Hitler's Greatest Defeat

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Hitler's Greatest Defeat

Paperback by Paul Adair

Hitler's Greatest Defeat

Paperback by Paul Adair

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Hitler's Greatest Defeat

Ever wondered how the Nazis lost the war? 

1944 was a year of trial for the German Army. While the Allies were preparing to invade the Third Reich from the west, Stalin was set on a massive offensive to liberate the last remaining areas of Soviet territory still held by the Germans. Hitler was determined to hold fast. His muddled strategic thinking nullified the undoubted operational ability of his generals, and disaster was the inevitable result.

This book is a gripping analysis of the Soviet campaign to capture Byelorussia, the German attempts to counter it, and the final, terrible collapse of Army Group Centre, inflicting even greater losses on the Germans than their earlier defeat at Stalingrad. It was a catastrophe of unbelievable proportions: 28 of 34 divisions, over 300,000 men, were lost. Hitler's war effort was doomed and broken.

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• ISBN:  9781804361542
• Author:  Paul Adair
• Publisher:  Canelo
• Format:  Paperback
• Pages:  288
• Dimensions:  13 x 19.8 x 2.1 cm

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Hitler's Greatest Defeat

Ever wondered how the Nazis lost the war? 

1944 was a year of trial for the German Army. While the Allies were preparing to invade the Third Reich from the west, Stalin was set on a massive offensive to liberate the last remaining areas of Soviet territory still held by the Germans. Hitler was determined to hold fast. His muddled strategic thinking nullified the undoubted operational ability of his generals, and disaster was the inevitable result.

This book is a gripping analysis of the Soviet campaign to capture Byelorussia, the German attempts to counter it, and the final, terrible collapse of Army Group Centre, inflicting even greater losses on the Germans than their earlier defeat at Stalingrad. It was a catastrophe of unbelievable proportions: 28 of 34 divisions, over 300,000 men, were lost. Hitler's war effort was doomed and broken.

 Product Information: 
• ISBN:  9781804361542
• Author:  Paul Adair
• Publisher:  Canelo
• Format:  Paperback
• Pages:  288
• Dimensions:  13 x 19.8 x 2.1 cm

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