Kommando: German Special Forces of World War Two

Kommando: German Special Forces of World War Two

James Sidney Lucas / Nov 14, 2019

Kommando German Special Forces of World War Two Without these secret agents paving the way Germany would have found it far difficult to invade Czechoslovakia and Poland Kommando details the stunning achievement of Nazi operatives in naval warfare

  • Title: Kommando: German Special Forces of World War Two
  • Author: James Sidney Lucas
  • ISBN: 9780312459406
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Without these secret agents paving the way, Germany would have found it far difficult to invade Czechoslovakia and Poland Kommando details the stunning achievement of Nazi operatives in naval warfare, including suicide pilots, human torpedoes, and the young people of the Werewolf, trained in partisan warfare.

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    885 Comments

    1. I read this years ago as part of my professional reading in Special Forces. Well-researched, well-written. It also shows though, the willingness of German Special Forces in WWII to break the "rules" of warfare in pursuit of their objectives; especially donning the uniforms of opposing forces. This is applicable today when we consider "Green on Blue" attacks in Afghanistan.Warfare is focusing more and more on small units and irregular warfare. It's worth studying how these units in World War II c [...]


    2. For a 1985 book, it is a brilliant overview of Third Reich Special Forces. While today it would be overshadowed by more referenced books, it is light enough to allow for easy reading.A great book for those with little time to spare.


    3. Lucas presents a strong survey of the special forces across all three arms of the German war effort during 1939-1945, though the most focus is placed on the Brandenburger units of the Wehrmacht. Certain sections are perhaps more dynamic such as the account of the staged assault on the border radio transmitter immediately prior to the invasion of Poland, and the attacks made by special force Paras on Fort Eben-Emael and Tito's field HQ. However there is solid historical and technical information [...]


    4. A nice review of the German special forces of the World War 2. I enjoyed very much and I learned a lot of things about the Special Forces that I was not aware they use and practice.


    5. Impeccably researched, as are all of Lucas' books. Provides a very readable account of many lesser known incidents of WWII.


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