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The Combat History of the 23rd Panzer Division in World War II Paperback – March 21, 2012
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Ernst Rebentisch was a member of the 23rd Panzer Division during World War II and served as a medical officer in the postwar German Army, retiring as a general. He lives in Germany.
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Outstanding resource for German armor enthusiasts - if you're not a German armor enthusiast, then you're not going to care for this, but if you are, you'll be looking at this one for a long time and refer back to it forevermore. More than well worth the money.
Good account of a mostly unknown (to American readers) German unit. This division had assigned to it half (12 guns) of the self-propelled 150mm Infantry Guns built on the Panzer III chassis. The other half of the production disappeared into Stalingrad. Provides a good idea of the problems the Germans had in Russia; and an indication of the problems the Soviets had in pushing the Germans off of Russian territory from 1942-45.
Good book on the Eastern Front in WWII.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the war in Europe.
Very detailed description of 23' Pz div fight with detail tactical plans.