FROM THE REALM OF A DYING SUN, VOLUME III: IV. SS-Panzerkorps from Budapest to Vienna, February-May 1945
In the closing months of WWII, with Budapest's fall on February 12, 1945 and the breakout attempt by the IX. SS-Gebirgskorps having failed, the only thing the IV, SS-Panzerkorps could do was fall back to a more defensible line and fortify the key city of Stuhlweissenburg as told by Nash here. 24 pages of photos.
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