Werner Muller. Numerous action photographs and a detailed text depict the use of German medium flak in combat. Covers (20mm-88mm Flak, Self-Propelled Flak, Mobelwagen, Wirbelwind, Ostwind, Kugelblitz). Since the 20mm flak was second only to the 88 as the most frequently used and thus best known anti-aircraft gun in World War II, we decided to prepare a volume on it. In trying to include all its versions, combinations and types of use, we came upon a wealth of material that became more and more interesting, especially in the realm of self-propelled anti-aircraft guns in a broad sense and even outside of the caliber. Therefore we decided to expand this volume, originally dedicated only to the 20mm Flak, to include Flak guns of all caliber except armored types. Illustrated with over 100 b/w photographs, line drawings; 48 pages.
Wolfgang Schneider. Variations of the Tiger Family. This book covers in detail the Tiger variants Elefant, Jagdtiger, and Sturmtiger. Illustrated with b/w photographs and line drawings; 48 pages.
Kenneth N. Jordan, Sr. 433 Men of World War II Awarded the Medal of Honor 1941-1945. contains all 433 Medal of Honor citations such as this excert: Although machinegun bullets kicked up the dirt at his heels, and 88mm shels exploded within 30 yards of him, Pfc. Dutko nevertheless made his way to a point within 30 yards of the first enemy machinegun and killed both gunners with a handgrenade. Although the second machinegun wounded him, knocking him to the ground, Pfc. Dutko regained his feet and advanced on th 88-mm gun, firing his Browning automatic from the hip. When he came within 10 yards of this weapon he killed its 5-man crew with 1 long burst of fire. Wheeling on the machinegun which had wounded him, Pfc. Dutko killed the gunner and his assistant. The third German machine gun fired on Pfc. Dutko from a position 20 yards distant wounding him a second time as he proceeded toward the enemy weapon in a halr run. Along with the citations are Official Communiques from the front, and newspaper accounts of various battles. Yesterday's Heroes is a dramatic look at the courage of the American soldier in World War II. 624 pagaes.