OK Geo, I´ll try when I`ve finished the last chapter. But it´ll take quite a lot of effort.
Very thorough and comprehensive - but still leaves some questions unanswered. Too many printers´ errors. Each chapter is followed by a short but satisfactory English language summary. The book is well worth the price (59€) - those who are seriously interested in the subject have no alternative that I know of. I´m sure that future editions could well achieve the quality of Goertz´P08 classic.
We should all be very grateful to Heinrich Harder for undertaking such a complicated task, not to mention the expense, to put out for collectors such a compendium on the Reichsrevolver. There is precious little out there now, especially with some English! Of course mistakes occur, but Heinrich should be applauded for his effort and we should all look forward to updated editions. Let's buy all he has to reward his labors.
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