German Army 1933-1945 by Matthew Cooper

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It will shake up the ideas of all those who regard the staff of the Nazi-dominated German Army as paragons of military competence.--The Economist
 

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Published January 1, 1978 by Macdonald and Jane's. 598 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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Two interrelated themes are basic to Matthew Cooper's reassessment of the failure of Hitler's armies in World War II: first, that the German army, overextended and ill-prepared, was never the polished fighting machine feared by its enemies, and, second, that the moral guilt borne by the German ge...

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conclusions are drawn from archives containing data on resources, manpower and tactics as well as from the works of war historians and the memoirs of generals involved.

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