The Great Offensive

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The Great Offensive

By Maurice Hindus
Gollancz, 1933
286 pp. $5.00

The author's high reputation for military analysis and prophecy rests primarily on his appraisal of the struggle between Germany and the Soviet Union. His discussion of the Russian campaign occupies the bulk of this first-rate book and will be found to be the most interesting part, for in his discussion of other theaters of war he reveals a tendency to underrate the importance of sea and air power.

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