Germany's Spanish Volunteers 1941–45

Germany's Spanish Volunteers 1941–45

Men-at-Arms 103
  • Author: John Scurr
  • Illustrator: Richard Hook
  • Short code: MAA 103
  • Publication Date: 24 Jul 1980
  • ISBN: 9780850453591
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 48
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About this Product

The Spanish Civil War had been a conflict between the nationalists and conservatives on one side, and what they saw as the opposing anarchic atheistic Marxism which was eroding the traditional Catholic values of Spain. The nationalists eventually won with the aid of Germany against the Soviet backed Marxists, and four years later, the Spaniards seized the opportunity to settle a score with those who had attempted to disintegrate their country. John Scurr's book provides an absorbing account of the organisation, campaigns and uniforms of Germany's Spanish volunteers who fought from 1941-45.

Biographical Note

John Scurr was born in Edinburgh in 1931. He was called for National Service from 1941-51, when he served in Malaya with the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. In 1964 he settled into local government in London, from which he took early retirement in 1992. John Scurr has written three Osprey titles among a host of other booksRichard Hook is one of the world's greatest military illustrators and has contributed to more than 30 Osprey titles. He is also an authority on the native peoples of North America, a subject for which he has had a life-long passion.


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