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Maps & Graphics
As veterans, military historians, and history buffs ourselves, at the Aberjona Press, we know that plenty of photos and accurate, detailed maps are crucial to making military history make sense to readers. That's why we add so many high quality maps and graphics to all of our books.
Below are some samples of the maps and photos which appear in this title.
Note: click here for the collection of Five Years, Four Fronts printable maps.
A knocked-out Soviet T34/76, somewhere in the Ukraine, 1943.
A Panzerkampfwagen VI (Tiger I) heavy tank shown here with its turret reversed, supporting the 198th Infantry Division in the Ukraine, 1943.
The strain of battle shows on the faces of the commander of Grenadier Regiment 308 (Oberst Gümbel, seated in the front passenger seat of his Kubelwagen), some of his staff, and of the commander of one of his battalions, Major Grossjohann, second from left. August 1944.
Infantrymen of Leutnant Grossjohann's 7th Company of the 2d Battalion, Grenadier Regiment 308 in the Mius bridgehead, spring 1942.
A Sturmgeschütz III assault gun of the type that supported Hauptmann Grossjohann's battalion's counterattack near Luka in January 1944. This photo was probably taken late summer 1943.
The German Invasion of Poland, 1-17 September 1939
The Invasion of the Low Countries and France, May-June 1940
Attack out of the Mius Bridgehead, July 1942
Operation BAGRATION, Summer 1944
Five Years, Four Fronts
The War Years of Georg Grossjohann, Major, German Army (Retired)
by George Grossjohann,
Translated by Ulrich Abele
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