In this sequel to his well-regarded Panzer Aces, Franz Kurowski relates the combat careers of six more decorated German Panzer officers. Extensively researched, these riveting accounts follow the tank commanders across two continents, from the war's outbreak through its end in 1945. They campaigned with Rommel in the deserts of North Africa. With their tanks camouflaged in white, they clashed in bloody winter combat in the west and the east. Maneuvering only by the flashes of muzzles, they fought frightening small-unit battles in the dark of night. These men were legends.