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Panzer Leader General Heinz Guderian S Revolutionary Strategic Vision And His Skill In Ard Combat Brought Germany Its Initial Victories During World War II Combining Guderian S Land Offensive With Luftwaffe Attacks, The Nazi Blitzkrieg Decimated The Defenses Of Poland, Norway, France And, Very Nearly, Russia At The War S Outset But In 1941, When Guderian Advised That Ground Forces Should Take A Step Back, Hitler Dismissed Him In These Pages, The Outspoken General Shares His Candid Point Of View On What Would Have Led Germany To Victory, And What Ensured That It Didn T In Addition To Providing A Rare Inside Look At Key Members Of The Nazi Party, Guderian Reveals In Detail How He Developed The Panzer Tank Forces And Orchestrated Their Various Campaigns, From The Breakthrough At Sedan To His Drive To The Channel Coast That Virtually Decided The Battle Of France Panzer Leader Became A Bestseller Within One Year Of Its Original Publication In 1952 And Has Since Been Recognized As A Classic Account Of The Greatest Conflict Of Our Time.


10 thoughts on “Panzer Leader

  1. says:

    Fluid writer kudos to the translator.According to Guderian, every decision he made led to a brilliant breakout any other order especially Hitler s stayed his Panzers, likely at the cost of winning the war Though at one point, he wonders jus


  2. says:

    Brilliant memoir of some of World War II s greatest battles written by the one German general who was never intimidated by Adolph Hitler.One of the things that surprised me when I read this book was that General Guderian had a very dry sense of humor


  3. says:

    Heinz Guderian s Panzer Leader provides an inside story of the development of the German ard forces before World War II and the operation of those forces during that war Guderian was one of the major figures helping to develop the Panzer doctrine of quick stri


  4. says:

    Battlefield and politics should never mix, and nowhere is that clearer than in Panzer leader Charting the developments of Germany s Panzer forces during the 1920s 1930s, Panzer Leader provides valuable insights into the challenges Guderian faced within his own service b


  5. says:

    I finally found time to finish this, although I have gone back to reread various sections that are of especial interest What I wrote below remains true however, I am struck by the relationships among senior military and civilian leadership and insight this provides into the perio


  6. says:

    I ve read through most of the book and am nearing it s end, but I can t seem to get past the part where the author is constantly at odds with his leader, Hitler I guess the frustration of Guderian, expressed throughout the book, just builds up to the point where it becomes hard to move for


  7. says:

    Well written memoirs of one of the most famous and talented panzer generals ever existed, Mr Heinz Guderian Being active during the Anschluss and the wars in Poland, France and Soviet Union, he describes in detail the blitz progress of the German Army But next to that, he also discusses technical fe


  8. says:

    I grabbed this book out of a group of my Dad s books I was surprised that the author was the architect of Germany s ard warfare capability during WW2 think Blitzkrieg He learned lessons from WW1 and applied innovations even while Germany was banned from owning tanks workaround develop techniques with wooden m


  9. says:

    Heavy duty tactical stuff Guderian was a military theorist and innovative General of the German Army during the Second World War Germany s panzer forces were raised and fought according to his works, best known among them Achtung Panzer As some have already pointed out, this is not a cowboy action book like a D Day or


  10. says:

    Well written autobiography of General Heinz Guderian, particularly from the development of the Panzer tank forces prior to WWII, their use in Poland, France and Russia, and the subsequent defeat of those forces at the end of the war This book traces Guderian s rise from commanding a wireless station at the outbreak of WWI to Chi


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