This publication covers the memoirs of three commanders who fought in the Battle for Berlin in April and May 1945. Two of them were Tiger II tank commanders, the other commanded the French volunteers within the WSS.
Two of these men would be awarded the Knight's Cross towards the end of April 1945, the other would receive the First Class Iron Cross.
Each soldier's recollections are in their words, and paint a vivid picture of what their life was like during the final struggle for the capital of the Third Reich.
There is a foreword from Klaus Grotjahn, who was a 16-year old Luftwaffe Flak helper, sent into Berlin and attached to the Division 'Nordland'. He crossed paths with Diers and some of the other men mentioned in this book.
A5, hardback book, full gloss internal pages
102 photographs / documents - the vast majority from the personal archive of Georg Diers
Price is £20.00 (postage to be confirmed at the time of order)