Iron Cross is the UK’s only magazine of German military history from the First World War to the end of the Second World War. Covering all aspects of German military history including the Imperial German forces of the Great War, the Weimar period and the Nazi period. Iron Cross prides itself on the highest quality production with stunning content in the unique and ground-breaking features, often revealing untold stories and publishing photographs that have never been seen before.
This issue includes the cover story: a photographic account of the Luftwaffe’s ‘Wasp Squadron, an extremely detailed look at the story of the ‘Channel Dash’ from both German and British perspectives, a biographical look at Ernst Jünger the soldier author who penned ‘Storm of Steel’, the grim story of Ernst Haber’s ‘invention’ of chemical warfare, the account of the odious Oskar Direlewanger’s last stand and a look at a remarkable war film ‘It Happened Here’. also featured is detailed coverage of the excavation of a Messerschmitt 410 wreck and unlocking the mystery of a strange weapon fitted in the tail of German bombers.