Flags of the Third Reich

Flags of the Third Reich

  • Author: Brian L Davis
  • Illustrator: Malcolm McGregor
  • Publication Date: 25 Jun 2000
  • ISBN: 9781841761718
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 144
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About this Product

This book combines Men-at-Arms 270: ‘Flags of the Third Reich 1: Wehrmacht', Men-at-Arms 274: ‘Flags of the Third Reich 2: Waffen-SS' and Men-at-Arms 278: ‘Flags of the Third Reich 3: Party and Police Units'. Adolf Hitler chose his flag with care. Indeed, he devoted almost 4 pages of his book, Mein Kampf, to the design of his swastika. He wanted a single symbol to embody all that his fledgling movement stood for, and to convey the essence of his Nazi ideology as effectively 'as a large poster'. The design he chose - the swastika - was to become the terror and scourge of the world between 1939 and 1945. On March 16th 1936, he bestowed his new colours on the Wehrmacht. In following years, the Waffen SS and various volunteer contingents were all equipped with flags and insignia, each signifying their individual origins, yet all redolent of Hitler's Nazi ideals.

Biographical Note

Brian Leigh Davis is one of the world's leading experts on the insignia and regalia of Nazi Germany. He lives and works in Surrey. Malcolm McGregor is a well known military artist who specialises in illustrating flags, banners and standards.

Contents

FLAGS OF THE WEHRMACHT Flag Terminology Colours Emblems Parading The National War Flag Army Flags Army Standards Kriegsmarine Flags Luftwaffe Flags The Legion Condor Full Colour Artwork
FLAGS OF THE WAFFEN-SS Introduction Foreign Volunteer Legions Walloon Volunteers The Flemish Legion Norwegian Volunteers Finnish Volunteers Danzig Volunteers Danish Volunteers Estonian Volunteers Latvian Volunteers Croat Volunteers French Volunteers Spanish Volunteers Indian Volunteers Full Colour Artwork
PARTY AND POLICE UNIT FLAGS Origins of the Swastika Flag NSDAP Kreis and Ortsgruppen The Sturmabteilungen The NSKK The Hitlerjugend The Reichsarbeitsdienst Full colour Artwork


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