The Evolution of Blitzkrieg Tactics: Germany Defends Itself Against Poland, 1918-1933

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This study provides a tactical, strategic, and operational view of the interwar German army as a fighting organization. The book describes in detail the process by which the Reichswehr attempted the accomplishment of its principal task--that of defending Germany's borders, particularly those along the eastern frontier, from the end of the First World War until the formation of the Hitler cabinet in January 1933.

The Evolution of Blitzkrieg Tactics: Germany Defends Itself Against Poland, 1918-1933 1987, Praeger, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780313256318

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