Heimdal

Heimdal

Heimdal Publishing was founded by Georges Bernage in 1975 and has an impressive catalogue of books specialising on World War II and the Middle Ages. Known worldwide for highly illustrated books and magazines, Heimdal Publishing works with a range of contributors – from expert university researchers to passionate enthusiasts. 

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  • La Waffen-SS

    • A complete reference work for the Waffen-SS.
    • Provides a rigorous examination of the history, uniforms and equipment of this million strong unit.

    This book traces the history, organization, uniforms and equipment between 1939 and 1945 of the Waffen SS. This elite force counted nearly a million volunteers from all European countries. Enjoying the full support of the Nazi regime, Waffen SS will fight on all fronts in Europe between 1939 and 1945.
    The variety of uniforms presented show how the German stewardship reserved, especially from 1941, the most modern equipment"th... Learn More

    Starting at: £73.00

  • Les vikings

    This title, a perfect guide to the Viking age, offers an exhaustive survey of the archaeology and history of medieval Scandinavia during the eighth and ninth centuries. The author begins his historical tour at the twilight of the Iron Age in Germany as the foundations of Viking society can be found there. Rather than concentrating on the warrior aspects, he looks at differences within Scandinavian societies such as the art of war, the expansion of Scandinavia, writing, religion and how these societies functioned. These differences are demonstrated through objects from the Scandinavian... Learn More

    Starting at: £31.00

  • Radios Alliées T2

    "On 6 June 1944, on the beaches, as well as inland, with very few exceptions, all orders and reports for all the fighting arms were transmitted by electric radios.”

    Until now, no encyclopaedia has ever presented so much transmission equipment to such a large number of readers. Although not exhaustive, Les Radios alliées, 1940-1945's two volumes invite you to delve into a world that many collectors of WWII military memorabilia don't even suspect exists.

    Radio is a world that has yet to be discovered, a world where it is still possible to find a genuin... Learn More

    Starting at: £125.00

  • The Medieval Costume

    • A detailed, precise and modern work on medieval dress.
    • Devotes its chapters to the study of 13th century jewels and the attire of men and women.
    • A highly useful reference work for any medieval reenactor.

    Finally, a detailed, precise, modern work on medieval dress of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries (1320-1480). Taking cues from the works of Viollet-le-Duc and Adrien Harmand, the first part is devoted to jewels and accessories, the second to male dress, and the third to female dress. Rich, color photographs with multiple reenactors allow a true understanding... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

  • Korvettenkapitän Kentrat

    Sourced from several global archives, this book presents the life and achievements of the great sailor Korvettenkapitän Kentrat with more than 500 photographs and documents. Born in 1906 in the Moselle, he joined the Reichsmarine in October 1925 as a simple sailor and was rapidly promoted to officer. The text explores the entirety of Kentrat's career in the German navy: his two-year stint on the Emden, the Hessen, during the Spanish Civil War, on the Deutschland (attacked by the Soviets), the Schlesien.
    In 1939, he joined the U-boats on U-25, commanded U-8 from May 1940 onward... Learn More

    Starting at: £84.00

  • Mirage 2000

    • A thorough examination of the legendary Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft.
    • Explores the operational history of the plane in France, as well as the UAE, India and Greece.

    As a direct successor to the famous Mirage III, the Mirage 2000 had been the backbone of the Air Force for more than a quarter of a century, even if it has now found its successor in another device produced by Dassault, the Rafale. The authors, undisputed specialists of contemporary aircraft and aircraft manufactured by the national aircraft manufacturer, are carrying out the revised synthesis of several years... Learn More

    Starting at: £53.00

  • Radios Alliées 1940-1945 - Tome 1

    • A invaluable reference work to WW2 era transmission technology.

    "On 6 June 1944, on the beaches, as well as inland, with very few exceptions, all orders and reports for all the fighting arms were transmitted by electric radios."

    Until now, no encyclopaedia has ever presented so much transmission equipment to such a large number of readers. Although not exhaustive, Les Radios alliées, 1940-1945's two volumes invite you to delve into a world that many collectors of WWII military memorabilia don't even suspect exists.

    Radio is a world that has yet... Learn More

    Starting at: £125.50

  • Sur les Traces de l'Armée Allemande

    The aim of this book is to reconstruct at least in part the image of the German troops present in the Grenoble region in 1940 at the end of the campaign for France, but above all in 1943/44 following the Italian capitulation and during the operations against the Maquis forces in the Vercors region, until the end of summer 1944. It concerns mainly the land troops (Heer), especially the Gebirgsjäger, the air force troops (Luftwaffe mainly paratroopers and bomber aviation), but also the Police (Ordnungspolizei) and incidentally the customs. Although the actions and the heinous crimes these... Learn More

    Starting at: £50.00

  • Leibstandarte Tome 1

    Starting with the basic core of 117 men who made up the Stabswache in 1933, the Leibstandarte, Hitler's personal bodyguard, became an elite motorised unit, then a brigade then a division. It distinguished itself in Poland, in the West and obtained its first military notoriety in the Balkans where Kurt Meyer distinguished himself in particular. Then it was the fighting on the Eastern Front, at the forefront of the victories. Then after 1943, it continued to distinguish itself in the big battles, at Kharkov and at Kursk. It then disarmed the Italian Army, fought in Normandy, in the... Learn More

    Starting at: £95.00

  • Leibstandarte Tome 2

    Starting with the basic core of 117 men who made up the Stabswache in 1933, the Leibstandarte, Hitler's personal bodyguard, became an elite motorised unit, then a brigade then a division. It distinguished itself in Poland, in the West and obtained its first military notoriety in the Balkans where Kurt Meyer distinguished himself in particular. Then it was the fighting on the Eastern Front, at the forefront of the victories. Then after 1943, it continued to distinguish itself in the big battles, at Kharkov and at Kursk. It then disarmed the Italian Army, fought in Normandy, in the... Learn More

    Starting at: £95.00

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