Hitler's Strategy

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Hitler's Strategy

By F. H. Hinsley
Cambridge University Press, 1951
254 pp. $3.75

A scholarly effort to reconstruct the formulation of the Führer's military strategy, largely on the evidence of the captured German naval archives--a procedure that may place undue emphasis on sea warfare and give a somewhat misleading impression of the manner in which strategic decisions were reached under Hitler.

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