An alert reader from the UK has found some additional errata in the book, all of which is annotated on the Errata page. The new additions are highlighted in maroon. For those who have already posted all of the other changes, here is what Paul has submitted:
Page 210: Alert reader Paul from the UK has provided additional information for several photographs. The Puma seen on this page is identified as belonging to the 1./Panzeraufklärungs-Abteilung 2 of the 2. Panzer-Division in Normandy.
Page 212: The Puma in the lower photo is identified as having been assigned to the Stabskompanie of SS-Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 1 of the 1. SS-Panzer-Division “Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler.”
Page 262: Paul from the UK found another incorrect identification on this page. The vehicle identified as a Horch prime mover is actually a Krupp Protze.
Page 285: Paul from the UK points out that the Puma seen on this page has the turret number 041, which would place it with Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 20 of the 20. Panzer-Division, a battalion also seen on Page 215.
Page 477: Paul from the UK identifies the trucks seen on this page as “ex-British Bedford 15 cwt MWD trucks, all in good order suggesting a Wehrmacht refurbishment after capture in France 1940, so very unlikely to be SS-Verfügungs-Division France 1940, more likely later in Russia.”