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PANZER COMMANDER

The Memoirs of Colonel Hans von Luck

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PANZER COMMANDER

Panzer Commander - the memoirs of Colonel Hans von Luck who from the turret of a German tank commanded Rommel’s 7th and then 21st Panzer Divisions. El Alamein, Kasserine Pass, Poland, Belgium, Normandy on D-Day, the disastrous Russian front .
Reprinted from the Praeger Edition originally published in the USA this 2002 edition is by arrangement with Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT, USA. Published 2002 in the UK by Cassell Military Paperbacks
First UK printing.
       ISBN: 9780304364015
Paperback

BOOK CONDITION etc.:

An attractive paperback in at least VERY GOOD PLUS if not Near Fine condition! No marks or blemishes.

257 pages; 130 mm. x 197 mm. x 23 mm. weight unwrapped 311 grams - weight wrapped for postage <500 grams.

PRICE (GBP) £10.00 plus postage - Included for UK.


PANZER COMMANDER
The Memoirs of Colonel Hans van Luck

Foreword by Professor Stephen E. Ambrose

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Panzer Commander is the memoirs of Colonel Hans von Luck who from the turret of a German tank commanded Rommel’s 7th and then 21st Panzer Divisions. El Alamein, Kasserine Pass, Poland, Belgium, Normandy on D-Day, the disastrous Russian front – von Luck fought there with some of the best soldiers in the world. German soldiers.
Awarded the German Cross in Gold and the Knight’s Cross, von Luck writes as an officer and a gentleman. Told with the vivid detail of an impassioned eyewitness, his rare and moving memoir has become a classic in the literature of World War II, a first-person chronicle of the glory – and inevitable tragedy – of a superb fighting soldier fighting Hitler’s war.

"But the real hero of this book is the German soldier. Han’s troops, in the 7th Division in France and Russia, and the 21st Panzer Division North Africa, Normandy, eastern France and Germany, never let him down. They were remarkable for their endurance, tenacity, boldness, comradeship and loyalty. So was Colonel von Luck. One of the outstanding soldiers of World War II, he has written a memoir that is simply superb, an instant classic that will be red for decades to come."

            Professor Stephen E. Ambrose, University of New Orleans from the Introduction.