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From the Karawanks to Crete 1941

Accounts and Pictures

 Gebirgsjager (mountain infantry) and Fallschirmjager (paratrooper) Book!
Stuka campaign and photos included as well.

Hardcover, 176 pages

  • war diary
  • many first hand accounts
  •  ~47 full page b/w photos
  • one fold out map of Balkan
  • + map in front and rear

In good exterior and very good interior condition.
Spine slightly damaged, boards partly age toned, otherwise ok with mild traces of use and age.

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

Approx/Measurements: 9-1/2" x 6-3/4"  ~0.8 lbs.

by OKW
 published by Time History House

Table of contents:

- Intro
- War Chronicle
- German tanks roll over the Danube
- Airman smashing a Wehrmacht
- Greek bunkers in the fire hail
- The 6th company takes the railroad bridge
- Into enemy territory!
- March against Greece
- Stuka attack at dawn
- The Hellas mountain is being stormed
- Ten bunkers taken in three hours
- How the Metaxas line was broken
- An army wading through mud
- Stukas aircraft over the port of Uthen
- The iron wedge of the tank weapon
- Cruising in the Aegean Sea
- Mission accomplished in five days
- Where is the armored division?

- Hussar's play of a cycling squadron
- After the fleeing Tommy
- Hoisting the flag on Mount Olympus
- The taking of Larissa
- German army trip to the island Samothrasi
- Ships without flag
- The tank advance to Uthen
- Navy occupies the island Stiathos
- The capture of the paratroopers at the Isthmus of Corinth
- After taking Kalamata
- With the paratroopers to Crete
- Stukas off Crete against British cruisers
- Forced march of the mountain hunters on Crete
- Storm on Chanea
- How tanks were brought to Crete
- Stukas against the citadel of Candia
- Paratroopers on Crete
- How East Crete was taken


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