NEW BOOK: Die Sonderhilfszüge Hilfszug "Bayern" und Reichsautozug "Deutschland"

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Hello too all,

not just the subject for HJ-interested persons, but I would like to inform you
about the fact my newest book "Die Sonderhilfszüge Hilfszug "Bayern" und
Reichsautozug "Deutschland", a limited edtion, is released. It is a book about
a hardly known subject, which gives you the opportunity to learn more about
the Third Reich-period.
Next week I will provide information how one is able to purchase a copy, but
for now I will suffice with the cover. You eventually can PM me, no problem!

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Congratulations on this new book and thanks for the information, Wim !
An interesting subject little or not know .
 
thanks for the thanks. Don't be so shy friends.
Order the book and learn there was more during the TR as just HJ.

Those who know my books, do know this already for a while. What
to think about my book about Reichsbahn-eagles?

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It will be a hell of a job to purchase the book, since the publisher
Bender has died. Maybe one day, stocks will come available.
 

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I have this book and I can only recommend it. Very interesting with a lot of documents, pictures and history on the subject.
 
thanks for the thanks. Don't be so shy friends.
Order the book and learn there was more during the TR as just HJ.

Those who know my books, do know this already for a while. What
to think about my book about Reichsbahn-eagles?

You don't have permission to view attachments.


It will be a hell of a job to purchase the book, since the publisher
Bender has died. Maybe one day, stocks will come available.

Hey Wilhelm, I love your Reichsbahn Eagles book! It helped me to better understand the variety of eagles used on various german vehicles. Most interesting to me were the DRP eagles (commonly called, "Trolley Eagles") as well as the U-Boat Eagle (which I dream of owning some day).
 
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