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Introduction / Blitzkrieg: Hitler's War Machine Unleashed / Desert Warfare: Rommel's Afrika K250 b/w photographs orps / The Surprise Assault: Operation Barbarossa and the war in the East 1941-43 /The Tide Turns: War on the Western Front 1944/ The Final Defeats: Retreat to the Fatherland 1944-45 /Conclusion
The definitive illustrated history of Hitler's land forces - from the Panzer crewman on the Eastern Front to the infantryman in Normandy and the last ditch defence units of Waffen-SS and Hitler Youth.
Chris McNab is an author and editor. To date he has published over 25 books, including Twentieth Century Small Arms (2001), Gunfighters -The Outlaws and their weapons (2005, contributing editor), The Personal Security Handbook (2003), The Encyclopedia of Combat Techniques (2002) and The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War (2000). He is the co-author of Tools of Violence (2008) and has recently completed Deadly Force (2009), both for Osprey. Chris has also written extensively for major encyclopedia series, including African-American Biographies (2006), USA 1950s (2006) and Reformation, Exploration and Empire (2005), and has contributed to The Times on the war in Iraq.
"This 424-page book was compiled from Osprey Publishing's archives. Editor Chris McNab has done an excellent job of drawing from what must have been a mountain-high pile of possible material to create a very readable, illuminating and invaluable reference text ... Anyone interested in the history of WWII would enrich their library by acquiring this rather comprehensive book, especially hobbyists seeking inspirations for model figure and armor projects or toy soldier collectors building diorama scenarios." --Toy Soldier & Model Figure (August 2013) "Mr. McNab has done a remarkable job condensing this huge task into an informative and useable book. I highly recommend it!" --Frederick Boucher, AeroScale "[A] sturdy volume... a good book for World War II collections." --Library Journal (October 1, 2011)