The German Way of War: From the Thirty Years' War to the Third Reich
University Press of Kansas, 2005 - 428 trang
For Frederick the Great, the prescription for warfare was simple: kurz und vives (short and lively) - wars that relied upon swift, powerful, and decisive military operations. Robert Citino takes us on a dramatic march through Prussian and German military history to show how that primal theme played out time and time again. Citino focuses on operational warfare to demonstrate continuity in German military campaigns from the time of Elector Frederick Wilhelm and his great sleigh-drive against the Swedes to the age of Adolf Hitler and the blitzkrieg to the gates of Moscow. Along the way, he underscores the role played by the Prussian army in elevating a small, vulnerable state to the ranks of the European powers, describes how nineteenth-century victories over Austria and France made the German army the most respected in Europe, and reviews the lessons learned from the trenches of World War I.
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These included the roads leading from Bamberg to Dresden and Berlin, the
numerous river crossings he was likely to encounter (the Saale, Elster, Luppse,
Pleisse, Mulde, Spree, and especially the Elbe crossing at Wittenberg), as well as
Specifically, on October 3, the Army of Silesia slid northwest along the Elbe
toward its own right, slipping around Napoleon's left and crossing the Elbe at
Wartenburg against light opposition. Yorck's corps was in the van — he had been
Austria, Moltke tightened up his line a bit: both Elbe and 1st Armies carried out a
shift to their left, reducing the gap with 2nd Army from 270 miles to just 210.6'
Likewise, when Austrian deployment patterns became clearer, the Prussians ...
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Robert Citino's book is a very good compendium of the art of making war according to the Prussian-Germans, from the 17th century to the 20th. The common thread that links all the wars of the Prussian ... Đọc toàn bộ bài đánh giá
With enthusianism, I consider this splendid book as one of the greatest works about the military history! It comprises of many brilliant victories of the Germans in their glorious history, under the great soldiers Frederick the Great, Blucher, Moltke....! Highly regards! (2011)
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