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Uniforms of the SS - Volume 4 - Totenkopfverbände 1933-1945 - Mollo (1971)

Andrew Mollo, "Uniforms of the SS - Volume 4 - Totenkopfverbände 1933-1945"
Historical Research Unit, London | 1971 | ISBN: none | 50 pgs. | PDF | 35MB

This is the first edition of this book. It was later reprinted with a black cover with the small bit of color within the book changed to black and white.
Uniforms of the SS - Volume 5 - Sicherheitsdienst und Sicherheitspolizei 1931-1945 - Mollo (1971)

Andrew Mollo, "Uniforms of the SS - Volume 5 - Sicherheitsdienst und Sicherheitspolizei 1931-1945"
Historical Research Unit, London | 1971 | ISBN: none | 54 pgs. | PDF | 22MB


If you have the previous so-called "scan" of this book, delete it. It was missing many pages, was low quality, and did not have the (tiny bit of) color of this scan. The original printings in the 1970s of this series had color in some of the plates which was omitted in the 1990s reprintings.

As for this book itself - the Sicherheitsdienst was not very numerous and didn't have a wide variety of uniforms or insignia. It included the Einsatzgruppen whose mission was plain mass murder. The Sicherheitsdienst of the SS did have a complex organizational structure which Mollo tries to explain. The last part of the book tells of the locally raised police and security auxiliaries raised in eastern Europe.
Uniforms of the SS, Volume 6: Waffen-SS Clothing and Equipment 1939-1945

Andrew Mollo - Uniforms of the SS, Volume 6: Waffen-SS Clothing and Equipment 1939-1945
Windrow & Greene | 1992 | ISBN: 1872004679 | 141 pages | PDF | 22.54 MB

Part of a selection of titles that look at the uniforms and insignia of the SS, this book details all unifoms including: special-to-role, tropical and winter items; insignia, personal equipment; and data on uniform manufacture and procurement systems, and scale-of-issue tables.
Uniforms of the SS, Volume 5: Sicherheitscdienst und Sicherheitspolizei 1931-1945

Andrew Mollo - Uniforms of the SS, Volume 5: Sicherheitscdienst und Sicherheitspolizei 1931-1945
Windrow & Greene | 1992 | ISBN: 1872004628 | 61 pages | PDF | 8.91 MB

Part of a selection of titles that look at the uniforms and insignia of the SS, this book is a source for the complex organization and history of the SS Security Service, the Gestapo, the infamous Action Groups and local auxiliaries raised in occupied territories.
Uniforms of the SS, Volume 4: The SS-Totenkopfverbande (SS-Death's Head Units) 1933-1945

Andrew Mollo - Uniforms of the SS, Volume 4: The SS-Totenkopfverbande (SS-Death's Head Units) 1933-1945
Windrow & Greene | 1991 | ISBN: 1872004660 | 58 pages | PDF | 7.86 MB

This volume is one of a selection of titles that illustrate the history, organization, uniforms and insignia of the armed SS battalions. It covers the SS "Death's Head Units" which performed a sinister internal security role in the pre-war years. At the outbreak of the war some of these battalions were sent to the front, and later evolved into the "Death's Head Division" of the Waffen-SS. The remaining units of the expanded Death's Head organization continued to oversee internal security and concentration camps, and this role has inevitably resulted in their organization, deployment and activities being shrouded in secrecy. This book represents a factual record of the activities of this service.
Uniforms of the SS, Volume 3: SS-Verfugungstruppe (Combat Support Force: SS-VT) 1933-1939

Andrew Mollo - Uniforms of the SS, Volume 3: SS-Verfugungstruppe (Combat Support Force: SS-VT) 1933-1939
Windrow & Greene | 1991 | ISBN: 1872004512 | 106 pages | PDF | 14.94 MB

This work is one of a selection of titles that illustrate the history, organization, uniforms and insignia of the armed SS battalions. In the pre-war years the SS-Verfugungstruppe, as the only Nazi party organization trained and equipped along military lines, represented the first steps towards a "parallel" army under Nazi control. The early units and formations are covered in detail, with comprehensive descriptions, tables and illustrations of all types of uniforms, insignia, accoutrements, band items and standards. The first SS regiments - the Leibstandarte, Deutschland, Germania and Der Fuherer - would see combat in the first campaigns of the war and later evolved into the Waffen-SS, the elite organization, which became a vital fourth armed service during the years 1942-1945.
Uniforms of the SS, Volume 2: Germanische-SS (Germanic SS), 1940-1945

Hugh Page Taylor - Uniforms of the SS, Volume 2: Germanische-SS (Germanic SS), 1940-1945
Windrow & Greene | 1991 | ISBN: 1872004954 | 88 pages | PDF | 12.92 MB

Part of a selection of titles that look at the uniforms and insignia of the SS, this book is a source for the history, internal organization and uniforms of the SS-affiliated organizations raised under German Occupation in Holland, Flanders, Norway and Denmark, and the Germanische Sturmbanne raised from foreign nationals within Germany.
Uniforms of the S.S.: Allgemeine-SS, 1923-45 v. 1 (Uniforms of the SS)

Uniforms of the S.S.: Allgemeine-SS, 1923-45 v. 1 (Uniforms of the SS)
Publisher: The Crowood Press Ltd; New ed of 2 Revised ed edition | ISBN: 1872004903| edition 1999 | PDF | 80 pages | 9.86 mb

Part of a selection of titles that look at the uniforms and insignia of the SS, this book covers: the earliest history of the Schutz Stafflen; the development of the traditional uniform, black and field grey service and various ancillary uniforms; insignia of rank and organization; and cuff titles, daggers, band items and standards.
Types & uniformes de l'Armee rouge vus a Berlin en 1945 / Uniforms of the Red Army in Berlin in 1945 (Repost)

G. A. Chresteil - Types & uniformes de l'Armee rouge vus a Berlin en 1945 / Uniforms of the Red Army in Berlin in 1945
Editions du Panache | 1946 | ISBN: N/A | French / English | 30 pages | PDF | 34.36 MB

U.S. Army Uniforms of the Cold War 1948-1973 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Nov. 24, 2016
U.S. Army Uniforms of the Cold War 1948-1973 (Repost)

Shelby L. Stanton - U.S. Army Uniforms of the Cold War 1948-1973
Stackpole Books | 1994 | ISBN: 0811718212 | English | 282 Pages | PDF | 416.9 MB