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Author:
Rolf Michaelis
ISBN13:
978-0764330995
ISBN:
0764330993
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Publisher:
Schiffer Pub Ltd; 1st edition (December 11, 2008)
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Military
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1952 kb
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The 10th SS Panzer Division "Frundsberg" (German: 10. SS-Panzerdivision "Frundsberg") was a German Waffen SS armoured division during World War II. The division's first battles were in Ukraine in April 1944.

The 10th SS Panzer Division "Frundsberg" (German: 10. Afterwards, the unit was then transferred to the west, where it fought the Allies in France and at Arnhem. The division was moved to Pomerania, then fought south east of Berlin in the Lausitz area until the end of the war.

The 10th Waffen-SS Division Frundsberg was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected .

The 10th Waffen-SS Division Frundsberg was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected Allied invasion of France.

The 10th Ss-Panzer-Division frundsberg book. The division was later The 10th Waffen-SS Division "Frundsberg" was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected Allied invasion of France. However, their first campaign was in the Ukraine in April 1944. Highly motivated after combat success in Ukraine the unit was then transported back to the west where they fought the Allies in France and Arnhem. The division was later transported to Pomerania then fought southeast of Berlin in the Lausitz area to the end of the wa. .

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SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg. Michaelis Verlag, 2004. 168 с. ISBN: 393084933XКнига от известного автора описывает историю создания и участие в боевых действиях 10-й танковой дивизии СС Фрундсберг. Издание содержит много редких фотографий и карты боевых действий. Categories: History\Military History.

The 10th Waffen-SS Division "Frundsberg" was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected Allied invasion of France. The division was later transported to Pomerania then fought southeast of Berlin in the Lausitz area to the end of the war. show more.

The 10th SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg. The 10th Waffen-SS Division Frundsberg was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected Allied invasion of France.

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SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg was mainly formed from conscripts, many them . SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg Rolf Michaelis - Die 10.

SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg was mainly formed from conscripts, many them from the ReichsArbeitsDienst (RAD), the national labour service. It first saw action at Tanopol April 1944 where it took part in rescuing German troops from the Kamenets-Podolsk pocket. The 1977 movie "A Bridge Too Far", based on the book by Cornelius Ryan, directed by Richard Attenborough tells the story of Operation Market-Garden. The 2009 board game "Panzerblitz: Hill of Death" designed by Darren Emge and published by Multi-Man Publishing covers the fight for Hill 112 in Normandy (Operation Jupiter).

The 10th Waffen-SS Division "Frundsberg" was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected Allied invasion of France. However, their first campaign was in the Ukraine in April 1944. Highly motivated after combat success in Ukraine the unit was then transported back to the west where they fought the Allies in France and Arnhem. The division was later transported to Pomerania then fought southeast of Berlin in the Lausitz area to the end of the war.
  • As with the vast majority of R.Michaelis' books there is no research or any novelty. Excerpts from different books have been scraped haphazardly .
    Do not expect either any interesting photographs, the majority are dull. Most are too dark, somewhat blurred too, and all are just too small.

    Having a short biography of a dozen officers brings nothing to the reader except to beef up the book. Simply because many have never been serving in this panzer division... like Paul Hausser or Max Simon.
    To add insult to injury some were not even members of the waffen-ss for crying out loud ! Like Feldmarschalls W. Model, von Manstein and F. Schörner or some "Grossdeutschland" officers like Otto Remer.

    page 83 shows a contemporary photo of the bridge of Grave, why contemporary and not one during WWII ? Then, seven pages later we come across the exact same picture purported to show the bridge of Arnhem (which it actually is, this time).
    page 94 identifies a Pak 38 anti-tank gun as a Pak 40. A confusion repeated into another of R. Michaelis' masterpiece, amongst other confusions ...

    Keep off this amateurish piece of ... work or you will regret your bucks.

  • As with the vast majority of R.Michaelis' books (and its vast amount of fake professional reviewers) there is no research or any novelty. Excerpts from different books have been scraped haphazardly .
    Do not expect either any interesting photographs, the majority are dull. Most are too dark, somewhat blurred too, and all are just too small !

    Having a short biography of a dozen officers brings nothing to the reader except to beef up the book. Simply because many have never been serving in this panzer division... like Paul Hausser or even less Max Simon.

    To add insult to injury some were not even members of the waffen-ss for crying out loud ! Like Feldmarschalls W. Model, von Manstein and F. Schörner or some "Grossdeutschland" officers like Otto Remer.

    page 83 shows a contemporary photo of the bridge of Grave, why contemporary and not one during WWII ? Then, seven pages later we come across the exact same picture purported to show the bridge of Arnhem (which it actually is, this time).
    page 94 identifies a Pak 38 anti-tank gun as a Pak 40. A confusion repeated into another of R. Michaelis' masterpiece, amongst other confusions ...

    Keep off this amateurish piece of ... work or you will regret your bucks.

  • This book is very interest as collection of the some documents and veteran witness about SS-division "Frundsberg". But this book is not war history book. There not analysis in it.
    Photos are very good. The book itself is nicely bound and printed.