Soldiers of Germania: the European volunteers of the Waffen SS – Limited edition

75.00

They called themselves the “assault generation” and they had largely been born in the years during and after World War I. Coming from every nation of Europe, they had risen up against communism and banded together under one flag for a common cause. They joined the German Army in World War II, a volunteer army that was better known as the Waffen SS. And it was in the Waffen SS, the elite fighting force of Germany, where the first modern European army was born. A new society of front fighters emerged from many different European nations; it was a society that had been forged in the sacrifice, sweat, and blood on the battlefield. Maybe their heritage and culture was different but their uniforms and motto were one and the same: Meine Ehre Heisst Treue! A interesting book with many stories by various veteran accounts. Only 100 of these where printed! Free shipping!

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Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 10 × 20 × 20 cm