Fallschirmpanzerkorps Hermann Göring - Von der Polizeigruppe z.b.V. Wecke - Buch
to the parachute corps Hermann Göring! -
Hardback edition The founders' decree of the Prussian Ministry of the Interior was initiated by the Minister of the Interior, Hermann Göring, on February 23, 1933, the police department Wecke z.b.V. From a watch company, this unit developed into a major German Luftwaffe, which consisted of paratroopers, the police and the forestry service. This is the story of this association that participated in the campaign in France and fought in Norway. Proven in Russia and North Africa, the soldiers of the Reichsmarschall were as they were called in Sicily in the landing head Salerno as well as at Monte Cassino, at Anzio - Nettuno and in the area of ??Bologna in use. After the collapse of Army Group Center and the breakthrough of the Red Army during their summer offensive in 1944 to the borders of the empire, the newly established parachute corps Hermann Göring was deployed on the eastern front. It fought in Poland, in East Prussia, in Silesia and Saxony, to protect the homeland from the Red Army and to give the German population the chance to escape and thus to save lives and lives. Over 200 documents, photos and map sketches document the history of this corps as well as numerous combat reports of members of this Air Force do-not-miss force.
Hardcover: 512 pages
Size: 18.2 x 4 x 25.2 cm
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