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Reflections on the conduct of operations in the German Army

Willmann, Helmut Generalleutnant

Reflections on the conduct of operations in the German Army

the new approach

by Willmann, Helmut Generalleutnant

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Published by s.n.] in [Germany? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germany. Heer.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChief of Staff, Army.
    ContributionsGermany. Heer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA712 .W54 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination72 p. :
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6886077M
    LC Control Number00501159

      Faction: The German Army WWII In , Hitler, Fuhrer of Nazi Germany violated the Treaty of Versailles by rebuilding the German army’s strength by bringing in military . Could have been great stuff, as the Germans invented the concept of a staff as used by every modern military and most major corporations. But no. It is the German interpretation of international law as it pertains to military operations around the time of WWI. There is some British commentary, /5(2).

    The Dogma of the Battle of Annihilation: The Theories of Clausewitz and Schlieffen and Their Impact on the German Conduct of Two World Wars Issue 45 of Contributions in military studies: Author: Jehuda Lothar Wallach: Publisher: Greenwood Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Aug 8, ISBN: the first stage was the defensive stage which involved hiding, hit and run tactics, and survial. the second stage was equilibrium, which called for boldness and assuming the offensive when forces were in balance, the third stage was the counteroffensive, which called for full-scale military operations and conventional warfare to achieve the final defeat of the enemy.

    War Dept. Technical Manual TM-E Handbook on German Military Forces. The book was known by the nickname "Tante Frieda". A modified form is still in use today by the Federal German Army (Deutsches Heer). The approximate equivalent U.S. Army field manual was FM –5, now re-issued as FM 3–0, Operations (with later revisions) and available.


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