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German Army Operational Art on Eastern Front in World War II
Daring Thrust; Deep Battle
German Army Strategic & Operational Art
© 2011
244 pages; 10 chapters and 11 appendices
Most books about the war on the Eastern Front in World War II between the Germans
and the Soviets are written as narratives. The authors of such material simply
regurgitate selected well-known “facts” describing some of what happened when, at
certain locations.
Daring Thrust; Deep Battle rejects the mediocre time-line approach
in favor of the dagger thrust simplicity of expert clarification. This e-book takes the
reader inside the minds of the competing German and Soviet generals. Readers are
surprised to learn that
German Army maneuver warfare for example, especially
strategic and operational art, only occurred part of the time on the Eastern Front.
Certain long-held secrets are dramatically revealed in
Daring Thrust, Deep Battle.
The reader will learn that the
German Army launched a pre-emptive invasion of the
USSR in order to foil Soviet plans to invade and enslave Europe, which were drawn up
in 1940, and placed into execution in 1941. The reader will be transported through time
and stand in the war rooms of the German Reich as the facts are totaled up and
conclusions are drawn by the
German Army General Staff. At the time, German Army
operational art
seemed unstoppable.
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”In the mid-1990s, a Soviet propaganda magazine published, for distribution to extreme liberals residing in the United
States, a photo story on
Myasnoi Bor Battlefield as it is now. What did they report in pictures and terse, propaganda
prose? With photographs and words the Soviet propagandists described the endless open plains and forests of
in 1995, white with bones and piles of bones. The arrogant authors of the communist propaganda piece told about
the miles of unburied corpses who have lain where they died for over fifty years.
For over fifty years those Red Army cadavers, lying in their hundreds of thousands on abandoned
Eastern Front World
War Two
battlefields, have been ignored by the monstrous police state that committed them to death! The reds were
simply too insensitive to realize just how damning the evidence of their own lack of humanity is so brutally exemplified by
the existence of those boneyards! As of December 2002, very little facts about those Soviet boneyards have made their
way into the American-controlled worldwide media or internet web."
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Finally, the reader will punch his way out of history’s paper bag of fragmented illusions, and engage historical lies about the
Eastern Front in the close combat of deception annihilation. The facts substantiating sensational truths will be thus revealed.
For example, few people realize that several huge Red Army groups were advancing on Europe when Germany launched an
improvised, pre-emptive strike in June of 1941, and also about the infamous Soviet boneyards at Myasnoi Bor, which were still
there in the 1990s. The reader will also learn how traitors within the German military colluded with the Soviet high command to
kill large numbers of
German Army units in a vast cauldron, which they called the Barbarossa Trap. The differences
between the way Stalin and Hitler controlled their army generals, and the convergent styles of
strategic and operational art
practiced by both STAVKA and the
German Army General Staff’s version of warfighting, will be mysterious no more.
Some of the enduring sixty year long
deceptions of World War II will no longer be allowed to mask the facts about what
really happened in the realm of high level Junker traitors and communist agents of influence. The reader will be shocked to
learn that given the level of communist subversion within Germany, the
German Army’s only hope was that its
operational art
would be superior to that of the Red Army.
German Army Operational Art on Eastern Front in World War II