Series: World War II German Debriefs

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Fighting the Bombers (World War II German Debriefs) by David C. Isby
Panzers on the Eastern Front: General Erhard Raus and his Panzer Divisions in Russia, 1941-1945 (World War II German Debriefs) by Peter Tsouras

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  1. Panzer Aces II: Battle Stories of German Tank Commanders in World War II (Stackpole Military History Series) by Franz Kurowski (2000)
  2. Ostfront 1944: The German Defensive Battles on the Russian Front 1944 (Schiffer Military History) by Alex Buchner (1991)
  3. T-34 in action : Soviet tank troops in World War II by Artem Drabkin (2006)
  4. Tiger Ace: The Life Story of Panzer Commander Michael Wittmann by Gary L. Simpson (1994)
  5. Panzer Divisions: The Eastern Front 1941-43 (Battle Orders) by Pier Battistelli (2008)
  6. Kursk: The German View by Steven H. Newton (2003)
  7. Armor Battles of the Waffen SS, 1943-45 (Stackpole Military History Series) by Will Fey (1990)
  8. Kharkov 1942: Anatomy of a Military Disaster by David M. Glantz (1998)
  9. The History of the Panzerkorps Grossdeutschland, Vol. 1 (v. 1) by Helmuth Spaeter (1992)
  11. The Anvil of War: German Generalship in Defense on the Eastern Front by Erhard Raus (1994)
  12. Panzer Tactics: German Small-Unit Armor Tactics in World War II by Wolfgang Schneider (1999)
  13. Race for the Reichstag: The 1945 Battle for Berlin (Soviet (Russian) Military Experience) by Tony Le Tissier (1999)
  14. Panzer Aces: German Tank Commanders in World War II by Franz Kurowski (1993)
  15. Sledgehammers: Strengths and Flaws of Tiger Tank Battalions in World War II by Christopher W. Wilbeck (2004)

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