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Post by Jason Petho » Sun Jan 18, 2004 11:05 am

Due to a supportive better half, I was fortunate enough to receive the the German Order of Battle: Panzers and Artillery in WWII and the Infantry in WWII volumes for Christmas.

After a quick search on the site for opinions of the volumes, I noted members stated there were errors within.

On that note, is there a place where I can find these errors so I can write the corrections in the volumes?

Thank you in advance
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Post by Jason Petho » Fri Jan 23, 2004 10:07 am

OK, since there doesn't appear to be a place with those errors, would it be possible to list the known errors in this thread? :?:

Hope all is well
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Post by Piet Duits » Fri Jan 23, 2004 11:14 am

Jason,

O my Jason, do you really want that? Believe me, you don't!
I wrote it before, and I will continue to do so: Nafziger's books are nice, for newbees. When you enter this field, some basic knowledge is much appreciated. Nafziger provides this.
When you go to another level, the books from Dugdale are worth every penny. Also, the books from Leo Niehorster are worth their money too (shall I give you my bankaccount number Leo, for the free advertising :D )
Nur für den Dienstgebrauch

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Post by Jason Petho » Mon Jan 26, 2004 7:33 am

Thank you for your advice, Piet. :D

Now I know what I should be striving for.

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