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Frontline Books is a military history imprint of Pen & Sword Books.
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The text has translated well and provides a flowing and readable account by one of Germany's most respected Admirals. There is also a very useful introduction by Marcus Falkner and Andrew Lambert. This is a natural addition to any library of WWI, or naval, history. It is a very valuable insight into how German militarism has, and continues to have a significant affect on Europe.Firetrench
Hitler's Commanders: German Action in the Field 1939-45 is an easy to read, well-written book furthering one's historical knowledge of the personal lives and exploits of fourteen pivotal commanders within the Nazi war machine throughout many battle fronts. James Lucas has used his expertise to put down in text these attention-grabbing and detail-orientated stories of these fourteen men collected in this book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in World War II history, specifically German military history and its commanders.MSC Reviews