Strength, Organization, Orders of Battle, Weapons, Equipment of WW2 Armies.
A description of the strength, organization, orders of battle, weapons and equipment of the armies and armed forces of the involved nations for different periods of WW2.
Uniforms of the U.S. Army and Marine Corps in World War II. Uniforms and insignia in Northwest-Europe 1944-45, in the
Creation and Campaigns of the 12th
. Designations, commanders, insignia, organization, in Normandy 1944, Battle of
Strength and organization of the British army in Italy from 1943 to 1945. Orders of Battle (September 1943, May 1944
Strength and organization of the British army in North-West Europe 1944 to 1945. Homeland defense 1940-43, preparations for the return
German Orders of Battle on 16 September 1944 at the time of the allied airborne operation 'Market-Garden' around Arnhem. The
The US forces in the Pacific War. The
and the US Marine Corps in the Pacific from December
Creation and Campaigns of the 9th SS-Panzer-Division Hohenstaufen. Designations, commanders, formation in 1943, first action Russia in spring 1944 and
German Orders of Battle on 26 November 1944 after the German withdrawal from the Southeast
following the coup d'état
Campaigns of the 9th SS-Panzer Division Hohenstaufen (Part II). From Arnhem, in the Ardennes and to Hungary to the end
The British Army in Southeast Asia 1941 to 1945. Organization, divisions, Orders of Battle 1941/1942 and 1945, uniforms. The British
Orders of Battle of the
from 10 January 1945: strength and aircraft of the Luftflotten for the last phase
Myths about the Waffen-SS (Part I). Disproportionately high losses, poorer leadership and better and more equipment and weapons in the
Myths about the Waffen-SS (Part II). Crimes of the Waffen-SS: Einsatzgruppen (special task forces), concentration camp guards and war crimes.
The Australian army in North Africa and the Pacific during the Second World War. Organization, strength, divisions and uniforms in
Battalions of the German Army in the Second World War 1943 to 1945. Since the first Tiger
German Orders of Battle from March 1, 1945 before the Allies crossed the Rhine. Army Groups, Armies, Corps and Divisions.
The final battles in the East and the last German Orders of Battle from April 30, 1945. Army groups, armies,
German Orders of Battle from 3 September 1941 and the
after the successful start of Operation Barbarossa from
The uniforms of the Germany Army in
World War One
from 1914 to 1918. Uniforms of the
On 1 September 1939 the armed forces of Nazi Germany began WW2 by invading Poland. With the notable exception of the German Adolf Hitler at a military parade for the reintroduction of the military service. Wehrmacht, the organization and many weapons of the armed forces which fought the early campaigns was dominated by the memories of World War I and this was also the case in the design of uniforms. Not before the end of WW2, organization, uniform, equipment and weapons had often acquired a very modern look, as we knew it until today.