of the different rocket parts.
Brunswick Troops and Saratoga By Claus Reuter
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Accounts of the German Troops serving in the Revolutionary War in Canada and New York State. Included in the publication is an account of the trip from Brunwick to North America and the diary of the... More > Grenadier Bense serving with the Brunswick Grenadier Battalion Breymann. Bense also deals with the march to the Prisoner of War Camps at Winter Hill and Charlottesville, Virginia.< Less
The A4 (V2) and the German, Russian and American Rocket Program By Claus Reuter
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The Development of German Rockets in WWII. Development of the Russian and American Space Program with the help of German Scientists and Technology.
They served their Country, the Reid Family By Claus Reuter
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Information about the Reid family. Military service in the First and Second World War.
Both Sides By Claus Reuter
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Two ewitness accounts of a member of the Royal Canadian Navy and a member of the German Navy in WWII.
Thanks for the Socks, World War I Letters By Claus Reuter
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The letters were written between 1916 and 1919 by members of the 109th Battalion C.E.F. and the 38th Battalion C.E.F. The 109th was as service battalion. The members of the battalion were recruited... More > in Lindsay and Victoria County. Because of the high casualties in other units, the 109th was used to fill these other units up to strength again. By December 1916 the 109th was disbanded. Its members were send to strengthen the 38th, 21th, 20th and some other units. The letters in the booklet were written in the U.K. and in the field in France. All the letters were censored by the military and because of that we will not find anything in them to tell us about the life in the trenches. Included in the booklet are extracts of the military papers of 3 members of the 109th. The military papers will show what happened to these men serving overseas. It shows the pain and suffering. The Great War as it was called, was supposed to be the WAR TO END ALL WARS. By now we all know better.< Less
Die Chursächsischen Truppen im Feldzug 1806 By Claus Reuter
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Überarbeitete Ausgabe des wichtigen Werkes von Montbé über die Kampfhandlungen der preußisch-sächsischen Armee 1806 in Thüringen. Das Werk gibt einen sehe guten... More > Einblick in die Kampfhandlungen, Organisation der beiden Armeen.< Less
Gefecht bei Saalfeld By Claus Reuter
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Die Niederlage von 1806 bedeutete das Ende des altpreußischen Staates. Viel ist über dieses Thema geschrieben worden. Leider auch sehr viel was nicht unbedingt der Wahrheit entspricht. ... More > Berichtet wird über die weniger bekannten Gefechte der preußisch – sächsischen Armee. Von schmachvollen Űbergaben von Festungen, von der Schwierigkeit die Truppen mit Verpflegung und Munition zu versorgen, von der Führung die versagte, die die Ausbildung zum normalen Felddienst in den Hintergrund stellte und die nur die Ausbildung der künstlichen Manöver des Paradeplatzes mit den Truppen im großen Stile übte.< Less