Hans von Luck was born in 1911 in Flensburg, Germany, the son of a naval officer. Although he would have preferred to study law, he followed the path of duty and in 1929 entered the Reichswehr as a cadet officer. In 1939 his motorized unit was one of the first to cross the frontier into Poland, marking the start of World War II. Thereafter he was constantly in action in every major theatre of war. He was wounded twice and received two of his country's highest awards for gallantry, the German Cross in Gold and the Knight's Cross. He ended the... Read More
Format: Paperback, 368 pages
Publisher: Dell On Sale: January 5, 1991 Price: $7.99
Written from a German perspective, von Luck, a German professional soldier, writes his memoirs and describes his combat experiences as a Panzer commander who fought under Rommel and in every major theater of World War II.
Hans von Luck was born in 1911 in Flensburg, Germany, the son of a naval...
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