Der Adler magazine

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  1. Marcus Wendel

    Marcus Wendel New Member

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    I have received scanned issues of the "Der Adler" magazine over the years and I've now added them to the site: Der Adler magazine - Axis History
    I hope they will be of intrest.

    /Marcus
     
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    Just curious why yours are marked private when there are dozens of those magazines available for download on scribd.com

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    It is the first time that I am using Scribd so perhaps I did not choose the optimal settings, the important thing is that the magazines are available to the visitors.

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    Thanks...I wish I could read German.

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    #5 Timppa, Apr 6, 2013
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    Military situation at the end of 1941 (screenshot from 12/41 magazine):
    Interesting to note that the map subtly acknowledges that Finland refused to sign the Tripartite (or Axis) pact because Finland saw its war as a "separate war" from the Second World War, and it saw its objectives as different from those of Nazi Germany. Finland also wanted to maintain diplomatic relations with the Allied Powers, the United States in particular.
     

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    I have a hardback book that reprints about 8 to 10 english language issues that made it to America before Germany declared war on the U.S. What's interesting is that even though Germany was fully engaged in all out warfare, you still see a large variety of consumer goods being offered in advertisements.
     
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    After 1942 things were getting scarce
     
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    Thanks for posting the magazines! I've looked through 2 or 3 and will get to more as I can.
     
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    I'm glad they are of interest.

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