Die Ritterkreuzträger der Waffen-SS - Buch
During the Second World War, 465 Waffen SS soldiers were awarded the Knight's Cross. Nearly half of them fell in the fight for Germany. These brave men would refuse to glorify their commitment, but our national self-esteem dictates that their achievement should not be forgotten. This book shows the soldiers and describes their enthralling, battle-deciding actions, to which they owe their high honors. It shows how they managed to overcome the normal human inhibitions and to venture out of duty and responsibility for their comrades and last but not least for the love of the Fatherland. In text and image, the personal details of the highly decorated men are partially expanded by exhaustive information on the military career and their front-line assignments within the respective federation, so that a very impressive picture of the life and death of the Knight's Cross bearers in their sacrificial missions has arisen. It is not only an honor book of the bravest, but a work of high historical, military scientific rank and represents a unique documentation of all former divisions of the Waffen-SS, unsurpassed in completeness, statement and accuracy in this area. After the book was sold out for a long time, it is finally available in the 5th edition and at a sensational low price.
Hardcover: 1008 pages
Size: 18.7 x 4.1 x 25.2 cm
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