The Romanian Army of World War 2
Osprey Publishing, 1991 - History - 47 pages
Although Romania had fought for the Allies in World War I with the fall of her allies the Czechs and the French mid-1940 she was forced to join the Axis. A coalition government was formed under General Antonescue who proved to be one of Germany’s most effective military allies. The Romanian army saw extensive action and suffered terrible losses in operation Odessa and at Stalingrad. By 1944 the Soviets were within the Romanian borders and the King sued for peace. Romania’s defection significantly accelerated the end of World War II. Her natural resources were now denied to Germany and her forces constituted the fourth largest Allied army. this book details the uniforms, equipment and unit organisation of the Romanian army during the entire conflict.
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Review: The Romanian Army of World War II (Men-at-Arms #246)User Review - Michael Dorosh - Goodreads
Standard MAA layout; pages of text with accompanying photos, and a set of 8 colour plates centrally located. What is odd about this book is that the captions to the colour plates take up more than ... Read full review
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