Hitler's Generals

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Correlli Barnett
Quill/William Morrow, 1991 - 497 pages
With few exceptions, historians of Germany's leadership during WWII have concentrated on Adolf Hitler. This remarkable study probes instead the relationship between Hitler and his generals--men such as Rommel, Beck, and Model. And Hitler's Generals investigates the mystery of how a generation of able commanders came to be seduced step-by-step by Hitler's false patriotism and cunning manipulation. 26 black-and-white photographs; 15 maps.

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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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