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Hitler's bandit hunters : the SS and the Nazi occupation of Europe

Author: Philip W Blood
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Potomac Books, ©2006.
Series: AUSA Institute of Land Warfare book.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"In August 1942, Hitler directed all German state institutions to assist Heinrich Himmler, the chief of the SS and the German police, in eradicating armed resistance in the newly occupied territories of Eastern Europe and Russia. The directive for "combating banditry" (Bandenbekampfung) became the third component of the Nazi regime's three-part strategy for German national security, with genocide (Endlosung der  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip W Blood
ISBN: 9781597970211 1597970212
OCLC Number: 62290579
Description: xxii, 401 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Security warfare --
The new order --
Hitler's Bandenbekämpfung directive --
Bandenbekämpfung operational concept --
Die Bandenkampfverbände --
Das Bandenkampfgebiet --
Die Bandenunternehmungen --
Poland --
Western Europe --
Deniability --
Appendix 1 : Glossary of Bandenbekämpfung and related terminology --
Appendix 2 : German rank structures --
Appendix 3 : The perpertrators --
Appendix 4 : The mixed fortunes of former Bandenkampfverbände in 1965.
Series Title: AUSA Institute of Land Warfare book.
Responsibility: Philip W. Blood.
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Explains how German forces embraced the Bandenbekampfung doctrine, demonstrating the equal culpability of both the SS police forces and the "heroic" Waffen-SS combat arm and shattering the contrived  Read more...

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