New book from Leaping Horseman.

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New book from Leaping Horseman.

Post by krichter33 » 15 Apr 2016 06:22

Jason Mark from Leaping Horseman has a new book being published soon called Iron Cross Brigade by Werner Gösel

http://www.leapinghorseman.com/proddeta ... 4924&cat=5

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Re: New book from Leaping Horseman.

Post by jmark » 26 Apr 2016 04:25

Thanks for informing this forum, Klaus.

For those interested, here's some more information, and a link to the book:
http://www.leapinghorseman.com.au/prodd ... 4924&cat=5

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Re: New book from Leaping Horseman.

Post by jmark » 26 Apr 2016 04:28

And some sample pages.

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Re: New book from Leaping Horseman.

Post by Cult Icon » 19 Jul 2019 01:44

Does this book cover mid 44- end 45 in a substantial way (assuming the war diary or the author's unit history) or does it end with the capture of the author?

Stug 244 was assigned to the West and fought at St. Vith in the battle of the bulge.

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Re: New book from Leaping Horseman.

Post by jmark » 19 Jul 2019 02:07

Chapter 11 (pages 301 to 324), written by Christian Bauermeister, covers Stug.Brig.244 from its reformation in August 1944 and through its deployment in the West until the end of war. Pages 308 to 321 specifically cover "Wacht am Rhein", aka Battle of the Bulge.

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Re: New book from Leaping Horseman.

Post by Cult Icon » 19 Jul 2019 14:15

So the War Diary in the appendix is just 1943?

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