Panzer Ace : The Memoirs of an Iron Cross Panzer Commander from Barbarossa to Normandy
by Richard Freiherr Von Rosen
Editor: GREENHILL BOOKS
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Richard Freiherr von Rosen was a highly decorated soldier of the Wehrmacht and panzer traffic commander.His memoirs, richly illustrated with contemporary photographs, including the main confrontations of the Second World WarAfter a gunlayer on a PzMkIII during Barbarossa, he directed a Tiger Society in Kursk, later, a Tiger King Society panzer in Normandy and at the end of 1944, he commanded a combat group (12 Tiger King and flak “Society”) against the Russians in Hungary in the rank of junior, later senior lieutenant (from November 1944 onwards, his final rank) in the rank of junior.)Only 489 of these King Tiger reservoirs were builtThey were the most powerful heavy duty tanks, and that some kind of shell could penetrate the armor at a reasonable distance.Every effort had to be made to recover one of them bogged down or immobilized, which led to a lot of towing adventuresThe author has a good memory and eye for detail, his account is easy to read and not technical, and adds considerably to the knowledge of how the German Panzer Bras operated in the Second World War.
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