Hitler's Generals

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Correlli Barnett
Grove Press, 1989 - History - 497 pages
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In Hitler's Generals, distinguished historian Correlli Barnett has gathered together an outstanding team of military historians to write about the characters and careers of twenty-six generals of the Third Reich. The book probes the central mystery of why a generation of the world's most able commanders and staff officers came to be seduced by Hitler, and why they failed to deflect him from his disastrous decisions.

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Overall I enjoyed this book. I will say that the various essays were hit or miss. I thought some were too biased towards the protagonist. Read full review

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Correlli Barnett has been awarded the Royal United Services Institute for Defense Studies Chesney Gold Medal for services to military history, the degree of doctor of science (Honoris Causa) from Cranfield University, and the C.B.E.

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