Very one-sided, far from objective, superficial.
And the reader will surely understand why the German army was one of the best organized, well-trained and well-commanded military forces in the history of warfare.
The hardcover and paper cover editions are still available and lack the poor Arellano editing.
THis is a plagiarized edition by Gustavo Arellano and are still under copyright by Praeger. The hardcover and paper cover editions are still available and lack the poor Arellano... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Te Bada
This title by Goerlitz was considered a major work on the General Staff. You can find a full edition not poorly sliced up by Arellano's Panzerplagiarist one man company. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Germania
The book tells the history of Germany's march towards the two wars. Plans that were hatched nearly 100 years before. Read morePublished 20 months ago by David Hillel
Very one-sided, far from objective, superficial. The author simplifies many aspects, primarily the 1919-1945 period, when a large majority of the Reichswehr-educated generals not... Read morePublished 23 months ago by thomas
Im glad I finally got to read Goerlitz' history of the German general staff. It is great history of that daunted military edifice that all military historians still remain... Read morePublished on March 7, 2011 by Daniel Bennett