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  • CLOTH INSIGNIA of the NSDAP & SA BY J.R. ANGOLIA

    Published by R.J. Bender. 1st Edition 1985 One of few, still to date, publications dealing with the cloth insignia of the NSDAP. Covered (in 334 pages) are the early forms of insignia and their development through to the 1939 4th pattern insignia. Collar patches, armbands and the varying other forms of uniform insignia are covered with accompanying images. The insignia of the SA is covered in equal in-depth detail. Never

    £110.00
  • FOR FUHRER & FATHERLAND MILITARY AWARDS of the THIRD REICH by J.R. ANGOLIA

    Published by R.J. Bender. 3rd Edition 1987. A superb, 445 page volume, covering all the German military awards to all organisations serving the Third Reich during WW2. Actual size photographs of a multitude of awards, assisting the collector in identifying original items. Award cases are also studied along with award documents. A very good ‘early’ reference work !

    £55.00
  • AIR ORGANISATIONS OF THE THIRD REICH Vol. 1 by R.J. BENDER

    Published by R.J. Bender. 1st Edition. A 1967 published book detailing the varying organisations within the Third Reich related to flight and ‘Air force’ formations. 190 pages on high quality paper. One of the earlier books that paved the way for further in-depth studies of Third Reich military history, relying on, in many instances line drawings, as originals items were not readily at hand. Very good condition with slight

    £50.00
  • NAZI DECORATIONS & MEDALS 1933 – 1945 by JAMES A SAWIKI

    With the advent of feature films and a general interest in WW2 from the mid 1950’s, collecting Nazi German militaria of all types started to grow in popularity. With this new popularity came the first, its has to be said, crude reference works....this being a prime example. This very early (1958 privately published in the USA) card cover, 75 page ‘booklet’ shows line drawings of all

    £45.00
  • GERMAN AWARDS & DECORATIONS 1871 – 1945 by KLAUS D. PATZWALL

    An excellent pocket size reference catalogue of Imperial and Third Reich awards badges and decorations, with a mid 1980’s price guide. Excellent for carrying to fairs as a cross reference….as new condition.

    £24.00
  • THE HISTORY OF THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE HOME GUARD

    “We Also Served’…The History of the Home Guard in Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely 1940 - 1943. A privately produced 107 page history of this Battalion. An excellent account of its activities and the individual activities of its various battalions and companies. Contains several pictorial plates. Dust jacket present but as can be seen is ‘scruffy’. An excellent study of this area Home Guard.

    £36.00