It's often said that history is written by the victors, especially the history of the 20th century.
We, however, bring the unique testimonies of vanquished armies to a global readership through our publications. These are voices which are seldom heard, even today.
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We are currently translating a series of absolutely fascinating interviews conducted by Dieter Eckhertz in the 1950s, in which he discussed with Wehrmacht veterans their motivations and thought processes during key events of the war, ranging from Poland and France to the Battle of Britain, the collapse in the east, Normandy, the Ardennes and the Allied firestorm bombings of German cities.
These remarkable interviews lay bare the scale of the delusions under which the Germans fought the war - but also reveal the complex web of specifically personal grievances, hopes and loyalties which drove each individual on.
Anyone who was absorbed by the Dieter Eckhertz interviews in 'D Day - Through German Eyes' will surely find these new transcripts equally interesting.
'World War 2 - Through German Eyes' will be published in 2016.
Now available on Amazon is our translation of Wolfgang Faust's shocking account of his breakout from the Halbe Pocket in April 1945, entitled 'The Last Panther.'
It's a phenomenal memoir of panzer warfare, the collapse of the Third Reich and the appalling suffering of civilians and troops on all sides, as World War 2 drew to an apocalyptic conclusion in the fields of Germany.