Popular podcaster Angus Wallace interviews Trigg about his latest book, Voices of the Flemish Waffen SS, discussing the journey undergone by the Belgian citizens who chose to volunteer in the Waffen SS- offering a fresh perspective from the mouths of the male and female volunteers themselves.
Following the release of his latest book, Voices of the Scandinavian Waffen SS: The Final Testament of Hitler's Vikings, Trigg returns to The WWII Podcast to talk to Angus Wallace about a series of fascinating interviews that he conducted with surviving veterans from the Scandinavian SS.
With D-Day celebrating its 75th anniversary in June 2019, Trigg joins Angus Wallace to share some of the content of his new book, D- Day Through German Eyes. Containing detailed accounts of the Allied invasion of Europe from the unique perspective of the German soldiers, Trigg explores both the mentality and the motivations of the German forces - a viewpoint that is often overlooked - during an examination of the events surrounding D-Day and the Normandy campaign.
Trigg discusses his book, D-Day Through German Eyes, with podcaster Paul Cheall, as they consider D-Day and the Normandy campaign through the prism of the German experience.
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In his most recent interview with podcaster Angus Wallace, Trigg discusses the events detailed in his latest book, VE Day Through German Eyes, picking up where D-Day Through German Eyes ended and taking the reader through the cataclysmic final months of World War II in Europe.
Trigg speaks with the team at History Hack about D-Day, focusing closely on the often unheard perspective of the German soldiers.
After being contacted by Peter Laenarts, a descendent of a Flemish Waffen-SS soldier who fought on the Russian Front during WW2, Trigg discusses the rest of the family's links to the Oostfronter phenomenon on ABC Australia.
Trigg speaks on The Redcoat History Podcast about Operation Banner, the British army's longest ever deployment, focusing on the Army's performance, how the IRA was organised and how the Special Forces were utilised.