Read review, 'Frontkämpfer, Wehrmacht photo albums from the front' | Armorama™

Frontkämpfer is a collection of World War II German photographs, the majority of which have never been published before. Sourced directly from personal photo albums of German veterans, Allied soldiers, and archival resources, readers are taken on a chronological journey through World War II, its beginning in September 1939 with the Blitzkrieg invasion of Poland and its culmination with the German surrender in Berlin in May 1945.

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Guys, the word is “Frontkämpfer”, not what you wrote!
If you want to use german words, may I ask you to use them in the correct spelling?
Though Regular, I’m not able to correct the title here … :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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…and to be picky about the front and back cover shots and the title, Waffen-SS was not part of the Wehrmacht :wink:

Thanks, corrected.

Agreed, and there are SS images included in the book that add to the narrative, thus I didn’t see the need to call it out.

A fine addition to the collection.

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Thank you, spelling was never my forte. Particularly in other languages.

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