Series: Division Das Reich

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Das Reich I by Otto Weidinger1
Das Reich II by Otto Weidinger2
Das Reich III 1941-1943 by Otto Weidinger3
Das Reich IV 1943 by Otto Weidinger4
Das Reich V - 1943-1945 by Otto Weidinger5
Division Das Reich im Bild by Otto Weidinger6

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  1. Like a Cliff in the Ocean: A History of the 3rd SS-Panzer-Division Totenkopf by Karl Ullrich (1984)
  2. 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)
  3. The Leibstandarte II With Mapbook (v. 2) by Rudolf Lehmann (1980)
  4. The Leibstandarte III (Vol 3) by Rudolf Lehmann (1982)
  5. The Leibstandarte, Vol. 1 by Rudolf Lehmann (1977)
  6. The Leibstandarte IV/2 by Ralf Tiemann (1987)
  7. In Good Faith: The History of the 4th SS-Polizei-Panzer-Grenadier-Division, Vol. 1: 1939-1943 by Friedrich Husemann (2002)
  8. Wie ein Fels im Meer. Kriegsgeschichte der 3. SS-Panzerdivision "Totenkopf". Band 2 by Karl Ullrich (1987)
  9. The Tragedy of the Faithful: 3rd SS Panzer Corps by Wilhelm Tieke (1971)
  10. European Volunteers by Peter Strassner (1968)
  11. In the Firestorm of the Last Years of the War, II. SS-Panzerkorps with the 9. and 10. SS-Divisions "Hohenstaufen" and "Frundsberg" by Wilhelm Tieke (1975)
  12. Männer der Waffen-SS : der Weg einer Truppe, 1935-1945 by Fritz Wilhelm Schütter (2000)
  13. Chronicle of the 7. Panzer-kompanie 1. SS-Panzer Division Leibstandarte: by Ralf Tiemann (1998)
  14. The History of the Panzerkorps Grossdeutschland, Vol. 1 (v. 1) by Helmuth Spaeter (1992)
  15. Soldaten - Kämpfer - Kameraden. Marsch und Kämpfe der SS-Totenkopf-Division. Band 2a. Bereitstellung für den Feldzug im Osten und Russlandfeldzug bis 31.12.1941 by Wolfgang Vopersal

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