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Krieg im Norden
Author: Dirk Levsen
Pages: 164
Year: 2000
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Skildring af det tyske angreb på Norge i 1940 og den norske forsvarskamp indtil kapitulationen 10.juni 1940.
Hitlers hemmelige agenter
Author: Tore Pryser
ISBN: 8215000754
Pages: 542
Year: 2001
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Die deutsche Herrschaft in den "germanischen" Ländern 1940-1945
Author: Robert Bohn
Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag
ISBN: 3515070990
Pages: 304
Year: 1997-01-01
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aDieser Sammelband bietet einen interessanten Einblick in ein Spezialgebiet der zeitgeschichtlichen Forschung. Man darf also erwarten, dass deren Ergebnisse baldmoglichst in die Lehr- und Arbeitsbuecher fuer den Geschichtsunterricht einflieaen.o Forum Politik-Unterricht oThis collection of studies does more than its title promises. It analyzes the German administration during World War II of the eGermanicae countries and German-occupied Eastern Europe. The book includes two general surveys, six studies of eGermanicae lands, three studies of lands that before 1941 were part of the Soviet Union, and two studies dealing with German propaganda and the Nazi party.o Jahrbuecher fuer die Geschichte Osteuropas ."
A European Anabasis
Author: Kenneth Estes
Publisher: Helion and Company
ISBN: 1912174251
Pages: 210
Year: 2015-01-19
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Kenneth Estes studies the 100,000 West Europeans who fought against Russia as volunteers for the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS. A retired Marine Corps lieutenant colonel, Estes shows tremendous knowledge of combat and writes gripping battlefield prose. Two-thirds of the West European volunteers came from Spain and the Netherlands, yet Estes demonstrates wide range and covers Flemish, Walloon, French, Danish, and Norwegian combat units. Avoiding over-generalization, the author distinguishes carefully among the Danes and Flemings who fought competently with the SS-Wiking Division and later with Nordland, the courageous but poorly-armed Spanish, the ill-trained Dutch and French in Landstorm Nederland and SS-Charlemagne, and the Norwegians who after a first wave of enthusiasm held back altogether. Estes pulverizes the Nazi propaganda notion of a multinational European army defending 'Western civilization' against 'Bolshevism'. He shows that West Europeans, mainly of the urban working classes, volunteered from a mix of motives -adventure-seeking, ideology, hopes of personal advantage or material gain, a desire for better food, or a wish to escape a criminal record at home. He demonstrates that the best-performing foreign legions were trained and led by German officers and formed parts of larger SS units, and also that the Wehrmacht placed little value on foreign formations until its other manpower reserves ran out in 1944-45. This is a landmark work on a subject, which has been much written about, but rarely understood or described as perceptively as in the pages of this book.
Foreign Legions of the Third Reich
Author: D. Littlejohn
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 091213822X
Pages: 288
Year: 1987-08-01
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Bind 1 (norske, danske og franske frivillige), bind 3 (sydeuropæiske frivillige) og bind 4 (østeuropæiske frivillige) findes under SYSnumrene hhv. 5088, 5099 og 5105.
The Waffen-SS
Author: Bernd Wegner
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 0631140735
Pages: 428
Year: 1990-01
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The SS
Author: Gerald Reitlinger
Publisher: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 0306803518
Pages: 528
Year: 1989-03-22
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The SS—short for the German Schutzstaffeln—was a far-flung organization, of which the Gestapo was only one branch, that served as the tyrannical expression of Nazi bureaucracy, a politics of terror. Germans in high places still use the SS as a standard excuse for the acts of murder, extortion, and genocide that were facts of daily life under the Nazis. Reitlinger explores the complex social machinery that allowed the SS to operate—the administration and internal rivalries, the SS field divisions, German military intelligence, and the organization of the concentration and death camps. He shows how the SS was embedded in the basic government of the country during those years and how its members were not so much lunatic killers as loyal citizens doing the bidding of a country that had gone insane. Powerful, objective, and based on original German documents and interviews—including information from Himmler's statistician—this book rejects the SS as an alibi for a nation's responsibility in the most far-reaching racial massacre in history.
Danish Volunteers of the Waffen-ss
Author: Jens Pank Bjerregaard, Lars Larsen
ISBN: 1911512706
Pages: 320
Year: 2018-01-11
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Danish Volunteers of the Waffen-SS tells the story of Freikorps Danmark in pictures from 1941-1943. Freikorps Danmark was established as a Danish corps to fight communism and, from its beginning, was controlled from Denmark, being placed under the control of the SS-Division Totenkopf and 1. SS-Brigade during its service on the Eastern Front. It was a relatively small formation, which almost entirely consisted of Danish volunteers; during their time on the Eastern Front, they suffered heavy casualties. In 1943, the High Command of the Waffen-SS decided to disband Freikorps Danmark and the personnel had to transfer to a new German division, which was directly controlled by the Waffen-SS. The source material for this book has been gathered from the photo collections of former members of the unit and includes a large number of previously unpublished images.

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