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Book Sources - Online and Real World

Post by Frederick L Clemens » Tue Nov 19, 2002 11:54 am

This thread will be the place to post your information and questions about finding German military-related books and other publications both online and on the street. Have an especially good or a bad experience with a dealer? Let us know...but be aware that dealers have the right to respond to accusations, so keep the petty stuff to a minimum.

Here are some resources to start with -

Feldgrau book search:

http://www.feldgrau.com/booksearch.html

Dealers who support this site:

http://www.aegis-consulting.com
http://www.angelraybooks.com
http://www.articlesofwar.com
http://www.axiseuropa.com
http://www.helion.co.uk
http://www.histoire-fortifications.com
http://www.landmarkmilitarybooks.com

Other online sources I have found:

http://www.amazonbooks.com
http://www.barnesandnoble.com
http://www.ebay.com (hot tip - find a good book for auction on ebay? check out the other book search engines for other copies before bidding too much on the ebay copy!)
http://www.abebooks.com
http://www.bookfinder.com
http://www.militarybookclub.com

Have your own recommended site or bookdealer?

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Post by charlie don't surf » Tue Nov 19, 2002 12:03 pm

Here are my tips for swedish addresses.

Online bookstores:

http://www.bokus.se
http://www.adlibris.se
http://www.internetbokhandeln.se
http://www.akademibokhandeln.se
http://www.ueb.se
http://www.datorbokhandeln.se

The union catalogue of Swedish libraries:

http://www.libris.kb.se

Price comparision site:

http://www.bokpris.com

regards

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Post by book lover » Tue Nov 19, 2002 3:59 pm

Hi,One of the best used book search engines http://www.addall.com/used/

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Post by David » Thu Nov 21, 2002 4:43 pm

I did not see this in the list so I will add this one. I stumbled on it by accident. It seamed a little funky but I gave it a try. They have a good selection of books I have not seen at other places and there prices and service were top notch. Also fast shipping.
http://www.aberdeenbookstore.com/

David
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good dealer

Post by Mark C Yerger » Fri Nov 22, 2002 12:39 am

Good prices and service, especially all types of militaria related books, available from "Volume Control." [email protected]

Mark

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German Military Books

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Post by thecanucker » Fri Dec 06, 2002 4:06 am

In Canada and North America in general try http://www.chapters.indigo.ca, massive bookstore with a huge database, you can get books in many different languages and hard to find titles. Also can submit book reviews to the database for other potential customers to read.
Now that little sale should get me an Indigo VIP discount card shouldn't it??
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Destroyed village by the 1. Gebirgsjaeger men.

Post by apostolos papageorgiou » Sun May 18, 2003 6:53 pm

Visit the following web page :
http://users.edisinet.gr/zeus/liggiadde_origin_text.txt
Please observe the: liggiadde_origin_text.txt

Read about the fate of a small village in NW Greece, province of Epirus.
Just across the capital of the province Ioannina or Jeannina.
The booklet written 1945, by the late school teacher Kostas A.
Papageorgiou, printed 1947, with the hope to be observed and used as
material in the Nuremberg trial.
Recently was translated to the german language by the Civil Engineer
Kostas Sarropoulos.
This year on October 3rd will mark the 60th anniversary since the
destruction of the village. Memorial services for the 82 children,
women and elderly villagers, killed by the men of the 1. Gebirgsjaeger
Division will be served by the inhabitants of the village and the
local authorities. Anyone interested may attend. Exact time will be
notified at later date.
It is planned to print anew the booklet and distribute it. It will be
a great assistance if anyone has additional information concerning this
attrocity. Please either add it here or
E-mail it to : [email protected]

TIA.

Athens, 19th May 2003
Study of the historical events through
archives and oral history of the period 1939-1945 in the Balkans area. Also stydying the period of history from 1843- 1860 in the same geographical area.

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Post by otachel » Tue May 20, 2003 5:18 am

The best meta-search engine I know of is http://www.sfb.at, which searches, among others, alibris and abebooks, as well as amazon. Specially good for second-hand, out-of-print books in German, but English search results are also good.

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Post by Tom Houlihan » Sat Jun 14, 2003 12:12 pm

If you're looking for a particular title, try http://www.abebooks.com
Someone found one for me last week, so I went on there. You can get used books for really low prices. The one I got ran from $8-$40. For research, all I'm worried about it being able to read it, so I got the $8 one!
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Post by 101stDoc » Wed Jul 30, 2003 7:13 pm

charlie don't surf wrote:Here are my tips for swedish addresses.
Charlie: Are any of these places military history specialists, or are these general topic sites? It's cool either way, just curious. :)

Doc

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Post by Heydrich » Sat Sep 13, 2003 4:10 am

I think amazon.com and amazon.co.uk are good places to find books.I ordered the Reinhard Heydrich Memorial Book there and got it a few weeks later,without any problems.

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Post by tirola » Mon Sep 29, 2003 7:53 am

And my favorite site especially for out of print books:

The meta search of http://www.sfb.at it looks through several used book websites and also checks amzon .com & .de

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Post by zetazot » Wed Oct 01, 2003 7:18 am

I had some good experiences with http://www.rzm.com. They specialize in WW2 German stuff. They alos have a 15% discount for web orders. Not much, but it often makes shipping free for me.

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Post by Maus » Fri Oct 31, 2003 9:36 am

If you are looking for someone who sells books online really cheap, try this bookseller http://www.tollehausbooks.com/ I have been buying books from Tollehaus for the past 5 years or so, and I have never been disappointed with his books or service.

Brian B.

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