The author’s extensive experience in both senior command and staff positions in the US Army together with his deep knowledge of the German military during World War II gave him a clear understanding of what he was writing about. This enabled him to place the events associated with the IV.SS-Panzer Corps in an appropriate context that is understandable to the reader. The text is riveting and one can begin to understand the incredible hardships that the German military was experiencing. Not only does the author do a good job of explaining the different command and staff elements of the IV.SS-Panzer Corps, but goes on to describe in detail about the combat actions of the “Wiking” and “Totenkopf” divisions as well as attached Army units to include a disciplinary battalion. The author did a superior job of exploiting period documents along with post-war German military studies to develop his narrative. This well-written book is very enjoyable and I look forward to listening Volume II.
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