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German Army vs. Soviet Partisans
The Panzer General was a Traitor
116th Panzer Division 1944-45
251 pages; 17 chapters, 2 special reports, and 3 appendixes
The most prominent commander of the 116th Panzer Division frequently
sabotaged combat operations because the Panzer General was a
traitor. However, the fact that the Panzer General was a traitor has
earned an enduring and fraudulent image of the German Army’s 116th
Panzer Division as an elite unit. Although the 116th Panzer Division
did perform its job well under several commanders, it certainly was not an
elite division when the Panzer General was a traitor. The e-book The
Panzer General was a Traitor is the most comprehensive book about
the German Army’s 116th Panzer Division available in the world. The
Panzer General was a Traitor offers the lucky reader both an eye
opening cornucopia of historic facts, and a rare glimpse at an under-
reported, yet one-liner-glorified German Army combat unit. Join the
116th Panzer Division as its gray painted panzer vehicles dash down
foggy, forgotten lanes spewing death, and earning for its private soldiers a
place in Valhalla.
"The tanks and mortar reinforcement of the reconnaissance battalion proved to be successful. The mortars especially on
their armored cars, which were very mobile and quickly placed in firing positions had great value and success.
Besides the number of knocked out tanks, the 116th Panzer Division captured 200 men, ammunition, some fuel and a
number of vehicles. One had the impression that the enemy front was broken through and that a further rapid advance
would be possible.
German casualties were very small, and losses of material were not worth mentioning."
Excerpt from The Panzer General was a Traitor
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