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    • In this issue: we start with the history of the Wallonie assault brigade, from its formation to its use on the Ukranian and Estonian fronts. Following that is the biography of a Latvian volunteer, Woldemars Veiss, one of the bravest officers, decorated with the Knight's Cross. We continue with the employment of the Toteknkopf division in the Demyansk pocket, between January and March 1942. We conclude with a long, but hopefully interesting article by our friend Hugh Page Taylor on…
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    • Eighty years ago, exactly in the summer of 1941, on June 22, 1941, German military forces invaded the Soviet Union, beginning one of the largest military campaigns of the entire Second World War. We will start from this issue of the magazine to retrace the fundamental stages of the war on the Eastern front, dealing, as always, mainly with foreign voluntary units. Let’s now analyze the contents of this new issue of the magazine. Let’s start with the history of…
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    • Let's start with the formation of the SS Division Nord in 1941, on the eve of its employment on the Finnish front. Following is the biography of Josef Rollecke, a man decorated with the Knight's Cross, of the 3. SS-Panzer Division 'Totenkopf'. We continue with the first part of an in-depth study on the history of Frikorps Danmark, the Danish volunteer formation. Another biography dedicated to Georg Keppler, commanding officer of the Waffen-SS follows. The study dedicated to Italians decorated…
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    • Axis Force 16 The contents of this new issue: let's start with the use of the SS cavalry units on the Polish front between 1939 and 1941, mainly engaged as security forces and in the anti-partisan struggle. Following is the biography of Herbert-Otto Gille, one of the most representative figures of the Waffen-SS, regimental, division and army corps commander. We continue with the fourth part of the article dedicated to the employment of the Cossacks in the German armed forces.…
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    • The contents of this new issue: the Totenkopf-Division on the Western Front (May-June 1940), General der Waffen-SS Matthias Kleinheisterkamp, Hitler's Cossacks (part 3), Hans Siegel, Knight’s Cross Holder of the 12. SS-Panzer Division, SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Wiking on the Manytsch Front and the Panzerschreck. By Massimiliano Afiero, 80 pages English text
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    • In this issue we start with an article dedicated to the use of the SS Totenkopf division  on the Western Front in the spring of 1940. This is followed by the history of the bersaglieri (light infantry) units of the Italian Social Republic, in particular of the "Italia Division" with many unpublished photos. The biography of this issue is dedicated to one of the most important characters in the history of Waffen SS, Paul Hasser. We continue with the second…
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    • In this issue we start with an article dedicated to the use of the SS Prinz Eugen division during the 'Schwarz' operation, conducted on the Balkan front in May 1943. This is followed by the biography of Philipp Theiss, extracted from the new book by our Peter Mooney. We continue with the first part of the article dedicated to the recruitment of the Cossacks into the German armed forces and with the second part of the monumental work dedicated to…
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    • In this issue we wanted to commemorate the 80th anniversary of both the German invasion of Poland and the Soviet invasion of Finland, two events that marked the beginning of World War II. In fact, analyzing the contents of this new issue, we initially find an article on the use of Totenkopf units in Poland in September 1939, a second article on the Soviet invasion of Finland. Then we find the biography of Karl Heinz-Boska by Peter Mooney, the history…
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    • We begin with with the article by P. Crippa, about the tanks of Mussolini, the armored division wanted by the Duce equipped with German vehicles. Following is the biography of Siegfried Brosow, one of the most famous and decorated officers of Waffen SS. We continue with an article about the employment of the Götz von Berlichingen division during the Mortain counteroffensive and another article on the employment of the Kampfgruppe Peiper on the Ukrainian front in 1943. Grégory Bouysse offers…
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    • Let's now analyze the contents of this new issue of the magazine. We begin with a long and exhaustive article on the employment of Totenkopf Division on the Ukrainian front in the summer of 1943, rich as always with numerous photos, following the biography of Otto Kumm, one of the most known and decorated officers of Waffen-SS. It continues with the fourth and last part of the article dedicated to the Barbarigo battalion on the Anzio front and with a…
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    • In this issue: Letʹs start with the second part of the article dedicated to the Dutch Legion, richly illustrated. We continue with the biography of Zvonimir Bernwald, at first a volunteer in the Handschar Division and then in the 31st SS Division. It continues with the third part of the article dedicated to the Barbarigo battalion on the Anzio front, with a new excerpt from the new book by Tomasz Borowski on the last combat actions of the French volunteers…
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    • In this issue: - The Dutch Volunteer Legion - Johannes Göhler, Knights Cross Holder from the 8.SS-Kav.-Division - The Barbarigo Battalion on the Anzio Front, 2nd part - Hungarian Airborne Operation in 1941 - The last battle of the Charlemagne Division - SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Hans-Jörg Hartmann, 3rd part - Dutch Legion Awards
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    • In this issue: The Volunteer Legion Norwegen, SS-Oberscharführer Ernst Barkmann, The Barbarigo Battalion on the Anzio Front, The Feder Files: short Biographies of Five non-German Waffen-SS war reporters, The battle for Carentan: June 1944, Hungarian Armored Forces in WW2 3rd part, SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Hans-Jörg Hartmann 2nd part,The Folgore Division, SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Hans-Jörg Hartmann, Slovakian army in WW2...
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    • In this issue: The Kampfgruppe Rehmann, summer 1944,Albert Frey, Knight’s Cross with Oakleaves Holder, The French Legion through the eyes of an SS-Kriegsberichter, Free Corps Denmark at Velikije Luki,Hungarian Armored Forces in WW2, 2nd part, The Folgore Division, SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Hans-Jörg Hartmann, Slovakian army in WW2
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    • The battle for Narva, 1944 – 2nd part Georg Diers – (s) SS-Pz. Abt. 503 Tank Commander. The Albanian element of Waffen-SS….The Leibstandarte with Army Group North. Hungarian Armored Forces in WW2. Italian Eastern Front Awards
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    • The battle for Narva, 1944, Heinrich Sonne, Knight’s Cross Holder with the 1.SS-Inf.Brigade, The “MONTEROSA” Alpine Division of the R.S.I., the “Iron Division!”, The 14.SS-Freiwilligen-Division Galizische, Japan in War, Eastern Volunteers insignia
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    • With this third issue of the magazine we take another step forward with our publication, which we hope will continue to spread all over the world, both in digital format and in paper format, in the name of historical truth. Finally, we have begun to receive comments and advice on our magazine sent by our readers, all fortunately positive, but also suggestions on the editorial line to follow in the coming issues. Many readers have asked us to provide more…
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    • In this issue: The Flemish Legion, Felix Steiner and the European Volunteers, The Wiking and the battles in the Izyum area, July 1943, SS-Unterscharführer Max Rudolf Pesarra, The Italian SS Legion and the Foreign Volunteer Legion Military Award & Insignia.
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    • Here we are again to present a new magazine dedicated to the history of the Axis formations during the Second World War, with most of the same group of employees who previously were involved in producing the magazine ‘The European Volunteer’. We hope that this new project will be positively received by our readers, who already subscribed to the previous magazine so that we can continue our research and our studies on this particular subject of the Second World War,…
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    • In this number: SS cavalry units on the Eastern Front, SS-Sturmbannführer Heinrich Springer, Norwegian volunteers on the Finnish Front, Götz von Berlichingen in Normandy, The Legion of French Volunteers…, SS-Unterscharführer Paul Brandstetter, Hitler’s Obersalzberg.
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    • In this number: Langemarck and the Operation Solstice, Spanish Volunteers on the Eastern Front, SS-Obersturmführer Kurt Sametreiter, SS-Freiwilligen-Legion ‘Niederlande’, ‘Lakaie’ Battalion in Lubowo, Karl-Heinz Knapp, The ‘Nord’ Division and the battle of Salla.
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    • Let’s now take a look at the content of this new issue: we begin with the employment of the Nederland Brigade on the Oranienbaum Front, followed by an article by Scott Revell on Sepp Krafft, the history of the Spanish volunteeers on the Eastern Front, Peter Mooney’s article on Kurt Sametreiter, the employment of Pring Eugen in Operation Weiss, a memoir of Karl Heinz Decker and finally the second part of the article dedicated to the formation of the Sturmbrigade…
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    • English Digital magazine on Axis armies during WW2. In this book:  Formation and Employment of the SS Langemarck Brigade - Unterscharführer Harald Nugiseks - Italian Volunteers in the Waffen SS - The 8.SS-Kavallerie-Division ‘Florian Geyer’ at Nyiregyhaza - Frikorps Danmark - 5.SS-Freiwillige Sturmbrigade Wallonien  The French SS-Freiwilligen-Sturmbrigade

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