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    Himmler's Diary 1945: A Calendar of Events Leading to Suicide

    R625,00
    Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler instigated the mass murder of European Jews. 1945 saw his fall from second-most powerful man in Germany after Hitler to his suicide in British captivity. Throughout 1945 Himmler showed little sign of his supreme power, moving between action and indecision: V-2 rockets, release of camp prisoners and peace feelers.

    Through Ice and Fire: A Russian Arctic Convoy Diary 1942

    R500,00
    The danger and hardship of life in the World War Two Russian convoys is here brought vividly to life in a diary of a man that lived them

    Moonlight Flyer: Diary of a Second World War Navigator

    R500,00
    Diary of Jan Gellner, Czech navigator, after being trained in the first air observer course within the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Canada, he began his tour with the No. 311 (Czechoslovak) Bomber Squadron RAF. During 37 bombing sorties on Vickers Wellington over the occupied European territory and Germany he earned the DFC.

    The War Diaries of Count Galeazzo Ciano 1939-43

    R625,00
    The first illustrated edition of these remarkable first hand diaries from Italy's foreign minister during the 2nd World War

    Wine, Women and Song: A Spitfire Pilot's Story Compiled from Doug Brown's Letters and Reminscences

    R625,00
    Spitfire pilot Doug Brown's RAF experiences. The first solo in a Spitfire was almost his last and he crashed on his first operation. It was a life of contrasts: the thrill of flying; the loss of fellow airmen; anticipation of combat; the boredom of 'readiness'; indulgent mess banquets; pranks and comradeship; and the unrelenting toil of war.

    The Churchill-Eisenhower Correspondence, 1953-1955

    R990,00
    These reflective, philosophical letters between British prime minister Winston Churchill and US president Dwight D. Eisenhower, published here for the first time, provide insights into the relationship between the two statesmen and their countries as well as their hopes and fears about the postwar world.