Books about war armament
 
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reimahg REIMAHG - A pictorial History

by Patrick Brion

1944, the construction of one of the largest underground aeroplane factories began. This excellent book contains countless historical pictures and documents. A must for everyone who is interested in the story of the REIMAHG.

- available in English -

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Hitler's Ignored Secret Objects  Hitler's Ignored Secret Objects

by Henry Hatt - BoD 2014

In 1944/45, underground mines were used to protect important war productions. Was this the only use? Henry Hatt claims to have found evidence that also libraries, archives and art work was hidden in the mines in the last months of WWII. For him, it is a fact that certain secret depots still exist untill today.

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Kein Düsenjägersprit aus "Schwalbe 1"

by Horst Hassel und Horst Klötzer
Herscheid / Iserlohn 2011

- only in German

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Sowjetische Demontagen in Deutschland 1944-1949

Rainer Karlsch, Jochen Laufer - Dunker und Humblot Berlin 2002

550 pages, many references

- only in German

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Die Rolle der Untertageverlagerung in der deutschen Rüstungsproduktion 1943-1945

Frederic Gümmer - Grin 2007

114 pages, many references

- only in German

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Uran für Moskau
by Rainer Karlsch - Ch. Links, 4th edition, 2011

280 pages, photographs, documents, a scientific book about the history of the WISMUT AG!

- only in German

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Thüringen 1933-1945

by Willy Schilling - Ch. Links 2010

126 pages, photographs, a historical travel guide.

- only in German

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Geheime Bunkeranlagen der DDR

by Stefan Best - Motorbuch-Verlag, 2009

240 pages, a lot of photos and construction drawings of secret GDR bunkers. Bunkers of the STASI, the NAVY, and many others. Very interesting! 

- only in German

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German Underground Installations
Part Two of Three

by J.I.O.A., Washington DC

about the relocation of underground factories in Germany. Explains different facilities in mines, tunnels, caves, breweries and fortifications. 

- only in English

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Kampf um die Akten

by Astrid M. Eckert

about the negotiations between Germany and the Allies regarding confiscated documents. Hundreds of tons of records fell into the hands of the Allies at the end of WWII and the history of the efforts for their return was never published. 

- only in German

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Hitlers Bombe

by Rainer Karlsch

This book reveales a sensation. German scientists tested nuclear bombs under the leadership of the SS on the island of Ruegen. Several hundred prisoners lost their lifes. Historian Rainer Karlsch also found a drawing of a plutonium bomb patent of 1941 and the first functioning atomic reactor near Berlin. Hitler had a bomb. German scientists developed an atomic weapon during WWII is the conclusion of Rainer Karlsch.

- only in German

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Deckname Kaulquappe

by Henry Hatt

Secret underground relocation of important war production of Jenaer Glaswerke Schott & Gen. to the slate mine Staatsschieferbruch Lehesten in Southern Thuringia. 164 pages, many documents, pictures and maps.

- only in German

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Die Geschichte der Gruppe K.A.K.T.U.S.

by Henry Hatt

about the story of "Kunstraub-Aufklärungs-Komitee-Thüringen-Und-Sachsen" from its origin in 1987 till now. The searching for lost art continues.

- only in German

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DACHS IV

by Juergen Mueller

about Dachs IV near Osterode. A fuel hydrogenation plant with about 300.000 sq. ft. was supposed to be errected with the help of more than 3000 slave workers. The book contains drawings, pictures and a lot of information. Even the hunt for a Nazi treasure happened there in the mid 60s. Paperback, 108 pages

- only in German

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Stollen im Fels und Öl fürs Reich

by Kai Olaf Arzinger

About code name Schwalbe I in Hoennetal. The author is free  Journalist of some daily newspapers. He took an article of 1985 as his reason to collect material and write this book. An important historical document, worth reading.

- only in German

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Ein KZ in der Nachbarschaft

by Tobias Bütow und Franka Bindernagel

Excellent book about the six satelite camps of BRABAG which shows the cooperation of the economy, the SS and the role of the so called Freundeskreis Himmler. Very interesting and a lot of sources named.

- only in German

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Ignorierte Geheimobjekte Hitlers

by Henry Hatt

introduces a very interesting area of Southern East Thuringia to the reader, which contains countless slate mines. The author uncovered that 20 of these mines had been used as secret underground deposits and production facilities during WW II. Hatt beleives that there is no other written material about these secret objects because certain people are trying to prevent attention. Find out how important that area was and that it is probably the most promising trace leading to the Amber Room and other treasures. The second edition will be quite shocking.

- also in English

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Vernichtung - Auftrag und Vollendung

by Lothar Czoßek
Self Published, 2000

Documentation about satelite camp Rehmsdorf of Buchenwald.

- only in German

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Vernichtung - Auftrag und Vollendung

by Lothar Czoßek
Lothar Czoßek Eigenverlag, 2000

Addition to the documentation about the satelite camp Rehmsdorf of camp Buchenwald.

- only in German

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Beutezüge in Thüringen

by Ulrich Brunzel
Jung, Heinrich, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2000

On the trace of art treasures, wonder weapons and looted gold, by Ulrich Brunzel. When Hitler saw the end of the thousand year lasting Reich, Thuringia became his treasure safe, location for experiments and hiding place of the most secret weapon systems. Countless slave laborers had to help and died as as well as Nazis with too much knowledge. Only the keepers of the secrets remained. Hitler commited suicide and the "Gauleiter of Thuringia", Fritz Sauckel was executed after the trial in Nürnberg. However, the Allies knew how to further develope the weapons, how to make them more freightening and they are willing to use them at any time! Hitlers looted gold helped the economy of the Allies grow...

- only in German

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Deckname Lachs

by Klaus W. Müller, Willy Schilling
Jung, Heinrich, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH

In July 1944 London heard the first time about an underground armament factory being built near Kahla. They started a special investigation flight on August 15, 1944, which brought enough evidence for the construction of the site in the so-called Walpersberg near Kahla/Grosseutersdorf. From that moment on, the area had been declared as very important and many pictures had been taken by the British. The use of the construction site was not known yet. One assumed that it will be a rocket production site, others even thought the Atomic bomb might be developed there. Hitler wanted to change the outcome of the war in the last minute with giant war production sites like "LACHS", which was built for the production of the first jet of the world, the so-called Me 262...

- only in German

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Geheimnisvolles Thüringen

by Markus Gleichmann, Ronny Dörfer
Jung, Heinrich, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH

The authors list 73 objects which were planned to be used by the Nazis for production purposes or other reasons. Has a lot of maps and photographs, but a lot of misinterpreted information about the slate mines in South-East Thuringia.

- only in German

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Decknamenverzeichnis deutscher unterirdischer Bauten

by Hans Walter Wichert

Druck und Verlag: Druckerei Joh. Schulte

A very detailed and helpful book listing most secret underground objects of WW II together with location, code names and description.

A must for the serious WW II relict hunter.

- only in German

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Erinnerungen an Laura - die Hölle im Schieferberg

by Ryszard Kessler
Schwarm Verlag, 1977

This autobiography describes the life of a Polish prisoner during the war.  In an unbeleivable detailed manner, he tells the reader about his arrival at camp "LAURA", a secret V2 tube test plant in an underground slate mine. Strongly recommeded to read, not only if you are interested in the details of the underground war production site with the code name "Rotbutt"...

- only in German

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Geheimnisse in Thüringens Untergrund

by Thomas Mehner
Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2000

- only in German

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Hitlers Geheimobjekte in Thüringen

by Ulrich Brunzel
Jung, Heinrich, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2001, actually 15th edition

- only in German

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Inferno Jonastal

by Klaus Herber
escher Verlag, Gehren, 2001

- only in German

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Planet Dora. Als Gefangener im Schatten
der V2- Rakete.


by Yves Beon

In the second half of the year 1943, thousands of prisoners had been brought from concentration camp Buchenwald to one of the branch camps called "Dora-Mittelbau" to dig tunnels into the rocks for the production of the V2-rocket. Hunger, illness, dust, humidity and explosions tortured the prisoners so much, that 20000 of them did not survive the "Hell of Dora". Yves Béon was 18 years old when he came to Dora in March 1944. He survived 13 months of forced labor and remembers this time as "Living on a different planet". By writing this book, he wants to get rid of some of his pain...

- only in German

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Rätsel Jonastal

by Gerhard Remdt, Günter Wermusch
Jung, Heinrich, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2000

- only in German

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Riese, Das Rätsel um Hitlers Hauptquartier
in Niederschlesien


by Dariusz Garba
Jung, Heinrich, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2000

- only in German

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Banken, Banken über alles

by G. Baumann
Verlag die Wirtschaft, 1956

- only in German

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Der Traum von der deutschen Atombombe

by David Irving
Rowohlt Verlag, 1969

- only in German

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Die Geheimwaffen des Dritten Reiches

by David Irving

- only in German

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Die Führerhauptquartiere - Anlagen und Planungen im Zweiten Weltkrieg

by Dieter Zeigert, Franz W. Seidler
Herbig Verlag, 2000

- only in German

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Generation des Unbedingten

by Michael Wildt
Hamburger Edition, 2003

- only in German

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IG Farben

by Richard Sasuly
Verlag Volk und Welt GmbH, 1952

- only in German

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Eine Handvoll Konzernherren

by G. Baumann
Verlag Volk und Welt Berlin, 1953

- only in German

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Das Konzentrationslager - Außenkommando Laura

by Dorit Gropp
Westkreuz Verlag, 1999

- only in German

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Topographie des Terrors - Gestapo, SS und Reichssicherheitshauptamt auf dem Prinz-Albrecht-Gelände.

Autorenkollektiv
Verlag Arenhövel, 1987

- only in German

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Das Torpedoarsenal Mitte - TAM in Rudolstadt

by Dr. Klaus W. Müller
Selfpublishing, 2007

- only in German

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Heimatgeschichtlicher Wegweiser zu Stätten des Widerstandes und der Verfolgung 1933-1945

Autorenkollektiv
Verlag für akademische Schriften, 2003

only in German

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Das Hauptwerk von Carl Zeiss, Jena - Ursprung und Wandel

Autorenkollektiv
Verlag Ausbildung und Wissen, 1997

- only in German

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