For Germany

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Edited by Craig W.H. Luther. Otto Skorzeny was called “the most dangerous man in Europe,” and for good reason. One of the most awe-inspiring personalities of WWII, his many hair-raising exploits—at the direct orders of Hitler—made the man a legend in his own time.

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    For Germany: The Otto Skorzeny MemoirsFor Germany: The Otto Skorzeny Memoirs

    Edited by Craig W.H. Luther. Otto Skorzeny was called “the most dangerous man in Europe,” and for good reason. One of the most awe-inspiring personalities of WWII, his many hair-raising exploits—at the direct orders of Hitler—made the man a legend in his own time.

    His rescue of Mussolini from the Gran Sasso Fortress, flying in silent glider planes in the dead of night with a few trusted comrades, was just one of those exploits—more exciting than any fictional novel!

    The secret operation to kidnap Hungary’s Admiral Horthy— which kept Hungary in the Axis until the end of the war—will be told for centuries to come.

    For Germany: The Otto Skorzeny Memoirs is the definitive work on this world class warrior. A quarter century in research and writing, this is the most detailed and authoritative work on “scarface Skorzeny,” who was also known as a first class gentleman, scholar, family man and dedicated comrade.

    Deluxe binding, beautiful hardcover, 528 pages on the highest quality semi-gloss stock, 248 illustrations and photos.