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Hitler's Gauls: The History of the 33rd Waffen-Grenadier Division: Der SS (Franzosische NR 1) Charlemagne (Anglais) Broché – 20 novembre 2009

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great history of the French SS 9 août 2013
Par W. Ogden - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This work is a good history of the French volunteers who fought in the Nazi Waffen SS. It discusses the reasons why Frenchmen joined the Nazi crusade against Bolsehevism and the political atmosphere in France which led them to do so. The book contains a good index which covers all the leading actors and the major battle actions of the French SS. It also has some 16 pages of photographs of French SS members. The process by which the legion of French Volunteers Against Bolshevism became the 33rd Waffen SS division Charlemagne is well covered. It is one of a series of four titles, by Jonathan Trigg which cast light on this aspect of World War 2. In addition to Hitlers' Gauls, they are: Hitlers' Flemish Lions, Hitlers' Vikings, and Hitlers' Jihadis. Even today, Europeans are not anxious to admit the fact that every country in Europe contributed volunteers to the Waffen SS. Ifound this work to be an easy read which shed light on a neglected facet of World War 2.
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 A short story made shorter 14 octobre 2010
Par BLT - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is pretty short compared to others pertaining to the Charlemagne divison. Somewhat of a summary, thus incomplete.

The context of a country in total disarray, divided, confused, embittered, and the reasons why Frenchmen volunteered is very well explained. It is a credit to the author.

On the other side, several flaws have come up to justify its 3 stars rating.

For one, several names have been mispelled which is inexcusable for anyone pretending to be a historian. Joseph Darnard instead of Darnand is one example. French geographic locations have also been clipped here and there. One letter can change everything, a location, and Mr Smith can become Mr Smit or Smyth, or ....

To brand the 18th SS Pz Gren Div "Horst Wessel" as: _ "an excellent division of 1st rate fighting quality" is a crass error. Just like making a confusion between the names of the 9th and 10th ss-Pz divisions (twice)shows poor knowledge.

To describe the troops of the Red Army as "hordes of advancing Soviets" is an all-too common calling used by the nazis, past and present.

I strongly disagree with the comment "Many b & w photos". There are just a few, which is normal for a book this size. Alas the quality is found wanting, most are blurred. I've seen them in other publications with a much better definition. What a pity !
The author states that the famed French SS officer Fenet is appearing on a photo depicting an MG 42 position. This is a bold statement, never once purported by 33rd waffen-ss div veterans nor the numerous historians and writers that have worked on this division who've seen it. The fact that the machine-gunner wears glasses is just not enough. Moreover what would a young officer be doing in a fox hole with an MG ?

Still today I cannot fathom why such a good picture such as the one of a french MG team featuring in F. Myrvang's "MG 34 -MG 42" excellent book, has never been displayed in a w-ss foreign vonlunteers' publication. The fact that this superb shot plucked out from the Norwegian armed forces museum has never been seen before is beyond me.

I would personally recommend R. Forbes "For Europe, the French volunteers of the w-ss".

If you read French, look (for what they're worth) also for:

* "Combats pour l'honneur, Bataillon d'assaut Charlemagne, 24 avril - 2 mai 1945" by J. Malardier
* "Les derniers grognards" by J. Auvray (éditions Irminsul)
* "Les hérétiques" by St. Loup
* "Pour la croix de fer " by Gilbert Gilles vol.1
* "L'ultime assaut" by Gilbert Gilles vol. 2
* "Le prix d'un serment" by Pierre Rostaing
* "Le rêveur casqué" by Christian de la Mazière
* "Volontaires français sous l'uniforme allemand" by P. Giolitto

And to a lesser extent, in English: * "French volunteers of the W-SS" by R. Landwehr
Although the author is well-know for being a devout IIIrd reich apologist to say the least.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Mediocre knock off 17 octobre 2006
Par Hang Ta Kong - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I looked a few pages of this book and is astonished to find how many mistakes and imprecisions I find. For instance :

- Oberjunker Protopopoff is depicted as a former white russian. I hardly understand hwo he managed to fight the soviets in the early 20's as he died in 1945 at nearly 23.

- There's a picture of a man with glasses and a machine gun. The author says it has to be Henri Fenet. Well, then anyone in this army with glasses must be called Henri Fenet.

- The leader of the french milice is called Joseph Darnard instead of Darnand.

Obviously many lines are taken from a very good book called "For Europe : The French Volunteers of the Waffen-SS" by Robert Forbes, a more complete book with much more crossed information. Get this book instead.
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