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The Battle of Kursk

by 50MINUTES.Com

After the crushing defeat suffered at Stalingrad, Adolf Hitler more than ever needed to lead an attack that would reassure the German people and restore his prestige. To do this, he chose the Kursk region, and...


The Battle of Stalingrad

by 50MINUTES.Com

On 23rd August 1942, the German army truly believed in its own superiority and had no idea of the fate that awaited them in Stalingrad. However, faced with the unwavering resistance of the Red Army during their...


The Battle of Verdun

by 50MINUTES.Com

At 7:15am on 21st February 1916, Erich Falkenhayn launched an assault on Verdun. His goal was simple: to bleed the French army dry and end war of attrition. This conflict lasted nearly ten months, engaging the...


The Battle of the Bulge

by 50MINUTES.Com

Since the Normandy landings, the Allied forces continued to grow, repelling the Germans further and further. But in September 1944, Hitler saw an opportunity to direct a counter-attack. His plan was simple:...


The Battle of the Marne

by 50MINUTES.Com

Before 4th August 1914, the Allied armies had not managed to gain any victories over the vicious German troops. However, on 6th September, everything changed and hope was restored once again with the Battle...


Hitler's Soldiers: The German Army in the Third Reich

by Ben H. Shepherd

For decades after 1945, it was generally believed that the German army, professional and morally decent, had largely stood apart from the SS, Gestapo, and other corps of the Nazi machine. Ben Shepherd draws...


Patron Saint and Prophet

The Conquest of Nature: Water, Landscape, and the Making of Modern Germany

by David Blackbourn

"Brilliantly conceived....[A] tour de force in historical writing."—Ian Kershaw Majestic and lyrically written, The Conquest of Nature traces the rise of Germany through the development of water and landscape....


The Private Heinrich Himmler

by Katrin Himmler, Michael Wildt, Thomas Hansen, Ph.D. & Abby J. Hansen

At the end of World War II, it was assumed that the letters of Heinrich Himmler were lost. Yet sixty years after Himmler's capture by British troops and subsequent suicide, the letters mysteriously turned up...


Forty-Seven Days: How Pershing's Warriors Came of Age to Defeat the German Army in World War I

by Mitchell Yockelson

The gripping account of the U.S. First Army’s astonishing triumph over the Germans in America’s bloodiest battle of the First World War—the Battle of the Meuse-Argonne.

 

The Battle of the Meuse-Argonne...


Hitler: 1936-1945 Nemesis

by Ian Kershaw

The climax and conclusion of one of the best-selling biographies of our time. The New Yorker declared the first volume of Ian Kershaw's two-volume masterpiece "as close to definitive as anything we are likely...


1924: The Year That Made Hitler

by Peter Ross Range

The dark story of Adolf Hitler's life in 1924--the year that made a monster

Before Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany, there was 1924. This was the year of Hitler's final transformation into the self-proclaimed...


Eisenhower's Thorn on the Rhine: The Battles for the Colmar Pocket, 1944-45

by Nathan Prefer

By the fall of 1944 the Western Allies appeared to be having it all their own way. The summer's Normandy invasion had finally succeeded and the Germans had been driven out of northern France and most of the...


Enemies to Allies: Cold War Germany and American Memory

by Brian C. Etheridge

At the close of World War II, the United States went from being allied with the Soviet Union against Germany to alignment with the Germans against the Soviet Union -- almost overnight. While many Americans came...


Hitler's Commanders: German Action in the Field 1939-1945

by James Lucas

As absolute as Hitler's control over the German war machine was, it depended on the ability, judgment and unquestioning loyalty of the senior officers charged with putting his ideas, however difficult, into...


Schnellboote: A Complete Operational History

by Lawrence Paterson

The Kriegsmarine's Schnellboote - fast attack boats or E-boats to the Allies - were the primary German naval attack units in coastal waters throughout the Second World War. Operating close to their various bases...


Blood and Steel 3: The Wehrmacht Archive: The Ardennes Offensive, December 1944 to January 1945

by Donald E Graves

Blood and Steel 3, The Wehrmacht Archive: The Ardennes Offensive, December 1944 to January 1945 is an extensive and colourful collection of translated German military documents, private letters and diaries relating...


Speer: Hitler's Architect

by Martin Kitchen

In his best-selling autobiography, Albert Speer, Minister of Armaments and chief architect of Nazi Germany, repeatedly insisted he knew nothing of the genocidal crimes of Hitler's Third Reich. In this revealing...


World War One: A Concise History - The Great War

by Scott S. F. Meaker

World War One: A Concise History - The Great War The First World War was supposed to be the war that ended all wars, hence the name, the Great War. The Great War was off to a bad start from the German perspective....


Messerschmitt Bf 109 E?F series

by Robert Jackson & Adam Tooby

The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was one of the truly world class piston-engined fighters of World War II. This reputation rests largely with the E and F variants, which bore the brunt of the Luftwaffe's most important...