How to Order

Documents, art work, or archival research services can be ordered by contacting SHI at stengerhistorica@gmail.com. Orders can be paid using a credit card (PayPal) or postal money orders. Sorry, no personal checks unless from a local Fredericksburg (VA) bank. All VA residents please add 5.3% tax. Foreign credi cards shall be processed using PayPal.

Note: Please send us an email and let us know what you would like to order. That will help us to expedite your order.

Terms and Conditions

Pricing: In purchasing a document, it is understood that the documents are copies.  Documents are sold on a "as is" basis.  Purchase cost  do not include shipping and handling.  Pricing is as follows:

Number of Pages Cost
1-10 $10.00  
11-20 $15.00
21-30 $20.00
31-40  $25.00 

Add $5.00 for each additional 09 pages. Add $5.00 shipping and handling, $10.00 for orders over 75 pages. VA residents add 5.3% (tax).  

How to Order: Documents, art work, and archival retrieval services can be paid for using a credit card (via PayPal), bank checks, or money orders. Sorry, no personal checks unless from a local Fredericksburg (VA) bank.

If you chose to use a credit card, the process is very simple. Click on the PayPal from where, you can send money to anyone with an email address. After signing up for a PayPal account and once you are logged into your account, click the Send Money tab. Then enter "stengerhistorica@netscape.net" and the amount you would like to send for the products you have ordered. It is that simple and fast.

Special pricing will be made for larger documents.  All purchases will be made in US currency.  Personal checks (once cleared through the bank), money orders or cashier checks accepted. Contact Stenger Historica for mailing address. Prices subject to change without notice.  When making a purchase, please indicate which document you wish to purchase by referring to the documents' numbers found at the beginning of each listed item, for example FMS # 3, or AAR # 2, or MS # 4. 

Condition: For Historical Documents: In purchasing a document, you thereby agree to the terms and conditions and it is thereby understood that the documents are copies. Documents are sold on a "as is" basis. Archival documents that are available for purchase are rated based on length (number of pages) and quality. Quality refers to the document quality as a copy. The documents that are available for purchase are copies of the original or 1st, 2nd, and 3nd generation copies of originals. Most of the documents are 2nd generation photo copies or photo copies that stem from microfilm. Purchases are final and non-refundable. The documents date from WWII and the post-WWII era.

By purchasing documents from Stenger Historica, Inc., you agree to indemnify and hold harmless Stenger Historica for any loss, liability, claim, damage, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees) arising from or in connection with the contents of Stenger Historica's material, or any violation of the rights of a third party. For Art Work: Purchase of art work is guaranteed 100% satisfaction. Returns must be arranged in advance via email: stengerhistoric@netscape.net. Returns must be made after a 3-day inspection period at the expense of the returnee.

General: Archival documents that are available for purchase are rated based on length (number of pages) and quality.  Quality refers to the document quality as a copy.  THE DOCUMENTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ARE COPIES OF THE ORIGINAL OR 1ST, 2ND, AND 3ND GENERATION COPIES.  Most of the documents are 2nd generation photo copies (photo copies of the original), or photo copies that stem from microfilm.  Any missing pages that constitute gaps will be annotated.   Lesser quality documents will be annotated and discounted.  Purchases are final and non-refundable.  The documents date from the Second World War and the post-era.   The original documents are now, for most part, 55 +  years old.  The quality depends on how often the originals have been handled.  As for microfilm, the amount of research that has been conducted while utilizing the microfilm has seriously damaged the film with regards to clarity and legibility.

Coding: Each document is identified by document generation, type, title, author, rank, number of pages, quality code, and price.  Document generation and type codes are as follows:  1stG indicates that the document is the first generation copy made from the original; 2ndG indicates that the document is a 2nd generation copy;  3rdG indicates that the document is a 3rd generation copy.  The type of copy is indicated under the following abbreviations: PC, photo copy; MF, micro-film, MFI, micro-fiche. Document Quality Quality codes are as follows:  VG, very good quality but may have some tone variations or slight blurring; G, still good quality with either whole pages that are blurred and strong tone variations; F, fair quality that has severe tone variations and barely legible text; P, poor quality with most of text unlegable, missing pages, words, or text; HW, hand written text that could be difficult to read.  When documents are either P or HW, special note will be given as to the feasibility of purchase. 
NOTE:  MOST AFTER ACTION REPORTS WERE TYPED IN 1946 ( OVER 50 YEARS AGO).  MICROFILM QUALITY IS POOREST.

Non-Archival Documents:
Materials other than  after action reports that have not been extracted from federal depositories, such as articles, oral histories, and other literature produced by Stenger Historica, is protected under copyright laws.  Reproduction thereof is prohibited without the consent of Stenger Historica.  Photographs are property of Stenger Historica unless otherwise stated.

Disclaimer: Stenger Historica  is not affiliated with any federal or non-federal organization, domestic or foreign.  Stenger Historica does not support or represent any organization that promotes hatred or racism.  Stenger Historica promotes the dissemination of historical information to the general public.  The views and opinions of Stenger Historica are interpretations of history only.  Documents from federal agencies that have been reproduced are classified as in the "public domain," under USC 17, Section 105.  All foreign "Axis"documents are either captured war booty or were prepared under the direction of the US Government and translated by the US Army, now in the public domain. Legalities: Unless otherwise noted, all manuscripts and photographs are property of Stenger Historica .  No part of this web site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including downloading, in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from Stenger Historica .  Stenger Historica will not be responsible for any documents lost or stolen while in transit throuigh the mail.  Stenger Historica will not be held liable for persons who feel threatened or are upset about the content on this site.  Stenger Historica is not affiliated with Nazi ideololgical or Neo-Nazi groups nor revisionist group.

Indemnity: By visiting Stenger Historica, LLC, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless Stenger Historica for any loss, liability, claim, damage, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees) arising from or in connection with the contents of Stenger Historica’s web site, or any violation of the rights of a third party. Stenger Historica also reserves the following rights: To release current or past mailing list information: (i) in the event Stenger Historica believes that accounts are in violation of the Terms and Conditions (ToC) or used to commit or promote unlawful acts, (ii) if the information is subpoenaed, (iii) to protect the rights of Stenger Historica or others, including the facilitation of the resolution of a dispute concerning the use of the Stenger Historica information or materials, or (iv) for administrative and other purposes that Stenger Historica deems necessary to maintain, service, and improve the Service or other products; To deny, suspend or terminate membership to offenders of the ToC; To remove Stenger Historica, or any material from Stenger Historica without notice for any reason, including, without limitation, interference with the design or operation of the Stenger Historica; To use images of Stenger Historica for promotional and other commercial purposes; To utilize third parties to provide services to Stenger Historica customers; To discontinue Stenger Historica, temporarily or permanently, without notice.