The German Army and the Nazi Party 1933-1939
Corgi Books | 1968 | ISBN: 0552079103 | English | 404 pages | PDF | 40 MB
The mystery of how a former Bohemian Corporal, Adolf Hitler, was able to influence the highly professional and non-political Imperial German Army has never before been properly investigated. Now in this fascinating book, the process by which Hitler and his infamous Party Chiefs, untrammelled by any inconvenient ode of honour, were able to indoctrinate their professionalism and patriotism and build up the mighty war machine that was to wreak such havoc in the coming years, is explained. Within the text are many illustrations, some of them never before published.
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