I saw this when it was published last years but didn't want to pay full price - 'Deutsche Soldaten - Uniforms, Equipment & Personal Items Of The German Soldier 1939-1945' by Agustin Saiz ( Casemate, ISBN 978-1-932033-96-0 ). This is a hefty book, running to 311 A4 glossy pages filled with colour photos, close-ups and descriptions of Wehrmacht equipment. This isn't one for colelctors of awards, but if you're into the minutiae of what the German soldier wore and carried, this will be of considerable interest. Everything is here, from the MP44 and MG42 to the Feldfernsprecher 33, from rifle grenades to cigarette papers. I like the fact that photos of re-enactors aren't used (as with Histoire & Collections publications, for instance ). It's a personal prejudice of mine, but re-enactors just don't look '1940s' to me. Instead, colour photos of the equipment are used in every case, with plenty of contemporary colour and monochrome pics. In substance, it's a bit like Cyrus Lee's old 'Soldat' booklets ( which actually get a name-check in the bibliography ). A comprehensive, one-volume book which will enable me to identify those small things lying in the fields at Falaise or on militaria fair stalls. Also, I got mine - slightly 'bumped' on one corner - for less than half-price from an 'Amazon Marketplace' seller. I'm pleased !