Osprey Order of Battle 004 - The Ardennes Offensive VI panzer Armee

I came across this fantastic book - an absolute must for grognards and wannabe designers.

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Comment by Roger Morley on November 17, 2009 at 5:08pm
I have also started to remove any posts/links to any of these ebooks :-)
Comment by Roger Morley on November 17, 2009 at 5:03pm
Tony.....the thing is, I do not want to get CSW into trouble, or myself, which is why I NEVER post direct links on CSW, only to my website.
That means the onus is on me and my website, and since I post only links on my website, as opposed to having ANY material on my site, and as far as i understand copyright laws, I have not broken any as I do not have them on my site. If I have broken any laws, then so have certain mainstream search engines which provided me with the LINKS to get these ebooks.

However, in order to make people feel more comfortable with what I do, especially you Tony, I will not give out any information on how to obtain these ebooks. Abandonware games are a different matter as they are free licence and are therefore free to download.

I do not wish to make anyone uncomfortable with what I do here, as CSW is a fantastic social site with amazingly helpful and friendly people, and would never want to change how people feel about me or this site in a bad way.

If I do post any information/articles about any ebooks, then people can then decide if they want to visit my site, which the address is on my profile page, and see if I have left any links for it. But what i wont do is leave any hint as to whether or not you can download it from somewhere else, or leave a link to my website, that way, I hope, leaves CSW free of any issues and will make concerned members feel a little happier.
Comment by Greg Blanchett on November 17, 2009 at 1:52pm
Thanks for the explanation. I already have the ones covering Ardennes (4,5,8,9,12,13). They are indeed a wonderful resource...
Comment by Roger Morley on November 17, 2009 at 3:07am
I only provide the link to where I got the book from, so anyone downloading it should obtain permission if they want to, and hopefully the site that has the book for download has permission.
If you are a person of high morals and standards and believe in doing the right thing and suffer greatly from a guilty conscience, then I suggest you don't download load it.
However, I have looked on the Osprey website and this book seems to be out of print, so the only way you could ever get a physical copy is through second hand book sellers or if a book company happens to have a copy.
There is also the disadvantage of books in PDF that it is not practical to print them, you obviously can if you want to but it could never be the same as having the real McCoy sitting on your lap/desk.
Like I say, I only provide the link, it is up to the individual to decide whether or not to download.
Comment by Greg Blanchett on November 17, 2009 at 2:09am
I hope you have permission from Osprey.
Comment by Roger Morley on November 16, 2009 at 6:05pm
They are awesome books. I am trying my best to lay my hands on as many Osprey books as I can, as there were different groups: Order of Battle, Campaign etc.
Comment by Nevin Ball on November 16, 2009 at 6:00pm
I went on a Bulge Tour last year and one of the guys in my group had this series of books. They really came in handy.

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