Die Rundstedtoffensive (Battle of the Bulge)
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ETHINT-10 (3dG PC) 1.SS-Panzerregiment, by Joachim Peiper (11-24 Dez 1944). Strictly an operational interview with no questions addressing the Malmedy incident.16 pgs VG, $15.00. The interviewer and interpreter were stunned on several occassions when they discovered that Peiper spoke perfect English; after they had exchanged remarks about his possible participation in the Malmedy incident. They were left with thier jaws hanging open for a full half-minute when Peiper corrected the interpreter.
ETHINT-11 (3dG PC) 1.SS-Panzerregiment, by Joachim Peiper (16-19 Dez 1944). Strictly an operational interview with no questions addressing the Malmedy incident.7 pgs VG, $10.00.
ETHINT-12 (3dG PC) Ardennes Offensive, by Oberstleutnant Otto Skorzeny, 9 pgs, VG, $10.00. Report covers planning the attack (Operation Greif), organization of the units, employment of the commandos, employment of the 150.Panzerbrigade, and the capture of Gen Eisenhower.
ETHINT-15 (3dG PC) Sixth Panzer Army in the Ardennes Offensive, by Oberstgruppenführer der Waffen-SS Josef "Sepp" Dietrich, 16 pgs, VG, $15.00. Considered as an unreliable document.
ETHINT-16 (3dG PC) Sixth Panzer Army Planning for the Ardennes Offensive, by Oberstgruppenführer der Waffen-SS Josef "Sepp" Dietrich, 6 pgs, only G, $10.00. Considered as an unreliable document.
ETHINT-21 (3dG PC) Sixth Panzer Army (VI Pz.A.), Ardennes (16 Nov 1944-4 Jan45), by Genmaj d. W-SS Fritz Kraemer, VG, 24 pgs, $20.00
ETHINT-22 (3dG PC) Sixth Panzer Army (VI Pz.A.), Ardennes (24-27 Dec 1944), by Genmaj der Waffen-SS Fritz Kraemer, VG, 7 pgs, $10.00
ETHINT-23 (3dG PC) Sixth Panzer Army (VI Pz.A.), Ardennes (16-19 Dec 1944), by Genmaj der Waffen-SS Fritz Kraemer, VG, 6 pgs, $10.00.
ETHINT-25 (3dG PC) LXVII (67th) Infantry Corps in the Ardennes (16-26 Dec 1944), by Genmaj Fritz Kraemer, VG, 7 pgs, $10.00.
ETHNIT-26 (3dG PC) LXVII (67th) Infantry Corps (16 Dec 1944), by Generalmajor W-SS Fritz Kraemer, VG, 6 pgs, $10.00.
ETHNIT-62 (3dG PC) Sixth Pz Army Artillery in the Ardennes Offensive, by Genlt (W-SS) Walter Staudinger, VG, 9 pgs, $10.00.
ETHNIT-34 (3dG PC) The Ardennes Offensive (Sep-Dec 1944), by Major Herbert Buechs, VG, 10 pgs, $10.00. Maj Buechs was the Luftwaffe aide to Generaloberst Jodl, Chief of the Wehrmachtführungsstab and particpated in the daily situations briefings at Hitler's Headquarters.
FMS # 1 (1stG OP) Kampfgruppe Peiper, 15-26 December, by Joachim Peiper, Oberst der Waffen-SS, CO., SS Pz. Regiment I., 1st SS Panzer Div., LAH. 19 Pgs, VG. This report contains interesting information about the Malmedy murders. $15.00
FMS # 2 (2ndG PC) The Course of Events of the German Offensive in the Ardennes: 16 Dec 44 to 14 Jan 45, by P.E. Schramm, Major, OKW, 23 pgs, G. $20.00
FMS # 3 (2ndG PC) Commitment of XXXXVVII Panzer Corps in the Ardennes 1944-1945, by Freiherr von Luettwitz, General der Panzer Truppen, 24 pgs, E. $20.00
FMS # 4 (2ndG PC) The 5. Panzer Army and the Offensive in the Ardennes: 16 Dec 44-25 Jan 45, by Hasso von Manteuffel, General der Panzer Truppen, C-in-C, 5. Panzer Army, Part I, 141 pgs, G. Of all the reports, Manteuffels account is the most comprehensive. A definite choice for all Bulge enthusiats. Please contact for price quote.
FMS # 5 (2ndG PC) The 5. Panzer Army and the Offensive in the Ardennes: 16 Dec 44-25 Jan 45, by Hasso von Manteuffel, General der Panzer Truppen, C-in-C, 5. Panzer Army, Part II, 161 pgs, G. Please contact for price quote.
FMS # 6 (3rdG PC) The LXVI
Armee Korps in the Schnee-Eifel, Walther Lucht, General der Artillerie, 21
FMS # 7 (3rdG PC) Commitment of the I SS Panzer Corps during the Ardennes Offensive (16 Dec-25 Jan45), by Hermann Priess, SS-Gruppenfuehrer, CG, I SS Panzer Corps, 59 pgs, F. $40.00
FMS # 8 (3rdG PC) Operations of Sixth Panzer Army: 1944-1945, by Fritz Kraemer, Generalmajor der Waffen-SS, Chief of Staff, 6. Panzer Army, 62 pgs,. G. $50.00
FMS # 9 (2ndG PC) Report on the Ardennes Offensive: The 62 VGD, by Brigadier-General Friedrich Kittel, CG, 62d VGD, 32 pgs, G. $25.00
FMS # 10 (3rdG PC) The Ardennes Offensive: With Special Reference to the 7th Army Sector, by Freiherr von Gersdorff, 23 pgs. $20.00
FMS # 11 (2ndG OC) Commitment of the Fifth Panzer Army in the Ardennes Winter Offensive 1944-45, by Carl Wagener, Generalmajor and Chief of Staff, 5. Panzer Army, 57 pgs, G. $40.00
FMS # 12 (1stG OC) Main Reason for the Failure of the Ardennes-Offensive, by Generalmajor Carl Wagener, Chief of Staff, 5. Panzer Army, 16 pgs, G. $15.00
FMS # 13 (1stG OC) Ardennes 16 December 1944-25 January 1945, by Generalmajor Leo Zanssen, 15. Volkswerfer Brigade, 4 pgs, G. $10.00
FMS # 14 (1stG PC) Artillery Leadership and Artillery Assignments during the Course of the Ardennes Offensive, by Generalleutnant Walter Staudinger, 38 pgs, VG. Has a 4-page conclusion written by General der Panzer Truppen Erich Brandenberger, CO of the 7th Army. This document has extensive editing, presumable by Staudinger himself. Interesting piece about artillery assignments and expediture rates. $25.00
FMS # 15 (2ndG PC) The Führer-Begleit Brigade (The Brigade under the command of Remer) in the Ardennes Offensive: 16 Dec 44 to 26 Jan 45, Parts I & II., by Generalmajor Otto Ernst Remer. This account of Hitler's Escort Brigade saw extensive action during the early fighting around Saint Vith. The Escort Brigade had direct orders by General Manteuffel to assist in capturing St. Vith during the first few days of the offensive, but General Remer ignored those orders and bypassed the village. General Remer's insubordination could very well have determined the success or failure of the counteroffensive as a whole. You be the judge! 41 pages, 6 maps, VG. $30.00
FMS # 16 (1stG PC) Die 12. SS-Panzerdivision "Hitler Jugend" in der Ardennesoffensive Winter 1944/1945, by Oberstleutnent Hubert Meyer, former 1. Generalstaboffizier of the division. This is the German copy. Chronicles movement to the Ardennes, the attack, discusses enemy situation, German leadership during the counteroffensive, and the reason for its failure. Several maps and order of battle. 37 pgs, VG. $25.00
FMS # 17 (1stG PC) Die Ardenneschlacht 16.12.44-30.1.45, by ehemaliger Kommandeur der Arko 102, F.W. Bock. German version. Discusses order of battle, prepatory measures fopr coming counteroffensive, and poerational considerations. 6 pgs, VG $10.00
FMS # 18 (1stG PC) Kurze Bemerkung über den Einsatz der 2. Panzer-Division während der Ardennen Offensive, by the commanding officer of the XXXXVII Panzer Korps, Freiherr von Lüttwitz. German version. Report covers daily occurances from 26.12.44 - 12.1.45. Several days have been obmitted, 3 pgs, VG. $10.00
FMS # 19 (1stG PC) Die Ardennen-Offensive im Abschnitt des LXXXV A.K. (16. Dezember 1944 - 12. Januar 1945), by the i. G. und Chef des Stabes des LXXXV A.K., Oberst Hermann Lassen. Provides order of battle and review of readiness as it relates to the attached forces that included the 5. Fallschirmjäger-Division, 352. and 79. Volksgrenadier-Divisions, and the Führergrenadier-Brigade. 17 pgs, VG, $15.00
FMS # 20 (1stG PC) Ardennen-Offensive vom 16.12.1944 - 20.1.1945 SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 3. "Deutschland," by the ehemaliger Kommandeur des Regiments, Oberstleutnant der Waffen-SS Günther Wisliceny, a.D. German version. Includes order of battle, prepatory phase, operational chronology, and final thoughts. 13 pgs, VG. $15.00
FMS # 21 (1stG PC) Einsatz in der Ardennen-Offensive vom 16.12.1944 bis 17.2.1945 der SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiments 4. "Der Führer," by the ehemaliger Kommandeur des Regiments Obersturmbannführer der Waffen-SS Otto Weidinger. German version, discusses order of battle, operational preparation, diary, and final thoughts. 20 pgs, VG, $15.00
FMS # 22 (1stG PC) Fragen zur Ardennen-Offensive, by the Ehemaliger Kommandeur der 10. SS Panzer-Division "Frundsberg", Generalmajor a.D. der Waffen-SS Heinz Harmel, 14 pgs, VG, includes 1 map, $15.00
FMS # 23 (1stG PC) Die 12.SS-Panzer-Division "Hitler Jugend" in der Ardennen-Offensive, by Generalmajor Hugo Kraas. Includes order of battle and recollections per the divisional commander after the death of Fritz Witt, 11 pgs, VG, $15.00
FMS # 23 (1stG PC) Project # 22 (Ardennes-Offensive). German language report written by Oberst Wolf Maucke, dated 9 October 1949, concerning the 115th Panzer Grenadier Regiment of the 15th Panzer Grendier Divison in the Ardennes Offensive. The division was subordinated to the 26th VGD and participated in the siege on Bastogne. Interestingly enough, the I. Battalion of the Panzer Regiment 115 disappeared altogether since 25 December 1944. Report consists of two parts, the second part provides map overlays, tables of organization, and tables of equipment, 68 pgs. Forward written by v. Greiffenberg (P-032c), VG, $40.00.
FMS # 24 (1stG PC) MS#P-109e German Original, Ardennes Follow-Up, 2d Panzer Division (16-20 Dec 44 and 13-17 Jan 45), by Oberst a.D. Joachim Gutmann. Includes 2 sketches, 11 pgs, VG, $15.00
FMS # 25 (1stG PC) MS#P-109c German Original, Ardennes Follow-Up, 2d Pz Div, by Frhr. v. Luettwitz, 4 pgs, VG, $10.00
FMS # 26 (1stG PC) MS#P032d German Copy, Ardennes Project # 22, Die 26. Division (V.G.) in der Ardennes-Schlacht 1944/45, II Teil, by Generalmajor Hans Kokott, 10.2.1950, with introduction by von Greiffenberg, 64 pgs, VG, w/ eight maps, dating from 26 Dec 44 - 2 Jan 45; includes Gliederung (table of organization). $40.00
FMS # 27 (1stG PC) MS#P032d German Copy, Ardennes Project # 22, Ardennen-Offensive. (26. Division) 3.1.45 bis 4.1.45, includes Parts V, VI, VII, VIII, and IX, by Generalmajor Hans Kokott, 18.2.1950, with introduction by von Greiffenberg, 73 pgs, VG, w/ 21 maps, dating from 3.1.45 to 25.1.45. $50.00
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