For Germany: The Otto Skorzeny Memoirs

Edited by Craig W.H. Luther & Hugh Page Taylor

 
Otto Skorzeny only rose to the rank of Colonel in the SS, yet is one of the best known and colorful figures of the Third Reich, in large part because of the faith Hitler had in the tall Austrian engineer. Many books have been written about his career, to include autobiographies, but before he died in 1975 he personally entrusted Bender Publishing with the formidable task of producing the most detailed, up-dated and best illustrated version of his incredible life story. A quarter of a century later, after painstaking research into the text and a hunt for unpublished illustrations, the ultimate story of “Scarface” Skorzeny, “the most dangerous man in Europe” and Hitler's “commando extraordinary” is finally available. Complete with an exhaustive index, providing biographical details not found in the text, this is likely to be the last word on this larger than life personality, one of the great characters of World War II. 
528 pages
248 photos
deluxe binding
Price: $48.95
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