I would highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in WWII.
This book is an interesting memoir, but it is marred by unnecessary repetitions and a large number of errors regarding technical aspects of WW2 tanks.
Belton Cooper was a army Ordnance officer with the 3rd Armored Division and it was his job to make sure the M-4 Sherman tanks ran.
Very interesting and I would recommend it to anyone interested in this area.Published 5 days ago by John E. Greifenkamp
This book is very well written. The author also provides a lot of great detail. I would highly recommend this bookPublished 5 days ago by Someone
Very good overall, seemed to me that he copy and pasted whole paragraphs at times. As if he wanted to make sure that you got his point. Good read overall.Published 11 days ago by alex
read about the land war in europe from the perspective of a man responsible for repairing the American tanks. Read morePublished 12 days ago by A. Margulies
An interesting and educational read. I gave this to a co-worker that had never worked with African Americans previously. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Rabbit the Reader
I bought this book because my dad was in the armored maintenance battalion which was responsible for most of the repairs made to the armored vehicles. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. Rex Thornhill
Well written, cohesive account of what it must have been like from D-Day to the end of the war, by one who served long and well.Published 1 month ago by Marc B. Brossmer
Mr Cooper thank you for bringing history of the armored division in combat forward. The design flaws of the Sherman have to be common knowledge in order to prevent from ever... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lucy O. Zuniga
Incredibly excellent account of the Second World War in Europe with the Third Armored Division. Lieutenant Cooper was right there at the front. Very well done account. A must read!Published 2 months ago by Brokomaag