Alejandro de Quesada. Osprey Publishing 2014, ISBN 978-1-78096-388-4
I know a bit more about these than I do the rest of the German Army as they were pretty common in the Balkans.
I wish I had "borrowed" one at the time but never mind-I expect I would have got caught.
It tells you about the weapon's development, how to use one and has pictures of them in use.
If you know about firearms a lot of it will make immediate sense, if you don't I suspect you will struggle as the author does assume that you will. As I am in the former camp I found the book useful. I would have liked more ballistic data but this isn't that kind of book.
Anything with a vague historical bent
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