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Wehrmacht unit displaying its new snow camouflage uniform.

 

 

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Book: Nach Frankreich hinein! Into France, Advance! (Item WEHR 8-2)

DESCRIPTION: This is a large-format, soft-cover book measuring 11 x 14 inches that traces historically the invasion of France in 1940. It was published by the propaganda Kompanie (company) of the Wehrmacht. It contains ninety-six photo-packed pages with some great full-color art plates and photographic studies. For the student or admirer of the Germany Army this rare book is one of the very best-dramatic and great! We wish we could show you all the pictures, but this is impossible so we have chosen a few, but almost every picture in this book is priceless in its message about the courage and tenacity of the German soldier and his officers. We are going to repeat, this book is extremely rare! and the price is low considering this.

PRICE: $175.00

 

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Working Model of an MP-38 (Item WEHR 8-3)

DESCRIPTION: This is a working model in every sense of the word except for the fact that it does not fire. This is a unique piece as far as we know. The collector who has consigned it says it was handmade on special German tools in a Munich machine shop. It was made to exact reduced plans for a Schmeisser machine pistol. As concerns guns and model guns this is the ultimate. Every single part is exactly like the full-sized gun. Every screw, every part, is incredibly precision milled and hand finished. Every thing that would move on the real gun moves on this miniature. The stock folds. the bolt goes back, a tiny cartridge loads and ejects. The clip removes. The trigger when pulled slams the bolt forward. This is almost unbelievable in its accuracy and overall looks and performance. It is a little gem! Nothing ever made to imitate this the most Germanic WW II weapon has ever come close to the absolute excellence of this phenomenal duplicate of the MP-38. History: The MP-38 was the first submachine gun developed by the German army since the MP-181 of World War One. Although the design has been credited to Schmeisser in many publications, it was probably designed by Erma. The first production was carried out at their plant. The MP-38 was made from 1938 to 1940 at the Erma Plant. The plastic receiver housing and aluminum frame and folding steel stock of the weapon were unique and the design of the gun had considerable influence on later submachine guns. The receiver of the MP-38 is made of steel tubing. The later MP-40 had a few variations and was popular with SS troops and was made in much larger quantities than the MP-38. Over one million MP-40's were made from 1940 to 1944. The model you see pictured here was not manufactured in millions. In fact, it is probably one of 3 or 4 at best. If Germanic precision and workmanship is your cup of tea (or schnapps) then here is something that will be admired even more than if you had the real thing.

PRICE: $3,800.00

Special sale reduced to $2,500.00

 

 

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