The Panzer Killers

by Daniel P. Bolger
The Panzer Killers
  • ISBN-13: 9780593183717
  • Author(s): Daniel P. Bolger
  • Subject: History
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Group
  • Imprint: Dutton
  • Publication Date: 27-05-2021
  • Format: h/b

Availability: In stock

£25.00
Two months after D-Day, the Allies found themselves in a stalemate in Normandy, having suffered enormous casualties. Troops were spent, and American tankers, lacking the tactics and leadership to deal with the terrain, were losing their spirit. General George Patton needed an officer who knew how to break the impasse and roll over the Germans - he needed one man with the grit and the vision to take the war all the way to the Rhine. He selected Maurice Rose, the son of a rabbi. Here, Daniel P. Bolger, offers up a lively, dramatic tale of Rose's heroism.
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Two months after D-Day, the Allies found themselves in a stalemate in Normandy, having suffered enormous casualties. Troops were spent, and American tankers, lacking the tactics and leadership to deal with the terrain, were losing their spirit. General George Patton needed an officer who knew how to break the impasse and roll over the Germans - he needed one man with the grit and the vision to take the war all the way to the Rhine. He selected Maurice Rose, the son of a rabbi. Here, Daniel P. Bolger, offers up a lively, dramatic tale of Rose's heroism.

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