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Title German Motorcycles in World War II
Author Stefan Knittel
Publisher Schiffer Pub Limited
Release 1990
Category Motorcycles
Total Pages 47
ISBN 9780887402050
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Covers the different types and variations of German motorcycles used in WWII.

Title German Motorcycles of World War II
Author Tony L. Oliver
Publisher
Release 1978
Category Motorcycles
Total Pages 52
ISBN 9780855242978
Language English, Spanish, and French
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German Military Vehicles of World War II by Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage

Title German Military Vehicles of World War II
Author Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage
Publisher McFarland
Release 2014-11-18
Category History
Total Pages 220
ISBN 0786462523
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This volume presents a cross-section of the most common transport vehicles produced and used by the German army. Tanks plus auxiliary vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, vans, ambulances, trucks and tractors made it possible for the troops to keep moving. These lightly armored or unarmored vehicles—aka “soft skins”—operated behind the front lines, maintaining supply lines, connecting armies with their home bases, and ultimately determining the outcome of battle. Beginning with the development of military vehicles in the early 1930s, this volume discusses the ways in which this new technology influenced and, to some extent, facilitated Hitler’s program of rearmament. Nomenclature, standard equipment, camouflage and the combat roles of the various vehicles are thoroughly examined. Individual vehicle types are arranged and discussed by the following classifications: cars and motorcycles; trucks and tractors; half-tracks and wheeled combat vehicles. Accompanied by well-researched, detailed line drawings, each section deals with a number of individual vehicles, describing their design, manufacture and specific use.

Military Motorcycles by Michael Green

Title Military Motorcycles
Author Michael Green
Publisher Edge Books
Release 1997
Category Motorcycles, Military
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9781560654629
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discusses the history and use of military motorcycles, highlighting specific models and their roles in various battles.

BMW Motorcycles in World War II R12 R75 by Janusz Piekalkiewicz

Title BMW Motorcycles in World War II R12 R75
Author Janusz Piekalkiewicz
Publisher Schiffer Publishing
Release 1991
Category Political Science
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780887403064
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Over 220 photos show the various R12 and R75 types in various combat roles on all war fronts.

Motorcycles of the Wehrmacht by Horst Hinrichsen

Title Motorcycles of the Wehrmacht
Author Horst Hinrichsen
Publisher Schiffer Pub Limited
Release 1997-01-07
Category Germany
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780887406850
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Covers the various types of motorcycles used by the Wehrmacht during WWII.

Title World War II Trucks and Tanks
Author John Norris
Publisher The History Press
Release 2012-09-01
Category History
Total Pages 368
ISBN 0752490737
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many thousands of different types of vehicles were used by the armies during the Second World War for various roles, including the fighting vehicles such as armoured cars and tanks. Today these are very popular with enthusiasts who restore these historic vehicles to their pristine state and attend specialist gatherings around the country and across Europe. This interest extends to America where there are many owners of historic vehicles. This book sets out to introduce some of the better known examples of these preserved vehicles and also some of those which are not so well known. This range includes trucks to keep the armies supplied, ambulances, motorcycles, armoured cars and of course the impressive range of tanks from the smallest to some of the largest. Some vehicles are so rare that examples have been recreated using original designs and together with the original vehicles their history is told in this book. From jeeps to tanks, landrovers to ambulances, this is the perfect book for recreating, restoring and exploring the history of these vehicles that were vital to the war effort.

Title Horses of the German Army in World War II
Author Paul Louis Johnson
Publisher Schiffer Pub Limited
Release 2006
Category Antiques & Collectibles
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780764324215
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Volumes have been written on the equipment of the German Army of World War II, including tanks, trucks, motorcycles, weapons, and personal equipment, but little has been written on the horses that made up 80% of its transportation. Horses pulled everything an army needed in the field by wagon or on its back and more horses were used in World War II than in any other war in history. This book includes text from the U.S. Army Military History Institute publication MS #P-090. The participants of this study were among the most knowledgeable the German army could provide, and their conclusions constitute a critique of what probably was the last mass use of horses in warfare. If one really means to understand the performance and tactics of the Wehrmacht in World War II, one must understand the horse and its logistic requirements. Also, this book presents one of the most comprehensive photo collections of the men and equipment of the horse-mounted troops.

Title German Fighting Vehicles of World War II in Focus
Author Ray Merriam
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2012-01-30
Category History
Total Pages 82
ISBN 9781468156416
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Merriam Press Armored Warfare 4. Second Edition (2014). Pictorial of 320 B&W and color photos of German tanks, self-propelled guns, armored cars, personnel cars, half-tracks, trucks and motorcycles of World War II. Includes photos of Kubelwagen, Schwimmwagen, Panzerkampfwagen II, Panzerkampfwagen III, BMW motorcycle, Zundapp motorcycle, B.IV demolition vehicle, Lorraine Schlepper (SdKfz 135/1), Grosstraktor I, II, and III, Neubaufahrzeuge, VK3001(P), PzKpfw E.100, SdKfz 303 “Goliath," Maus, SdKfz 250/7, 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 (SdKfz 4/1), SdKfz 251/1, SdKfz 6/2 halftrack, SdKfz 261, Kfz 2, Kfz 15, Kfz 69, Sturmpanzer IV "Brummbar," Elefant, SdKfz 233, SdKfz 234, SdKfz 223, SdKfz 232, SdKfz 263, SdKfz 221, SdKfz 222, SdKfz 231, Kleines Kettenkrad NSU (SdKfz 2), Flammpanzer II, Munitionsträger "Hummel," Jagdtiger, and more.

Title Eyewitness to History World War II
Author Stephen W. Sears
Publisher New Word City
Release 2015-11-27
Category History
Total Pages 600
ISBN 1612309232
Language English, Spanish, and French
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". . . the greatest war of all time told as it is best told - by the people who lived it." - The Washington Post All first-person accounts of great events have their own fascination, but the editors of American Heritage have discovered that people writing about World War II seem to tell their own story with particular passion and eloquence. That is one reason American Heritage has published so many of them - and why noted military historian Stephen W. Sears has selected the most compelling. The result of his search is a uniquely moving and valuable anthology - a series of personal histories that, marshaled together, become an intimate history of the Second World War. Here is Edward Beach, the highly decorated submarine skipper and author of Run Silent, Run Deep, recalling what it was like to be sent into hostile waters with torpedoes that didn't work; Charles Cawthon recounts the landing at Normandy Beach in a restrained and poetic narrative whose quiet humor does nothing to blunt the savagery of the experience; General James Gavin tells of the jump into Sicily and of a battle fought that never should have been fought; Hughes Rudd watched the war from overhead in a flimsy spotter plane, his "Maytag Messerschmitt; and William Manchester remembers a particularly audacious and hilarious scam that a reckless Marine buddy played on the entire army. Some of the stories are heartbreaking, some amusing, some horrifying, but every one of them - whether told by the women who hammered fighter planes together or the men who flew them - glows with hard-won experience.

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