By Oliver North
March 2012 Retail ebook
It was once the best Generation’s maximum second: while heroes at domestic and out of the country, united in universal goal as infantrymen, sailors, airmen, and Marines—under the management of generals like Patton, Eisenhower, Marshall, and Bradley—rescued Europe from the tyranny and genocide of Adolf Hitler.
In War tales III: The Heroes Who Defeated Hitler, Marine wrestle veteran Lt. Col. Oliver North promises an opportunity to revisit front traces. utilizing dramatic first-person testimony, North reveals:
Featuring prolonged interviews with veterans that disguise the struggle in Europe from starting to finish, War tales III: The Heroes Who Defeated Hitler is a testomony to the braveness and sacrifice of the area struggle II generation—a remembrance of the bravery and honor of those heroes.
It belongs within the fingers of each veteran, each scholar, and each American.
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43 44 PANZER ACES III The men disappeared into their hatches in a ﬂash. The Soviets appeared to take no notice of the single tank located off the side of the road. They continued their movement. Carius was about to issue a ﬁre command when Clajus ﬁred. The round struck the T-34, which was barely 60 meters away, right between the turret and the hull. It turned off, smoking, into the ditch and remained there, motionless. The infantry that had been riding along jumped off and scattered to the four winds.
As a result, he had protected both ﬁeld armies from being encircled by the Soviet 28th Army. Around 10 January 1943, he received orders to pull his division back to Rostow. His ﬁrst objective was the Manytsch and its crossing point, which was being held by the LVII. Panzer-Korps under General der Panzertruppen Kirchner. A Manytsch bridgehead was being formed by the corps east of Proletarskaja. Among the forces in the large bridgehead were the 23. Panzer-Division, the 17. Panzer-Division, SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division “Wiking” and schwere PanzerAbteilung 503.
The four tanks rumbled forward and overran three antitank guns, before the enemy was able to get off a single round. A few days later, the Soviets made preparations to retake the small village of Ssergeizewo. During the night of 14/15 November, they moved out with four tanks and infantry. All four of the enemy tanks were knocked out, thanks to the alert German defenses. The enemy broke off his attack. On 23 November 1943, Carius was awarded the Iron Cross, First Class, for his role in the recent successful operations.
War Stories III: The Heroes Who Defeated Hitler by Oliver North