The book, originally published in 2003 as a hardcover, was re-released in 2006 as a 6x9-inch, 436-page
softcover. The publisher is Taylor Trade Publishing of Rowman
& Littlefield Publishing Group, New York, City.
From the original dust jacket of the book:
"In this outstanding, first-rate biography, Ossad and
Marsh have chronicled the life of an authentic hero. Their thorough
investigation reveals, for the first time, a full account of
Rose's untimely death in 1945. Highly recommended." - Carlo
D'Este, best-selling author of Eisenhower:A Soldier's Life
and Patton: A Genius for War.
"A complete and compelling narrative that covers the
brilliant career of Major General Maurice Rose, from his roots
in Colorado, through his service on the Mexican border and during
World War I, and culminating in his leadership of one of World
War II's finest fighting outfits, the 3rd Armored Division."
- Gerald Astor, author of The Greatest War: Americans in Combat,
1941-1945 and The Right to Fight: A History of African
Americans in the Military.