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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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    Ade

    I thought the real "clangers" were in canterbury museum ? I can send pictures if you need proof of life.

    cheers

    tony

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    Hi

    I know a lot of the books posted already are not cheap,some may say over priced so I thought this one would be a great starter book for anyone. It is also a great book for the experienced as well.

    Published by herman historica it covers all branches of service and is very reasonable at about 20 euros i think. A lot of the caps come form the collection to be found in the 39-45 museum at ambleteuse which means you can also see them in real life and not just hidden away in a collection room. The museum is top notch and the owners very friendly and receptive to fellow collectors,,and there's a militaria shop......what more do you want....and you can leave the wife and kids on the sandy beach if it's sunny !

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    cheers

    tony

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

    Cheers, Ade.

    The caveats with said book especially extend to one of the authors, as well, whose business dealings are pretty dicey, as well. I am not writing here of the Swedish personage, either. Do let me say, though, that the merits of these volumes in their totality outweigh whatever flaws might operate. The man with the name that begins with K reminds of of Atwood, the dagger king, who used printed literature as an adjunct to his business. This generalization hardly applies to everyone, mind you. Such critique is also a vehicle for the anti intellectuals, who are numerous in these sites, to assault learning generally in a pretty hateful fashion.
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    damit, basta.

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    Some amazing Books I never knew existed.

    I bought Krawczyk & Lukas book without knowing it has fakes in it many months ago.

    Cheers, Pat

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    Hi

    I know a lot of the books posted already are not cheap,some may say over priced so I thought this one would be a great starter book for anyone. It is also a great book for the experienced as well.

    Published by herman historica it covers all branches of service and is very reasonable at about 20 euros i think. A lot of the caps come form the collection to be found in the 39-45 museum at ambleteuse which means you can also see them in real life and not just hidden away in a collection room. The museum is top notch and the owners very friendly and receptive to fellow collectors,,and there's a militaria shop......what more do you want....and you can leave the wife and kids on the sandy beach if it's sunny !

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    cheers

    tony
    For a modest price, this work is a good start for a beginner. Some of the SS pieces cause me doubt, however, but such is normal. Practice of French is an additional benefit.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	321488Also essential for a serious library is the Organisationsbuch d NSDAP, which used to be cheap and relatively easy to find, but has appreciated in price with the globalization of a digital market. I found an on line version, which is useful and less expensive and then some. I have several copies, to include the rare edition of 1943.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	321500This article in a magazine entitled "Der Adler" from the year 1969 marked a great step forward in my collecting of this regalia. David Delich remains a leading figure in SS regalia in the U.S. and we are now colleagues.Click image for larger version. 

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    This article was all that existed in said era versus the cornucopia of easily had, on line aids-- to include our own work on this site. A fact that bears keeping in mind with the present sense of entitlement born out of a bounty that no one in 1969 could contemplate.
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    damit, basta.

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    I liked this book...

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    Cheers, Pat

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    For those interested in the evolution and organization of the SS, "The Black Corps" by Robert Lewis Koehl is a decent scholarly work that draws much from primary sources and makes it available to those unable to speak German. Koehl provides a timeline for the reader along with an examination of the interaction between the SS and other facets of the Party.

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    Quote by DrCMH View Post
    For those interested in the evolution and organization of the SS, "The Black Corps" by Robert Lewis Koehl is a decent scholarly work that draws much from primary sources and makes it available to those unable to speak German. Koehl provides a timeline for the reader along with an examination of the interaction between the SS and other facets of the Party.
    An excellent suggestion. No comprehension of SS regalia or that of any III. Reich organization is possible without a good understanding of the organizations and their evolution in a violent, brief and turbulent time. The SS is especially evident of this generalization, but it applies to others as well. Colored picture catalogs of some leading collections, devoid of analysis and context, are useful to only a limited degree.
    Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 03-19-2012 at 10:01 PM.
    damit, basta.

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