Looking for PanzerFausts

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Re: Looking for PanzerFausts

Post by dadlamassu » Tue Sep 11, 2018 7:12 am

Fire-at-Will wrote:
Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:20 am
Elheim have a female AA crew
Cannot find them on the website. I have a couple of Flakhelferin crews from a long time ago. I'm looking for:
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And in mixed military, BDM and civilian clothes
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Re: Looking for PanzerFausts

Post by CarlL » Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:11 pm

Is there a reliable history out there of what happened when the Russians rolled into cities and Volksturm faced the enemy?
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Re: Looking for PanzerFausts

Post by dadlamassu » Tue Sep 11, 2018 8:54 pm

The Volkssturm fought both the Western and Eastern Allies.

Good books? Anything by Tony le Tissier e.g. "With our Backs to Berlin", "Death was Our Companion" are very worthwhile. Helmut Altner's "Berlin Dance of Death" is a good read about a Luftwaffe conscript and there are many descriptions of Volkssturm and other ad hoc groupings. David K Yelton's "Hitler's Volkssturm" is very well researched. Anthony Read and David Fisher "The Fall of Berlin" has lots of first hand accounts from 1933 - 1945.

However, "reliability" is a judgement you will have to make for yourself bearing in mind while you read that the surviving Germans tried to distance themselves from the Nazi Party etc.
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Re: Looking for PanzerFausts

Post by bannockburn bhoy » Tue Sep 18, 2018 7:58 pm

Hi Alan Pegasus do a set of Germans in Berlin that is mostly civilian types etc ,you can see a review on www,plasticsoldierreview.com (sorry couldn't get the link to work) under Pegasus

BTW Alan I have sent you a PM & an e-mail. cheers John

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