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German Paratroopers in Action: 1939-1945 (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – November 2000


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Good book overall 9. Juni 2012
Von DRB - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book has outstanding photos of the Fallschirmjager. As another reviewer mentioned many were miscaptioned. Some Heer and Waffen SS soldiers were misidentified as Fallschirmjager. This book provides some quality information on some of the outstanding accomplishments of the German Paras. One example being the Leibstandarte had been struggling to clear a area around Radomysel in the Soviet Union. The Fallschirmjager Regiment 2 was called in to handle the situation on Nov 30 and on the night of Dec 1 they had cleared the entire area of Soviet Forces. They did what the best Waffen SS division could not do. This is just one example. The 16th Red Army counter-attacked the same area shortly afterwards and Regiment 2 cleared them out too. The Fallschirmjager were the best infantry of World War Two and were often utilized in a manner which they were not originally intended. They became a fire brigade. They were rushed to sectors where the enemy would accomplish a breakthrough, and they would be responsible for stabilizing the situation. They had a special spirit about them and fought heroically to the very end even with the understanding that they could not save the Reich from defeat. This is a solid book that I would recommend to anyone interested in the Fallschirmjager. Just do not expect great details about their missions. You get enough to appreciate them for the elite soldiers that they were.
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From the Sky and Land 26. Dezember 2012
Von Christian Potholm - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This finely illustrated work (although I don't believe that all photos used are of Fallschirmjager) fills a major gap in the English literature concerning German paratroop operations during World War II. In addition to the better known accounts of their exploits in Holland, France, Crete, Monte Casino and rescuing Mussolini, there is extensive coverage here of their lesser known efforts in Greece (at the Corinth Canal), North Africa (including a seldom discussed drop in Algeria) and Russia (only one jump in 1941 by some Brandenburgers, otherwise in combat entirely as ground forces). After the disastrous losses suffered in their successful seizure of Crete, the Fallschirmjager were extensively used as a fire brigade in many different theaters, often suffering very heavy causalities. Incidentally and somewhat surprisingly, the author indicates that an SS parachute unit was not formed until 1943 and saw action in Yugoslavia. Reading this work can compliment others dealing with airborne actions during World War II from somewhat different perspectives, including Beevor, "Crete: the Battle and the Results," Burgett, Currahee, "Harclerode, "Wings of War: Airborne Warfare 1918-1945" and Moses, "Whatever it Takes."
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Interesting Book 18. November 2001
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book covers the German parachue forces from their beginning until the end of W.W. II. The book has lots of photographs, some seen here for the first time. But, unfortunately, whoever did the research mis-captioned a great number of them. Other than this fcat, it is till a useful book for military historians.
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Very Fascinating! 24. März 2001
Von Alex Yim - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book is informative and comprehensive about Fallschirmjager in World War II. It illustrates many photos and detailed narration that are easy to understand about German Paratroopers' creation, campaigns of the war in Europe and Africa, and distinctive equipment and weapons.
Five Stars 24. August 2014
Von JUAN CARLOS GARCIA CRISTOBAL - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
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