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Translated German Weapons Manuals

I also have one American manual about the German Army. Foreign orders are welcome – contact me for a quote for the extra postage cost. Personal or business checks, money orders, credit cards, and Paypal are accepted for U.

For Paypal, send payment germman me at: Credit card information can be emailed to me. If np40 want several manuals, a discount on postage may be available depending on weight over 13 ounces. Contact me before paying so I can weigh your order to see if it qualifies for a postage discount. Or, if you send too much money by check or Paypal, I’ll refund geman discount with your manual or to your Paypal account.

Any business has to make a profit to stay in business, but fair is mpp40. Please use these words when ordering to avoid confusion about which manual you would like. Coming by the end of Decembber. NEW Sniper Manual – This is finished – details soon. This is the first manual I’ve seen which goes into extreme detail about exactly how to shoot the German 98k Service Rifle. How to pull the trigger, how mmanual sight the target, how to train to shoot with one eye closed, dimensions for gemran See the table of contents pages to see everything in this manual.

Please reference “Rifle Training” on your order. The original series of manuals for the world’s first combat jet was 10 manuals that I know of, but maybe more.

Each was small like this one, and covered specific information. This volume is very interesting, but only 27 pages with 8 fold-out diagrams in the back. See the table of contents picture below.

Please reference “ME” on your order. This has about 20 pages on how to train the new recruits for anti-tank and communciations units. It explains how they are selected for their jobs, how they are cross trained, and what they are to be taught for the 12 weeks of their training.

See the table of contents and sample pages to understand exactly what this manual is about. Please reference “Quick Troops – Anti-tank” on your order. The German Red Cross taught this course, and this is their class book. The original manual had a section for treatment of gas and chemical warfare injuries. Due to lack of interest, this section has been omitted from this translation.

Please reference “Red Cross First Aid” on your order. T 34 – Enemy Tank Part 1: How to defend from and attack the T34 Russian Tank. The Germans used a slide projector and slides to educate their troops on a variety of subjects. This manual would accompany the slide presentation, or could be borrowed separately from the military library for self-review.

This well-illustrated manual has 43 pages of pictures and explanations to teach the troops how to identify the T 34, exactly what the weaknesses and strengths of the T34 were, and how to attack it.

Other manuals in the series were for the U. Anyone with a source is welcome to contact me at John GermanManuals. This manual covers models 30, 60, and of the German reusable shaped charge launcher. Please manuxl “Panzerfaust” on your order. See the Contents page below. How to cut steps in ice, how to climb with and without ropes, cross glaciers, protect your housing from avalanches, and stay out of danger.


This has what a mountain troop needs to know about climbing, roping together, descending with and without ropes, and a lot of small details too numerous to list. This manual gives an insight into how difficult being a moutain troop was, and how tough those guys had to be. Please reference “Mountain Troops” on your order.

Sections in this small manual include the individual parts, preparing the switchboard for operation, operation, testing, repair, connection to the postal network, hooking up, and notes for use. Please reference “Switchboard” on your order. This manual has the details about the operation and care of the German field telephone that’s in the brown bakelite case with the crank on the side. Operation, wiring schematics, how it works mechanically and electrically, troubleshooting, testing and repairs are all here.

The other small manual I have for the field telephone gives the basics; this gives the details. Please reference “Field Telephone 33” on your order. Kriegsgefangene – Prisoners of War. This booklet starts with details about how the Alliance Manjal, Belgium, and England in WWI turned the German prisoners of war into a propaganda tool, took advantage of them and the German government, and used their own POWs in German camps as instruments for sowing dissention in the German fatherland.

Eventually it gets around to explaining the proper technique and methods used for German Gerjan to escape, but the main focus of this manual is to incite the German population at the start of WWII into hatred and wariness of foreign prisoners and educate them about the damage that has been done to Germany in both world wars. Interesting reading, but this is not a manual simply about how the Germans were supposed to behave in captivity. Details include French statements about how the French POWs are to burn, destroy, and escape mnual possible, and how the German POWs gave manufacturing secrets to the enemy while working for them.

It includes several illustrations of contraband sent to POW camps in Germany. Please reference “Prisoners of War” on your order.

Please reference “Tank Defense” on your order. See the table of contents. This manual gives a broad overview of the German Wehrmacht and is surprisingly thorough, with many illustrations. I recommend it for those with both US and German interests.

I didn’t have germab translate this manual, so it is priced accordingly and still includes US postage. All text, no illustrations. Please reference “Combat Doctrine” on your order. If you have the bike or just want one, this is for you. Please reference “Troop Bicycle” on your order. Like it says in the title, this manual is 48 pages of lessons for the instructors and recruits for basic infantry instruction of how to properly run combat training at the battalion level, with smaller sized units below that included.

The easiest way to see what is ferman the manual is to read a few pages of it. Click on the Pages link below to read one of the lessons. Please reference “Combat Intruction” on your order. This dated manual is a collection mnual scenarios with one or two lessons to be learned in each situation. It was specifically written to be used by the gefreiter and unteroffizier to train the recruits in the basics of combat situational behavior.


See the sample pages – this manual is page of setups, scenarios, and analyses of enemy and recruits actions and reactions. Very few diagrams, lots of text, which explains commands and behavior, and reasoning for the behavior. I have also included a table of 33 German to English translated terms used in the manual not in the original. Each term is numbered in the text. My friends who reenact will appreciate that.

Please reference “Small Situations” on your order. This is a manual for the German pioniers, which equates to the enginneers of the US Army. Five main sections are in this manual, camouflage, crossing rivers, explosives, barricades, and water transportation. There is so much information in this manual, it is best if you see the Table of Contents in the linked pictures below.

Please reference “Pionier Fibel” on your order. Fromabout pages, with a wide gerjan of information that the German NCO was expected to know about uniforms, ranks, salutes, and weapons, so that he could teach it to the recruits. This is not a manual for what the unteroffizier should do in combat to command his subordinates. It is a manual about the NCOs teaching the recruits, how they are to be taught, and what they need to learn. It does contain details about the operation of the MG34, 98k, light mortar, MP40, P38, Luger, and gas mask, but the bulk of the manual is about living the recruit life, and learning how to handle barracks life, guard duty, getting along with everyone, and proper military behavior.

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There is an emphasis placed on uniforms, shouldboards, and insignia, and recognition of it, as well as medals, such berman where on the uniform and when they’re worn. This is not about anything related to combat training, other than the weapons information that every unteroffizer needs to know. In some places, the manual gives a list of what is to be taught, but doesn’t actually say specifically what is to be said about the subject.

The instructor would already know the details and limitations of the listed behavior, and so many subjects are given, but not all the details about each subject. Details germn ARE given, just not always. Read the sample pages below to get a feel for the writing style of the book. Please reference “Unteroffizier Subjects” on your order. A 64 page, very well illustrated manual for camouflage of the men and equipment in combat, bivouac, on the march, etc.

Includes making decoy installations, camouflaging men and vehicles from ground and air observation, town combat, and making artificial camouflage. A very informative manua l. Please reference “Camouflage, Small” on your order.

This manual has nothing to do with blowing up bridges, how to make barricades it does explain where they were to be placedor in depth ger,an about the actual tasks of the pioneers, other than to explain terman command structure for the use of the pioneers, when they are used, how manuxl march, attack, defend, and support locations, with how they prepared for their manaul and were sent into action through the command structure.

It does somewhat explain what the tasks of the pioneers were, including their functions on roads and in combat and their duties in helping the infantry prepare for combat.