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Into the Abyss: The Last Years of the Waffen SS 1943-45: A Photographic History

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Presents a comprehensive record of the elite Waffen-SS divisions that fought both on the Eastern and Western Fronts during the last two years of the war. With over 180 photographs accompanied by captions and text, this work presents a glimpse of one of the most well-known and notorious military organisations of the Second World War.
Hardcover, 145 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Helion & Company (first published 2006)
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Ian Baxter is a military historian who specializes in German twentieth-century military history. He has written more than forty books and over 100 articles about the World War II era.

He has reviewed numerous military studies for publication and supplied thousands of photographs and important documents to various publishers and film production companies worldwide.
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