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Inside Hitler's High Command

Geoffrey P. Megargee (author) Williamson Murray (foreword)

ISBN: 9780700611874

Publication Date: Jun 2000

Format: Paperback

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One of the most persistent myths to come out of World War II is that the Third Reich failed because a militarily incompetent Hitler and a small circle of "yes-men" consistently overrode the professional judgement of the German General Staff. This text seeks to dispel this long-standing myth.
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One of the most persistent myths to come out of World War II is that the Third Reich failed because a militarily incompetent Adolf Hitler and a small circle of "yes-men" consistently overrode the professional judgement of the German General Staff. This text seeks to dispel this long-standing myth. It casts plenty of blame all around, and should provoke discussion among historians and readers with an interest in the Third Reich.

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One of the most persistent myths to come out of World War II is that the Third Reich failed because a militarily incompetent Adolf Hitler and a small circle of yes-men consistently overrode the professional judgment of the German General Staff. Megargee does much to dispel this long-standing belief....An immensely illuminating work that casts plenty of blame all around, this will surely provoke much discussion among historians and readers with an interest in the Third Reich. - Publishers Weekly
Illustrations 20 photographs
Pages 328
Date Published 30 Jun 2000
Publisher University Press of Kansas
Series Modern War Studies
Subject/s European history   Second World War   War & defence operations   Defence strategy, planning & research  
Geoffrey P. Megargee is Applied Research Scholar at The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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