Death in Normandy
This is the story of the last days of Panzer Ace Michael Wittmann in Normandy, written by James Lucas
“ Machine gun bullets could not harm the tiger, now arrogantly destroying the British vehicles as it cruised along the column… In the market square personnel carriers were driven into side streets to clear the area. On the road the vehicles were halted awaiting further orders. Just below the crest of point 213 commanders were making frantic efforts to bring their vehicles out of the confusion all round them and to get them into action. Wittmann saw them and appreciated the threat which they might pose. He decided to switch targets…
If you are a Wittmann fan than this has got to be read. None of the hassle, none of the boring bits just the facts of his last few weeks. Well written and a compelling story.