Series: Das Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg

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Germany and the Second World War: Volume I: The Build-up of German Aggression by Wilhelm Deist1
Germany and the Second World War: Volume II: Germany's Initial Conquests in Europe by Klaus A. Maier2
Germany and the Second World War: Volume III: The Mediterranean, South-East Europe, and North Africa 1939-1941 (From Italy's Declaration of Non-Belligerence ... the Entry of the United States into the War) by Gerhard Schreiber3
Germany and the Second World War: Volume IV: The Attack on the Soviet Union by Horst Boog4
Das Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg: Das Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg, 10 Bde., Bd.5/1, Organisation by Bernhard R. Kroener5.1
Germany and the Second World War: Organization and Mobilization in the German Sphere of Power, Wartime Administration, Economy, and Manpower Resources 1942-1944/5 (Germany and the Second World War, Vol 5/II) by Bernhard R. Kroener5.2
Germany and the Second World War: Volume VI: The Global War (Germany and the Second World War) by Horst Boog6
Germany and the Second World War: Volume VII: The Strategic Air War in Europe and the War in the West and East Asia, 1943-1944/5 by Horst Boog7
Das Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg, 10 Bde., Bd.8, Die Ostfront - Der Krieg im Osten und an den Nebenfronten by Karl-Heinz Frieser8
Germany and the Second World War Volume IX/I: German Wartime Society 1939-1945: Politicization, Disintegration, and the Struggle for Survival by Ralf Blank9.1
Germany and the Second World War Volume IX/II: German Wartime Society 1939-1945: Exploitation, Interpretations, Exclusion by Jörg Echternkamp9.2
Das Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg, 10 Bde., Bd.10, Das Ende des Dritten Reiches: Bd. 10 by Rolf-Dieter Müller10.1
Das Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg (Band 10/2) Der Zusammenbruch des Deutschen Reiches 1945 Die Folgen des Zweiten Weltkrieges by Jörg Echternkamp10.2

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  1. Comrades to the End: The 4th SS Panzer-Grenadier Regiment "Der Führer" 1938-1945: The History of a German-Austrian Figh by Otto Weidinger (1978)
  2. Operation Barbarossa and Germany's Defeat in the East by David Stahel (2009)
  3. Scorched Earth: The Russian-German War 1943-1944 by Paul Carell (1900)
  4. Battleground Prussia: The Assault on Germany's Eastern Front 1944-45 (General Military) by Prit Buttar (2010)
  5. The Third Reich: Descent into Nightmare by Time-Life Books (1992)
  6. Inside Hitler's Headquarters by Walter Warlimont (1964)
  7. Encyclopedia of the Third Reich by Louis L. Snyder (1976)
  8. Inside Hitler's High Command by Geoffrey P. Megargee (1980)
  9. Rückzug: The German Retreat from France, 1944 (Foreign Military Studies) by Joachim Ludewig (1994)
  10. The History of the Panzerkorps Grossdeutschland, Vol. 1 (v. 1) by Helmuth Spaeter (1992)
  11. Last Days of the Reich: The Collapse of Nazi Germany, May 1945 by James Lucas (1986)
  12. Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation 1939-1944 by Richard C. Lukas (1986)
  13. Barbarossa: The German Campaign in Russia - Planning and Operations (1940-1942) by George E. Blau (1955)
  14. Blood and Iron: The German Conquest of Sevastopol by C. G. Sweeting (2004)
  15. Stalingrad to Berlin: The German Defeat in the East (Army Historical Series) by Earl F. Ziemke (1968)

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