We are indebted to FB for his tireless work on the subject.
My learning about these issues had consisted of these relics from the first half of the 1970s, when I was younger and in search of the items we now can secure easily through the touch of a key board.
The early years of my reflection on this made me all the more determined to figure it all out....
Of course, these were adaptations of original sources, and each flawed in its own way, but the Clyde Davis work still is outstanding, in my opinion.
The Angolia price list did I secure ca. 1970, and it was an adjunct to what was in Mollo. All very exciting to a young person, of course.
Now one can learn far more and in greater detail. However, the efforts of such pioneers were of merit in the restrained conditions of the mid 20th century.
Within the next few months, hopefully we shall have copies of the complete Mitteilungsblatt der RZM to study.
I'm personaly very excited to see what can be learnt from the war years publications.
Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 07-24-2011 at 08:59 PM.
You can also imagine what is behind these Deschler grins, but I won't tell you, because I do not care..... I do not touch these things, as a matter of course.