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Army Group North : The Wehrmacht in Russia 1941-1945
(Schiffer Military History)
by Werner Haupt, Werner
Hardcover (January 1997)
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; ISBN: 0764301829

Condemned to Live : A Panzer Artilleryman's Five-Front War
by Franz A. P. Frisch, Wilbur D., Jr Jones
Hardcover (March 2000)
White Mane Pub; ISBN: 1572491795

Five Years, Four Fronts: The War Years of Georg Grossjohann
by Georg Grossjohann, Ulrich Abele
Book Description:
Wartime memoir of a professional German soldier who rose from sergeant to major during WWII, commanding infantry units from platoon to regiment. Includes unusually candid recollections of not only combat, but of professional and personal relations with superiors, peers, and subordinates alike during combat duty on four fronts across Europe. 26 original photos, 27 original maps, appendices, notes, index. 
Paperback from Aegis Consulting Group
Book Published: October, 1999

Forgotten Soldier : The Classic WWII Autobiography
by Guy Sajer
Listed under Eastern Front

Flammpanzer German Flamethrowers 1939-45 (Elite, No 15)
Hilary Doyle, Peter Sarson (Illustrator)
Paperback - 48 pages (November 1995)
Osprey Pub Co; ISBN: 1855325470

Fighting in Hell : The German Ordeal on the Eastern Front
by Peter G. Tsouras (Editor)
Listed under Eastern Front

Fighting Techniques of a Panzergrenadier : 1941-1945 : Training, Techniques, and Weapons
by Matthew, Dr Hughes, Chris, Dr Mann
(Hardcover - November 2000)

Frontsoldaten : The German Soldier in World War II
by Stephen G. Fritz 
The experience of the British and American common soldier in World War II has been extensively  studied. Not so, at least in English, that of his principal opponent, the German Landser (infantryman). Fritz draws on both published and unpublished material, little of it previously translated, to make up for the deficiency. The German soldier survived far more rigorous training than his Allied counterparts (which explains much of his superior proficiency). Booklist
Paperback - 312 pages Reprint edition (August 1997)
Univ Pr of Kentucky; ISBN: 0813109434

German Infantryman at War 1939-1945 (At War)
by George Forty (Editor)
Book Description: This book looks at the lot of the average Landser, the German "Grunt", who fought through Blitzkrieg, in the Western Desert, and in the horrific frozen wastes of Russia against the most implacable of foes. 

Most of the photographs in this book come from private collections and have not been published before, many from Feldwebel Gerhard Sandmann who joined the German Army at Northeim in September 1939 and fought from May 9, 1940, through Belgium, Holland, and France. He was then involved in the capture of the Channel Islands, saw service on the Eastern Front, was wounded, and convalesced in Berlin before seeing service in the Occupation Army in Holland. He was captured by the U.S. Army in Belgium in 1944. 

WWII German Infantryman at War uses experiences such as these to evoke what World War II was like at the sharp end by way of the soldiers' own stories and images.
Hardcover from Ian Allan Pub
Book Published: July, 2002

The German Order of Battle : Infantry in World War II
by George F. Nafziger
Hardcover - 608 pages (March 2000)
Greenhill Books/Lionel Leventhal; ISBN: 1853673935

The German Order of Battle : Panzers and Artillery in World War II
by George F. Nafziger
Listed under Panzer

Grandfather's Tale : The Tale of a German Sniper
by Timothy Erenberger
Jeorg fought in dozens of battles in several countries, including Poland, Belgium, The Soviet Union, Crete, Italy, and Germany. After proving himself to be an exceptional sniper, he joined a special team of German paratroopers. This group of expert soldiers was parachuted into Eben Emael, the strongest single fortress in the world! Jeorg's story is one of adventure and survival under extreme circumstances, including the brutal Soviet winter, and the final battle-the Battle of Berlin. Amazon.com
Paperback - 404 pages (January 2001)
iUniverse.com; ISBN: 0595164625

Grenadiers
by Kurt Meyer
Classic autobiography by Kurt Meyer translated into English. 'Panzermeyer' earned attention as the dashing commander of the reconnaissance battalion of the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler division.
Hardcover - 412 pages (April 1, 2001)
J J Fedorowicz Pub; ISBN: 0921991592

Hitler's Mountain Troops : Fighting at the Extremes
by James Lucas
Warfare in the mountains, with its extremes of temperature and treacherous terrain, is unique and difficult. Hitler's Gebirgsjaeger, specially chosen troops of men who usually came from the Alpine regions, frequently succeeded in winning (or at least escaping) where others would have failed. Using anecdotes from surviving veterans, and photographs of men, landscapes, and weapons, follow the troops from Poland down to Tunisia, chronicling their excellence, dedication, and esprit de corps. Amazon.com
Paperback - 224 pages (August 1999)
Cassell Academic; ISBN: 0304352047

My Commando Operations : The Memoirs of Hitler's Most Daring Commando (Schiffer Military History)
by Otto Skorzeny, David Johnston (Translator)
(Hardcover - January 1995)

Operation Barbarossa in Photographs : The War in Russia As Photographed by the Soldiers
by Paul Carell (Editor), William Warda (Translator)
Listed under Eastern Front

Scorched Earth : The Russian-German War 1943-1944
by Paul Carell
Listed under Eastern Front

Soldat : Reflections of a German Soldier, 1936-1949
by Ted Brusaw (Contributor), Siegfried Knappe
A dutiful soldier and a decent man, Siegfried Knappe served as a German officer on all fronts of World War II in Europe. His uncommonly reflective, historically detailed memoir provides a fresh perspective on the war and helps us to understand how ordinary people became the pawns of an unspeakably brutal regime.
Paperback Reissue edition (September 1993)
Dell Pub Co; ISBN: 0440215269

Storming Eagles : German Airborne Forces in World War II
(Cassell Military Paperbacks)
by James Lucas
Paperback - 240 pages (October 2001)
Cassell Academic; ISBN: 0304358541

Wehrmacht Auxiliary Forces (Men-At-Arms, No 254)
Nigel Thomas, et al
Listed under German Uniforms & Regalia

Army Group Center : The Wehrmacht in Russia 1941-1945
(Schiffer Military History)
by Werner Haupt
Hardcover (September 1997)
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; ISBN: 0764302663
(Special Order)

Army Group South : The Wehrmacht in Russia, 1941-1945
(Schiffer Military History)
by Werner Haupt
Hardcover (October 1997)
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; ISBN: 0764303856
Special Order

Wehrmacht : The Illustrated History of the German Army in WWII
by John Pimlot, Christopher Ailsby, John Pinot
Hardcover - 176 pages (March 1997)
Motorbooks International; ISBN: 0760303878
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Flags of the Third Reich : Wehrmacht (Men-At-Arms, No. 270)
Brian L. Davis, et al
Listed under German Uniforms & Regalia

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