This photographic journal was originally published in the spring of 1941. It was edited by and carried a forward by Hauptsturmführer Gunter d'Alquen, commander of the SS Propaganda Kompanie and editor of the official SS paper, Das Schwarze Korps.
Many of the pictures taken in this book feature the men of Waffen SS Standarte "Germania". In 1940 the men who bore the word Germania on their cuff bands were fighting as a motorised regiment under the command of SS-Standartenführer Karl-Maria Demelhuber.
This is a unique account of the Waffen SS on campaign in the west from a primary source, edited by, and with an introduction by Emmy award winning author Bob Carruthers.
Star Shell Reflections 1914-1916
By: Jim Maultsaid
Edited by: Barbara McClune
Decline and Fall of Napoleon's Empire
By: Digby Smith
Panzer III at War 1939-1945
By: Paul Thomas
ShipCraft 6: German S-Boats
By: Steve Wiper
Devotion to a Calling
By: Joe Bamford, Group Captain Harley Boxall
By: Andrew W Field
The Siege of Sevastopol 1854 - 1855
By: Anthony Dawson
Wellington's Worst Scrape
By: Carole Divall
For The Sake Of Example
By: Anthony Babington