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The Panzer Killers by Daniel P. Bolger
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May 03, 2022 | ISBN 9780593183724

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“Gen. Rose’s story is now wonderfully told by Daniel Bolger, himself a three-star general who in retirement has become a masterly historian. . . . The Panzer Killers is a great book, vividly written and shrewdly observed.”—The Wall Street Journal

“Hitting like a Sherman cannon, Daniel Bolger’s The Panzer Killers drives the reader through a curtain of steel, shells, concrete, and flesh and into the heart of Germany’s Third Reich. What unfolds is a captivating story of an unsung Jewish rabbi’s son who led America’s deadliest tank division across a river of blood to the cusp of victory.”—Jonathan W. Jordan, national bestselling author of Brothers Rivals Victors
“Major General Maurice Rose finally gets his due in The Panzer Killers. Written with insight only a general turned historian could have, Daniel Bolger brings to life World War II’s best tank commander in a riveting account of armored combat.”—Kevin Maurer, #1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of No Easy Day and author of Rock Force: The American Paratroopers Who Took Back Corregidor and Exacted MacArthur’s Revenge on Japan

“[Daniel] Bolger, who has himself commanded an armored division, gives a solid military insider’s view of how armor, infantry, artillery, and air support cooperate on the battlefield. . . . He also offers pointed observations about Rose’s relations with the major figures of the Allied war effort, including Montgomery, Patton, Eisenhower, Bradley, and other, less familiar figures. A fascinating look at World War II as reflected in the career of an important yet largely forgotten Allied general.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Bolger excels at the details of battle. . . . An exciting story well told . . . Enthusiasts of military history will love this book.”—Library Journal

“Engrossing . . . Superb . . . A valuable addition to one of the war’s most celebrated division commanders.”—The Association of the US Army

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