Campaign in Poland 1939 is a previously classified analysis by U.S. military strategists at the Department of Military Art and Engineering, United States Military Academy, into the German invasion of Poland in September 1939. Included are maps showing the troop movements and engagements over the course of the four week conflict that ended in a conquered Poland. To purchase your paperback or Kindle ebook, please click here Amazon

 

 

The German Fifth Column in Poland by the Polish Ministry of Information exposes the treachery of the German population living inside Polish borders but lending clandestine assistance in September 1939 to the invading German Army. To purchase your paperback or Kindle ebook, please click here Amazon

 

 

German Occupation of Poland was published by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the first years of the war. It exposed for the first time to the world community the dire conditions in Nazi-occupied Poland—the summary executions of civilians, eviction of Poles from their homes, the closing of schools, synagogues, universities and the forced relocation of Jews into ghettoes. To purchase paperback please click here Amazon  For Kindle ebook Amazon

 

 

Written the year before its Sudetenland was annexed by Nazi Germany, this book captures the ethnic rivalries and regional alliances of Czechoslovakia in 1937, especially among the Czechs, Slovaks, Moravians and Ruthenians. It comes with two maps: one outlines the locations of major ethnic groups within Czechoslovakia and along her borders; and the other illustrates the Czecho-Bolshevik Corridor in 1936. “Should Great Britain Go to War—for Czechoslovakia” was published by the Slovak Council in Great Britain in 1937. For Kindle ebook please click here Amazon

 

The Mass Extermination of Jews in German Occupied Poland was written by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs as an appeal to the world community to save Polish Jews from the Nazis. Unfortunately, it did not help. To purchase paperback or Kindle ebook, please click here Amazon

 

 

Trying to Stop a War in 1939 is a compendium of communications exchanged between the political and diplomatic representatives of Great Britain, Poland, Germany and Russia in the year leading up to the German invasion of Poland in September 1939. Originally published by the British Foreign Office as a testament to its extraordinary diplomatic efforts to rein in Hitler’s territorial ambitions, this voluminous collection of speeches, communiqués, cables, letters, messages and notes has been faithfully reproduced verbatim. Only explanatory headings have been added to help the reader easily find the pertinent individuals or subject matters of interest. Click here for paperback or Kindle ebook  Amazon