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Hitler?s Russian & Cossack Allies 1941?45

by Nigel Thomas & Johnny Shumate

Given the merciless way in which the war on the Eastern Front of World War II was conducted, it is difficult to envisage anyone changing sides during the conflict. Yet after the German invasion of Russia in...


Armies of the Russo-Polish War 1919?21

by Nigel Thomas & Adam Hook

In 1917 Poland was recognised as a state by Russia, but the Bolshevik coup threatened this. The Polish leader Marshal Pilsudski hurried to build an army around Polish World War I veterans, and in 1918 war broke...


The Yugoslav Wars (2)

by Nigel Thomas, K Mikulan & Darko Pavlovic

Following the death of the Yugoslavian President Tito in 1980, the semi-autonomous republics and provinces that he had welded into a multi-cultural nation in 1945 slid gradually towards separation. For ten years...


Germany's Eastern Front Allies (2)

by Nigel Thomas, Carlos Caballero Jurado & Darko Pavlovic

The Baltic nations Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania enjoyed a brief independence between the World Wars before being annexed by the USSR in 1940. The grim experience of Soviet occupation made it inevitable that...


Hitler’s Blitzkrieg Enemies 1940

by Nigel Thomas & Johnny Shumate

The armies of Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium bore the first crushing impact of Hitler's mighty Blitzkrieg war machine in Western Europe, in a campaign that astonished and terrified the world. The...


Armies in the Balkans 1914–18

by Nigel Thomas, Dusan Babac & Darko Pavlovic

Recent history should remind us that it was events in the Balkans which sparked off the Great War, with the assassination of the Austrian heir Prince Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, and the consequent invasion...


Wehrmacht Auxiliary Forces

by Nigel Thomas & Simon Mccouaig

Though the 'Wehrmachtsgefolge' (Armed Forces Auxiliaries) were generally inferior to their armed forces equivalents, their contribution to the German war-effort was far from negligible. Auxiliaries including...


The German Army 1939–45 (1)

by Nigel Thomas & Stephen Andrew

On 1 September 1939, when Germany attacked Poland, the Wehrmacht numbered 3,180,000 men. It eventually expanded to 9,500,000, and on 8-9 May 1945, the date of its unconditional surrender on the Western and Eastern...


The German Army 1939–45 (3)

by Nigel Thomas & Stephen Andrew

Operation Barbarossa, the attack on the Soviet Union, commenced on 22 June 1941. It became the biggest conflict in military history, with some three million German troops and about 900,000 allies facing almost...


The German Army 1939–45 (4)

by Nigel Thomas & Stephen Andrew

In early 1943 the annihilation of the 6th Army at Stalingrad marked the irreversible turning-point of the war in the East. Despite occasional local successes gained in the face of great odds – testimony to...


World War II Soviet Armed Forces (2)

by Nigel Thomas & Darko Pavlovic

In this second volume of a three-part series on the Soviet Armed Forces in World War II, author Nigel Thomas turns his attention to the mid-war period. Focusing on the uniforms and organization of Soviet troops...


The German Army 1939–45 (5)

by Nigel Thomas & Stephen Andrew

This book covers the high command, the developments in unit organisation, the campaigns and the uniforms and equipment of the German Army in the last two years of the war in North-West Europe and Italy. Despite...


The German Army 1939–45 (2)

by Nigel Thomas & Stephen Andrew

Hitler first considered an invasion of Great Britain in autumn 1940, then scheduled Operation Barbarossa, the conquest of the European part of the Soviet Union, for May 1941. Anxious to emulate Hitler's successes,...