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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