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German Army Generals Explain War
German Generals Explain War
Secrets of WW2 German Officer Selection Success
© 2009
159 pages; 14 chapters and 1 appendix
German Generals Explain War is an interesting e-book that provides the war
reader with a direct insight into what t
wo German generals thought about
various aspects of their
experience on the Eastern Front. One German
Army general
is a daring and innovative combat commander. The other is one
of the few General Staff officers that remained loyal to his nation and gave
Germany his best.
German Generals Explain War also explains how those two
German generals
worked together in combat. The German Army generals
answer a number of questions put to them by American military officials, a
number of whom obviously have only a superficial knowledge of World War II
and the military arts.
German Generals Explain War provides insight into not
only German warfighting expertise and experiences during the Stalingrad
Campaign and other major operations, but also provides an interesting contrast
as it describes
how German generals and American generals bring
opposite solutions to the same problem.
Review Table of Contents
“General Schmidt, 6th Army Chief of Staff, was sure that... the opponent could be broken in open fight, and has
presented General Paulus orders which he developed together with the chief of the operations section. The order were
reduced to the following:
The 24th Panzer Corps that includes the two panzer regiments of the 16th and 24th Panzer Divisions will force march to
the Don River and from the height to the west Golubinskaja will launch a flank attack on forces of the Red Army
advancing south and destroy them. The headquarters of the 24th Panzer Corps passes to command of the 6th Army in
Golubinskaja. The 14th Panzer Division will be subordinated to the 24th Panzer Corps. Actions of assault groups in the
city of Stalingrad are immediately to stop. All nonengaged elements are removed from the 8th and 51st Army Corps, and
from them new reserve of 6th Army will be created.
The bridgehead on the west bank of the Don River, to the west of the Kalach, is to be held under command of Colonel
Mikosh. He will use all of the troops from the military - engineering school and anti-aircraft school, reinforced by all
subdivisions of the rear services which it is possible to do without. The officer school in Suvorovskaja is alerted for
possible combat commitment.”
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