Anti-Tank Weapons (WW2 Fact Files) by Peter Chamberlain

By Peter Chamberlain

From the experimental ordinance of WWI to the high-tech armaments of current, this illustrated background tells the tale of anti-tank weaponry with assistance from archival and smooth images and line drawings.

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70 Spectators in the expensive cafés on both sides of Unter den Linden shouted “hurrah” and waved their hats as the paraders passed by. Upon reaching the empty palace (the Kaiser was on his ship on the Baltic sea) the paraders paused. They sang more patriotic songs and listened to each other’s speeches. Then they returned back down Unter den Linden, marching through the Brandenburg Gate to the statue of Bismarck in front of the Reichstag. 71 At Bismarck’s statue there were more speeches and more songs.

546 (Morgen), p. 1. There is a brief discussion of these crowds in Eksteins, Rites of Spring, pp. 56–57. ” BAL, 92 Sachthematische Sammlung, no. 266, p. 2. However, as most observers did not describe the social composition of the curious crowds, I have been unable to corroborate Falck’s observation. Theodor Wolff, Der Krieg des Pontius Pilatus (Zurich, 1934), p. 328. Similarly, “Die erste Entscheidung,” Tägliche Rundschau, 26 July 1914, no. 345, p. 1. “Die Berliner Demonstration,” Volksblatt für Hessen und Waldeck, 27 July 1914, no.

The New Cultural History (Berkeley, 1989); Fentress and Wickham, Social Memory; and Behrenbeck, Der Kult um die toten Helden. ), The Invention of Tradition (Cambridge, 1986), p. 277. ), Öffentliche Festkultur. Politische Feste in Deutschland von der Aufklärung bis zum Ersten Weltkrieg (Reinbek, 1988); George Mosse, The Nationalization of the Masses; Political Symbolism and Mass Movements in Germany from the Napoleonic Wars through the Third Reich (New York, 1975). ), Öffentliche Festkultur, pp.

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