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Article about: Very interesting books, Friedrich and Tony. I am going to see if I can get a copy of one of them on Amazon. Cheers, Pat

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    Very interesting books, Friedrich and Tony. I am going to see if I can get a copy of one of them on Amazon.

    Cheers, Pat

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    Hi

    This is my favourite shelf and contains some of my most used reference books.

    FB has already posted on the headgear of hitlers germany vol 1-4 being worth more than a look and I would also recommend them as an all embracing set that cover everything.

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    If you want to also cover just about everything, any time, any place, anywhere then you can sit down sip your martini and read the uniforms and traditions set of books on army,navy and airforce. They are the dogs whatsits

    Steel helmets your thing ? Get ludwig Baer's book....it's all you'll need imo.

    Here they are in pride of place on the shelf next to my desk.

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    cheers

    tony

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    Prehaps we should extend the thread to relevant video media as well?
    I've learn't more from watching period footage on youtube than reading any book.

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    Ben

    In todays world any media outlet provides us with the opportunity to gain knowledge.....look what were using now ! The thread should be open to all reference sources.....

    Personally I'm a big fan of the written word, sitting in my chair with a good book and a cup of rosie lea......lovely (I sound like my dad !)

    cheers

    tony

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    Here's a good picture source for Imperial caps...only deals with cavalry and is only descriptive of the caps regiment in the text rather than dealing with any detail on the caps make up. Good reference and a great appendices listing regt, cap colour and piping colours....that said all can also be found on Kaiser's Bunker

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    cheers

    tony

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    A book not about the caps in which we show interest, but about a man who wore them: Franz Stangl, the commandant of Treblinka. One of its fascinating asides is its chronicle of the early tug-of-war between Hitler's government and the Church over organized euthanasia. Highly recommended.

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    Gday all,
    Whilst collecting TR headgear is out of my financial reach I still have an interest in such items.
    Two of my better ref. guides
    1.Waffen-SS Uniforms & Insignia Krawczyk & Lukas
    2.German Headgear in WW2 SS,NSDAP,Police,Civi and Misc Morgan & Maguire

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    The first image is an extract from the Krawczyk & Lukas publication.
    As I find them cheaply enough I wish to complete the Morgan & Maguire series.
    Cheers All

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    Hi Dave, thead careful with the Krawczyk & Lukas book: many fake items contained therein.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi Dave, thead careful with the Krawczyk & Lukas book: many fake items contained therein.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Bugger,
    Thanks Ade for the red light.Thats two of late.Cheers
    May-be this thread would be useful in all sections of the forum.It's a great concept re identifying quality literature over what's not so good in each given field.
    Thanks again mate appreciated greatly.
    All the best
    Dave

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    No worries.

    I hate knocking any book: all have errors and mistakes.

    But there are some real clangers in that one.

    Cheers, Ade.
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