Death Traps: The Survival of an American Armored Division in World War II

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Presidio Press #ad - . Highly recommended. Robert A. Readers will be left with an indelible impression of the importance of the support troops and how dependent combat forces were on them. Library journal “as an alumnus of the 3rd, I eagerly awaited this book’s coming out since I heard of its release. Lynn, the stars and stripes “this detailed story will become a classic of WWII history and required reading for anyone interested in armored warfare.

Publishers weekly starred review “Death Traps fills a critical gap in WWII literature. Weigley, author of eisenhower’s Lieutenants“Cooper saw more of the war than most junior officers, and he writes about it better than almost anyone. His stories are vivid, sorrow, enlightening, full of life—and of pain, horror, and triumph.

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Tank Killers: A History of America's World War II Tank Destroyer Force

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Casemate #ad - This is the story of the specialized U. S. It draws heavily on the records of the tank destroyer battalions and the units with which they fought, and veterans of the force add their personal stories. Table of contentsprefacechapter 1: seek, and destroychapter 2: north africa: seeing the elephantchapter 3: from gloom to glorychapter 4: the tough underbellyChapter 5: Anzio and Two Roads to RomeChapter 6: Storming Fortress EuropeChapter 7: Armored ThunderChapter 8: The Battle for the BorderChapter 9: The Battle of the BulgeChapter 10: Sought, Struck, Strike, and DestroyedAppendix A: Tank Destroyer Battalions by CampaignAppendix B: Battalion ProfilesGlossaryNotesBibliographyIndex .

It follows the men who fought in the tds from the formation of the force in 1941 through the victory over the Third Reich in 1945, through North Africa, Italy, France, and Germany, describing a story of American flexibility and pragmatism in military affairs. Armored force designed specifically to kill enemy tanks in direct combat.

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If You Survive: From Normandy to the Battle of the Bulge to the End of World War II, One American Officer's Riveting True Story

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Ballantine Books #ad - If you survive your first day, I'll promote you. So promised george wilson's world War II commanding officer in the hedgerows of Normandy -- and it was to be a promise dramatically fulfilled. From july, from the first penetration of the siegfried line to the nazis' last desperate charge in the Battle of the Bulge, Wilson fought in the thickest of the action, to the closing days of the war, 1944, helping take the small towns of northern France and Belgium building by building.

Of all the men and officers who started out in Company F of the 4th Infantry Division with him, Wilson was the only one who finished. In the end, he felt not like a conqueror or a victor, but an exhausted survivor, left with nothing but his life -- and his emotions. If you surviveone of the great first-person accounts of the making of a combat veteran, in the last, most violent months of World War II.

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The Classic Panzer Memoir - Tiger Tracks

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - His astonishing testimony reveals the merciless decisions that panzer crews made in action, the devastating power of their weaponry, and the many ways that men met their deaths in the snow and ice of the Ostfront. First published in the late 1940s as ‘panzerdammerung’ ‘Panzer Twilight’, this memoir's savage realism shocked the post-war German public.

Wolfgang faust was the driver of a tiger i tank with the Wehrmacht Heavy Panzer Battalions, seeing extensive combat on the Eastern Front in 1943-45. The only other surviving memoir by this author is 'The Last Panther' - an astonishing account of panzer warfare in the final hours of the Third Reich - also available on Amazon.

The Classic Panzer Memoir - Tiger Tracks #ad - . Some readers were outraged at the book's final scenes, at last, ‘Now, while others wrote that, I know what our men did in the East. Today it stands as one of the great semi-autobiographical accounts of warfare in World War 2: a crescendo of horror, grim survival and a fatalistic acceptance of the panzer man’s destiny.

Great product! Depicting a running tank engagement lasting for three days, Faust describes how his Tiger unit fought pitched battles in the snows of western Russia against the full might of the Red Army: the T34s, Stalin tanks, Sturmovik bombers and the feared Katyusha rocket brigades. This memoir was his brutal and deeply personal account of the Russian Front's appalling carnage.

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Slaughter of the Reich - The Last Panther - The Halbe Kessel 1945

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - The last panther slaughter of the Reich The Halbe Kessel 1945. Panzer by panzer, other armour, unit by unit, the breakout forces were cut down – until only a handful of Panthers, battered infantry units and columns of shattered refugees made a final escape through the rings of fire to the American lines.

While the battle of berlin in 1945 is widely known, the horrific story of the Halbe Kessel remains largely untold. This first-hand account by the commander of one of those panther tanks relates with devastating clarity the conditions inside the Kessel, and the subsequent running battles between overwhelming Soviet forces and the exhausted Reich troops, the ferocity of the breakout attempt through Halbe, who were using their last reserves of fuel, ammunition, strength and hope.

Eloquent german-perspective accounts of world war 2 are surprisingly rare, and the recent reissue of Wolfgang Faust’s 1948 memoir ‘Tiger Tracks’ has fascinated readers around the world with its insight into the Eastern Front. Great product! The german troops, desperate to avoid Soviet capture, battled furiously to break out towards the West, where they could surrender to the comparative safety of the Americans.

Slaughter of the Reich - The Last Panther - The Halbe Kessel 1945 #ad - The small town of halbe became the eye of the hurricane for the breakout, as King Tigers of the SS Panzer Corps led the spearhead to the West, supported by Panthers of the battle-hardened 21st Panzer Division. He gives us a shocking testament to the cataclysmic final hours of the Reich, and the horrors of this last eruption of violence among the idyllic forests and meadows of Germany.

For the german civilians trapped in the Kessel, the quest to escape took on frantic dimensions, as the terror of Red Army brutality spread.

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Spearhead: An American Tank Gunner, His Enemy, and a Collision of Lives in World War II

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Ballantine Books #ad - After clarence sees his friends cut down breaching the west wall and holding the line in the Battle of the Bulge, a state-of-the-art “super tank, he and his crew are given a weapon with the power to avenge their fallen brothers: the Pershing, ” one of twenty in the European theater. The last panther slaughter of the Reich The Halbe Kessel 1945.

That’s how clarence, the corporal from coal country, finds himself leading the U. S. Makos drops the reader back into the Pershing’s turret and dials up a battle scene to rival the peak moments of Fury. The wall street journalfrom the author of the international bestseller a Higher Call comes the riveting World War II story of an American tank gunner’s journey into the heart of the Third Reich, where he will meet destiny in an iconic armor duel—and forge an enduring bond with his enemy.

Spearhead: An American Tank Gunner, His Enemy, and a Collision of Lives in World War II #ad - Spearhead: an american tank gunner, and a Collision of Lives in World War II Hardcover - February 19, his enemy, 2019. But with it comes a harrowing new responsibility: Now they will spearhead every attack. For a world war iI aficionado, it will read like a dream. Associated Press   Great product! What happens next will haunt clarence to the modern day, drawing him back to Cologne to do the unthinkable: to face his enemy, one last time.

Praise for spearhead“A detailed, gripping account.

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American Knights: The Untold Story of the Men of the Legendary 601st Tank Destroyer Battalion

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Osprey Publishing #ad - Spearhead: an american tank gunner, and a Collision of Lives in World War II Hardcover - February 19, his enemy, 2019. Packed with rare material, and photographs, letters, diaries, this is an intense and intimate chronicle of the men who fought the Panzers in an astonishing 10 campaigns and 546 days of lethal combat.

Great product! As the war began to swing in the favor of the Allies, it became clear that no final defeat of the Third Reich would be possible until the armored monsters of the Panzerwaffe were defeated. This is the story of the men and machines that made up the very first Tank Destroyer Battalion, the 601st, to the final, from their unique training and formation, desperate battles in the heart of Nazi Germany.

American Knights: The Untold Story of the Men of the Legendary 601st Tank Destroyer Battalion #ad - But who would, just a handful of which could stop entire formations in their tracks? The answer lay with the formation of a new type of unit, take on the mighty Tigers and Panthers, or even could, the Tank Destroyer Battalion. The last panther slaughter of the Reich The Halbe Kessel 1945.

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Road to Huertgen: Forest in Hell

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Independently published #ad - Weaver“to an old soldier this book will arouse memories; to the man in uniform who has never heard a shot fired in anger this book will stimulate reflexes which are life savers when the chips are down; to the youngster who eventually will be given the opportunity and privilege of wearing the uniform of his country, this book demonstrates the heights of heroism Americans can reach under the most deadly and difficult circumstances.

Major General P. Spearhead: an american tank gunner, and a Collision of Lives in World War II Hardcover - February 19, his enemy, 2019. Paul boesch provides an eyewitness account of the horrors that he and his men saw as they struggled through the rain and mud, avoiding artillery, mortars and mines. This book is a remarkable account of one of the most vicious battles in World War Two told honestly by a man who was there.

Road to Huertgen: Forest in Hell #ad - A true but little-told account of what it means to be an Infantryman. Major general William G. Army has ever fought. During those three months six american infantry divisions — the 1st, 8th, 9th, 4th, 28th and 83rd — and part of the 5th Armored Division fought against the battle-hardened Germans. D. His book road to huertgen was first published in 1962 and he passed away in 1989.

It’s hell, ” he said flatly.

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Panzer Ace: The Memoirs of an Iron Cross Panzer Commander from Barbarossa to Normandy

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Greenhill Books #ad - The last panther slaughter of the Reich The Halbe Kessel 1945. Spearhead: an american tank gunner, his enemy, and a Collision of Lives in World War II Hardcover - February 19, 2019. The author has a fine memory and eye for detail. His memoirs are richly illustrated with contemporary photographs, including key confrontations of World War II.

After serving as a gunlayer on a Pz. Mk. Iii during barbarossa, he led a Company of Tigers at Kursk. Great product! His account is easy to read and not technical, and adds substantially to the knowledge of how the German Panzer Arm operated in the Second World War. Later he led a company of king tiger panzers at normandy and in late 1944 commanded a battle group 12 King Tigers and a flak Company against the Russians in Hungary in the rank of junior, later senior lieutenant from November 1944, his final rank.

Panzer Ace: The Memoirs of an Iron Cross Panzer Commander from Barbarossa to Normandy #ad - Only 489 of these King Tiger tanks were ever built. Richard freiherr von Rosen was a highly decorated Wehrmacht soldier and outstanding panzer commander. They were the most powerful heavy tanks to see service, and only one kind of shell could penetrate their armor at a reasonable distance. Every effort had to be made to retrieve any of them bogged down or otherwise immobilized, which led to many towing adventures.

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Sniper on the Eastern Front: The Memoirs of Sepp Allerberger, Knight's Cross

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Pen and Sword Military #ad - Russian snipers had used the illegal explosive bullet since 1941, and Hitler eventually authorized its issue in 1944. Wounded at voroshilovsk, he experimented with a Russian sniper-rifle while convalescing and so impressed his superiors with his proficiency that he was returned to the front on his regiment’s only sniper specialist.

In this sometimes harrowing memoir, Allerberger provides an excellent introduction to the commitment in field craft, discipline and routine required of the sniper, a man apart. The result was a battlefield of horror. Allerberger was a cold-blooded killer, but few will find a place in their hearts for the soldiers of the Red Army against whom he fought.

Sniper on the Eastern Front: The Memoirs of Sepp Allerberger, Knight's Cross #ad - The last panther slaughter of the Reich The Halbe Kessel 1945. Josef “sepp” allerberger was the second most successful sniper of the German Wehrmacht and one of the few private soldiers to be honored with the award of the Knight’s Cross. An austrian conscript, after qualifying as a machine gunner he was drafted to the southern sector of the Russian Front in July 1942.

Spearhead: an american tank gunner, and a Collision of Lives in World War II Hardcover - February 19, his enemy, 2019. Pen sword Military. There was no place for chivalry on the Russian Front. Great product!

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Tigers in the Mud: The Combat Career of German Panzer Commander Otto Carius Stackpole Military History Series

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Stackpole Books #ad - Spearhead: an american tank gunner, and a Collision of Lives in World War II Hardcover - February 19, his enemy, 2019. Pen sword Military. Stackpole Books. The last panther slaughter of the Reich The Halbe Kessel 1945. Great product! No german tank better represents that thundering power than the infamous Tiger, and Otto Carius was one of the most successful commanders to ever take a Tiger into battle, destroying well over 150 enemy tanks during his incredible career.

Tigers in the Mud: The Combat Career of German Panzer Commander Otto Carius Stackpole Military History Series #ad - Wwii began with a metallic roar as the German Blitzkrieg raced across Europe, spearheaded by the most dreaded weapon of the 20th century: the Panzer.

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