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06.08.2018 Errata for the "Landstreitkräfte" volumes (2–14) of the Tessin books have been updated.
09.07.2018 I apologize for not responding to your correspondence lately. I have been in Holland for some four months and have been distracted by completely different, non-historical matters. In any event, I have not been anywhere near my sources at home here in Germany.
09.05.2018 The completly mobilized Czechoslovakian Army order of battle for 30.09.1938 has been uploaded.
It replaces the partially mobilized order of battle of 27.09.1938, and depicts the order of battle on the day of the signing of the Munich Pact.
Happy New Year
06.06.2017 Started United States Marine Corps detailed organizations.
Thanks to Gary Kennedy and John Sayen.
03.04.2017 The Royal Yogoslav Armed Forces for 6 April 1941 have been revised.
The order of battle now includes most commanders and headquarters for Army, Navy, and Air Force, with Gaj Trifkovič providing translating assistance.
The infantry division is almost complete, thanks to the efforts of Aleksandar Pantelič, with translations by Radovan Nesic.
03.03.2017 The Finnish Orders of Battle for:
    1 May 1941 — Peace-Time Organization —
    29 June 1941 — start of the Continuation War
have been revised and uploaded. Enjoy.
Thanks to the fine efforts of Janne Kemppi.
02.03.2017 The Soviet Navy for 22 June 1941 has been revised and the Black Sea Fleet and Pacific Fleet have finally been added.
Thanks to once again Marek Suplat.
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