Fortress Third Reich: German Fortifications and Defense Systems in World War II (Google eBook)

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Da Capo Press, Sep 10, 2007 - History - 384 pages
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A comprehensive survey of German World War II fortifications
  

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This is a great book if you are looking for information on WWII German " Fortresses" throughout Europe. Many good maps and photos. If you are interested in D-Day 6 June 1944, this is a must!
Bruce

Contents

The Lights Went
3
From the Ruins of the Second Reich
37
Blitzkrieg to Victory 1939 to 1942
113
Buildup of Coastal Fortifications
123
The Propaganda Campaign
130
Air Defenses of the Reich
141
Protecting the Leadership
158
Armored Trains
164
On the Other Fronts 256
237
The Southern Front
256
The Southeast Front
265
The Northern Front
271
Desperation and Defeat 1944 to 1945
281
The Wonder Weapons and VSites
291
Bombproof and Underground Sites
299
Collapse of the Western Front
323

Years of Retreat 1942 to 1944
179
Beginnings of the Atlantic Wall
194
The Fortifications of the Atlantic Wall
214
Types of Bunkers
223
Artillery Batteries
231
Clinging to the Last Lines of Defense
332
Armored Parts for Fortifications
350
Bibliography
357
Index
363
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J.E. Kaufmann is the author of six books on fortifications. He and his wife, H.W. Kaufmann, live in San Antonio, Texas. H.W. Kaufmann is the wife of J.E. Kaufmann, the author of six books on fortifications. They live in San Antonio, Texas.

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