The Third Reich At War

The Third Reich At War In January Adolf Hitler leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party the Nazis was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany No sooner was he installed than the Fuhrer began ruthlessly transfo

  • Title: The Third Reich At War
  • Author: Michael Veranov
  • ISBN: 9781841198613
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • In January 1933, Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party the Nazis was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany No sooner was he installed than the Fuhrer began ruthlessly transforming the fragile democratic republic, founded only fifteen years earlier, into a brutal dictatorship a new German empire, one that he claimed would last for a thousaIn January 1933, Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party the Nazis was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany No sooner was he installed than the Fuhrer began ruthlessly transforming the fragile democratic republic, founded only fifteen years earlier, into a brutal dictatorship a new German empire, one that he claimed would last for a thousand years In fact, it ended a little over twelve years later in May 1945, with total military defeat, economic and political collapse, and Hitler s suicide.The Third Reich at War is the riveting story of those twelve years twelve agonizing years for the entire world The book begins with a perceptive examination of the Third Reich s tortured roots in modern European history and a forceful narrative of Adolf Hitler s irresistible rise to power in mid 1930s Germany Successive chapters detail the ferocity of Hitler s massive war machine that ultimately came to dominate an area extending from the Arctic Circle to North Africa, and from the Pyrenees to the Caucasus.Included are detailed accounts with maps of all the major land, air, and sea battle and campaigns, descriptions of Nazi weaponry and fighting tactics, fascinating profiles of Hitler s generals and henchmen, the history of Hitler s horrifying final solution in the death camps, and much From the rise of the Nazi military machine to its utter destruction, this is possibly the most complete account available in one volume Contributions by numerous well known historians make this all in one compendium thoroughly authoritative, while the many eyewitness accounts add haunting realism.Massive in scope and exhaustive in content, The Third Reich at War is for everyone who wants to know the full story of those twelve years that shook the world.

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    1. well the author covered a huge amount of territory. From a short history of the first and second Reich, to the rise of Hitler and the preparation of his war machine, through each campaign and finally the collapse and aftermath.His writing is concise, factual but doesn't long enough the develop the personalities behind the names. Its easy to imagine that a whole book could be written on Rommel, Himmler or Goering let alone the myriad of other Nazi figures and their opponents.I like to think of th [...]

    2. 618 pages of man's inhumanity to man. A prodigious tome of the first two Reichs and culminating in a meticulous rendition of the Nazi real estate expansion and population limiting run from the mid-30s LMFAO era to the mid-40s WTF work stoppage and reconstruction requirement. Planners, players and prosecutors are featured with insights into their psyches, substances and seizures.

    3. This book was full of information, but there were multiple typographical errors throughout the book and sometimes a few inacurracies. But I would recommend it to people interested in WWII.

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