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The Complete Knight's Cross

The Years of Victory 1939-1941

Kevin Brazier

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Fonthill Media
20 August 2020
Biography: historical, political & military; Uniforms & insignia; Memorials & rolls of honour
The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, to give it its full name, owes its origins to the 'Pour le Merite' (Blue Max), an imperial award dating back to 1740. The Complete Knight's Cross volumes tell the story of all 7,364 men who were granted the award (including all the disputed awards). The three volumes have over 200 photos of holders of the medal and over 100 photos of their graves. Volume One deals with 1939-41 (numbers 1-1267) and is subtitled 'The Years of Victory'. Volume Two deals with 1942-43 (numbers 1268-3685) and is subtitled 'The Years of Stalemate'. Volume Three deals with 1944-45 (numbers 3686-7364) and is subtitled 'The Years of Defeat'. The recipients are listed in the order of the date of award. Each entry starts with the recipient's rank and name, followed by details of the action or actions for which they were granted the award. Other interesting facts and stories are also included for many of the awards. Burial locations, where known, are also given. Any higher awards (Oak Leaves, Swords, Diamonds and the ultimate Golden award) are also covered.
By:   Kevin Brazier
Imprint:   Fonthill Media
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   One
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 32mm
Weight:   690g
ISBN:   9781781557815
ISBN 10:   1781557810
Series:   The Complete Knight's Cross
Pages:   356
Publication Date:   20 August 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Kevin Brazier was born dyslexic and has fought this all his life by intensive reading and had his first book published at the age of 50. He is a keen student of military history and has given talks for The National Army Museum, the Metropolitan and Hertfordshire Police, The Royal British Legion, other small military clubs, societies, schools and charity organisations. He lives in Walthamstow, London.

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