Dresden and the Heavy Bombers


By: Rupert Butler
Supplied by: Pen and Sword

Format: Paperback
Pages: 292
ISBN: 9780850529685
Published: 13th February 2003
RRP / Print Price: £7.99

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Dresden and the Heavy Bombers

In Nazi Germany the SS was an instrument of terror and repression. This powerful spearhead was known as the Waffen-SS. A hand-picked elite of magnificent fighting men whose courage was outstanding, but also a force of cruel fanatics capable of hideous atrocities against all accepted rules of warfare. This detailed history looks at both faces of the SS formations, giving a vivid picture of the diabolical architects of the world's most terrible private army • Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler.

 




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