The German high command at war: Hindenburg and Ludendorff conduct World War I

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W. Morrow, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 558 pages
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The first major work published in English that tells the story of World War I from the German point of view. Here, in gripping and vivid detail, are Germany's major battles, the initial execution of the Schlieffen Plan and the First Marne, and the great battle of Tannenburg. 32 pages of photographs; 40 maps.

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HINDENBURG AND LUDENDORFF: The German High Command at War

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Even allowing for the destruction of the German WW I military archives during the allied bombing of Potsdam, the absence of studies of the German side of that war has been remarkable—a deficiency ... Read full review

The German high command at war: Hindenburg and Ludendorff conduct World War I

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The moment in 1916 when Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg teamed with General Erich Ludendorff to rescue Germany's failing war effort was a critical one for the world. Although the duo failed to stave ... Read full review

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The Storm Breaks
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War Plans I
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