We would like to point out to everyone who purchased the book in 2016 that there is a second erratum which concerns a fragment that went missing during the pre-production process. Here is the missing text:
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since they arrived much later) and a sixth that the Panther was knocked out by an American bazooka fired by Private Jerry Farley. We stick to the version given above. What is more important is that the loss of the Panther seemed to have taken the sting out of the attack and the Panzergrenadiere began to fall back. Almost right away Allen’s two companies (3rd/327rd Regiment) were ordered to counterattack and seize a stretch of road north-east of Beukelaar. However, enemy resistance was met 600 yards short of the objective and after fifteen minutes of intense fighting the battalion was ordered to disengage and move back to Veghel. Clearly McAuliffe realised from the German response that the threat to Veghel was not over yet and instead of sending them off on a wild goose chase it made more sense to keep his defences intact. As there were only a few hours of daylight left a third German attack seemed unlikely.