History of War

KURT ‘PANZER’ MEYER

A BOLD AND SUCCESSFUL SOLDIER, WAS ALSO A CONVICTED WAR CRIMINAL

Some accounts assert that Kurt ‘Panzer’ Meyer earned his nickname because of aggressive battlefield conduct, others

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