OPERATION FALL WEISS: German Paratroopers in the Poland Campaign, 1939
The use of paratroopers had been planned for the invasion of Poland in 1939, in an act that began World War II. This account describes the role of the German paratroopers in the Polish campaign, using war diaries, maps, contemporary documents and photographs, including those from various private collections.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 3771814
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