SET OF FOUR BIG ORIGINAL 1941 THRU 1944

THIRD REICH YEARBOOKS FOR GERMANYS NAVAL AFFAIRS

NAUTICUS

HUNDREDS OF PAGES AND HUNDREDS OF PHOTOS! VERY INTERESTING HISTORICAL MATERIAL

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SET OF FOUR BIG ORIGINAL 1941 THRU 1944

THIRD REICH YEARBOOKS FOR GERMANYS NAVAL AFFAIRS

NAUTICUS

HUNDREDS OF PAGES AND HUNDREDS OF PHOTOS! VERY INTERESTING HISTORICAL MATERIAL

This series of 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inch, hardcover books, each with 400 very interesting pages was first published in 1917 by Verlag E.S. Mittler & Sohn in Berlin, Germany. Offered for sale are the last four volumes of this series, published 1941, 1942, 1943 and 1944. The 1941 and 1944 volumes come with their original dust jacket. Each of the war issues was published by order of the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (High Command of the German Navy) and of course mainly focuses on the German war machinery at Sea and the vessels and naval equipment of the enemies and the German Allies. Each volume contains between 88 and 110 photos. A great reference source for anyone interested in the German Third Reich Kriegsmarine history!

The 1942 and 1944 volumes have a (easily repairable) damage, the front cover is partly separated from the book, the other two volumes are in very good condition. There are no missing or damaged pages in any of the four volumes. Nearly 1,600(!) pages of rare original material on the Nazi Ger-man Navy history!

THIS SET OF FOUR BIG ORIGINAL 1941 THRU 1944

THIRD REICH YEARBOOKS FOR GERMANYS NAVAL AFFAIRS

NAUTICUS

IS OFFERED FOR SALE FOR $375.00

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